Exceptional Pet Care Services
Daily Dog Walking
Our daily dog walking is the perfect option when you are away from home all day.
Our cuddly cat care is the perfect service for those fluffy felines who deserves the absolute best pampering!
Overnight Pet Sitting
Our overnight care is the ideal solution for those furry family members that need a little extra TLC.
Professional Pet Sitting
Pet Sitting by
Damiane de Wit-Guzman
Located in Dallas, TX, Exceptional Pet and House Sitting is owned and operated by Damiane de Wit-Guzman.
Damiane is committed to providing exceptional care to your furry family. She is certified in Pet First Aid and CPR and has 10 years of experience in veterinary pet care.
In addition to providing first rate pet care, Damiane has a goal to respect your privacy and your home.
Pet Sitting Services
Exceptional Pet and House Sitting offers a wide range of pet and house care services, including:
- Pet Sits Daily visits to your cherished pets.
- Dog Walks Come home to a more relaxed dog.
- Overnight Pet Care Ultimate care and comfort.
- House Sitting Relax knowing your home is safe.
Why Use A Pet Sitter?
- Your pets can stay in the comfort of their own home, where they feel safe and secure.
- Your home will be watched while you are away.
- Your pets will receive personal attention and exercise.
- You will not have to impose on friends or neighbors.
- Your pets can stay on their regular diet and routine.
- If your pets require medication, you can be sure they never miss a dose.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes we are insured and bonded.
Call, text or email us. We are always happy to answer your questions.
Phone Number: (469) 222-3381
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We gladly accept credit cards, cash or checks.
Yes I am certified in pet first aid.
Recent Blog Posts
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