Sue’s Critter Care
Pet sitter, Small-Dog Daycare and Boarding
Rancho Bernardo 92128
Pet sitting, dog walking, in-home dog daycare
Sue’s Critter Care and Sue’s Critter Camp is a fully insured and licensed professional pet sitting company. She offer’s small dog daycare and boarding in her home. Sue also provides daily walks or visits for dogs and daily visits for cats, and other small animals.
Located in Rancho Bernardo, her service area covers Rancho Bernardo, Poway, and 4S Ranch located in San Diego North County inland.
Sue Schutz has been a certified professional pet sitter since 2008 and has a lifetime of experience as a pet owner. As a mother of two, a menagerie of pets have lived in her home over the years, including dogs, hermit crabs, cats, birds, and hamsters. Currently, she has three cats, a Golden-Doodle, a miniature poodle and daily sits that she loves as if they truly were her own. Some of these daily visits have been ongoing for over 7 years.
About Sue’s Critter Care
Sue offers dependable, honest, and trustworthy pet care. Sue says: “My job is my livelihood and I take it very seriously by maintaining a professional image with high standards of service and expertise.” Not only does she have long list of references and strong ties to the local community, but stands proudly by her services and does not contract out visits or hire helpers. Sue's Critter Care, is independently owned and operated by herself, so you can be sure you are getting a personal experience that will meet your needs with the greatest care and commitment to your pets health, happiness, and security.
“All my clients say I have animal magnetism. Pets just love me and I love them. I think of them as preschoolers in fuzzy suits and believe that if it wasn’t for the kindness and ability of mankind to love unconditionally, pets wouldn’t exist. We need them, they need us, and because we choose to be their keepers, we are responsible for their health, happiness, and security.”
There is no excuse for cruelty or negligence, but sometimes we need a little help balancing the commitment we have made as pet owners with the responsibilities of daily life.
“Folks will know how large your soul is, by the way you treat a dog!”
– Charles F. Doran