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Best Pet Sitters in Durham – Kelsey

Best Pet Sitters in Durham – Kelsey

I’m sure you already know Kelsey. Best dressed at the Christmas party. If there were such a thing as snuggle school, she’d have 7 PhD’s: 4 in dog, 2 in cat, 1 in assorted creatures. She’s got super intuition and skillz with the nicknames. Never met a plate of nachos she didn’t like and loves a good joke. AKA: Sparkleface. My enthusiasm knows no poker face. I’m in charge of: Wooing all my new furry friends with walks and pets Since: May 2014 Sign: Aries. We’re good, clean fun. Breed: Mastiff. Never in a hurry. Don’t know my own strength.

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The Best Pet Sitters In Durham – Shanna

The Best Pet Sitters In Durham – Shanna

Shanna Sylvester has almost a decade of service at the Durham APS, our local animal shelter. Skilled in leash manners, canine communication and all things dog, she’s got mad cat skillz too. A champion of the perfect pet name, Shanna injects fun into whatever she does. Loves pocketbooks. AKA: Banana. I’m in Charge of: Keeping my four legged friends happy and finding sunshine on rainy days!. Since: 2014 Sign: Sagittarius Breed: A good ol’ fashioned mutt! My Furry Family: 3 Chihuahuas (Treadwell, Rosie and Macaroni), 2 Pibbles (Tank and Red), and 1 Cat (Floyd)… and a Partridge in a Pear

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The Best Pet sitters in Durham – Renee

The Best Pet sitters in Durham – Renee

Renee Dubois owns magical dogs with springs in their feet so she knows how to handle the handfuls. As our most senior sitter, Renee has seen BCPS through many changes. When we have something we need organized or a schedule we just can’t quite work out, we call Renee.  Her attention to detail is such an asset to the BCPS infrastructure. Loves to brew beer. AKA: Ha! As if I’d share my aliases publicly. I’m in charge of: walking, spoiling and loving dogs. And sometimes cats. Minus the walking. Since: March 2012 Sign: Taurus Breed: Lab mix, I have tons

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Alice Chickenwing has had it with winter and so have we.

Alice Chickenwing has had it with winter and so have we.

We know we are Durham’s pet sitting superheros but every superhero has a nemesis. Ours is Old Man Winter and he is particularly wicked this year. It looks like he has decided to send even more snowy weather to The Triangle. Ugh. We thought you might be wondering how your pet sitter manages pet sitting and dog walking service during winter weather events. Our credo in times of inclement weather is “Safety First” across the board. We will do everything within our means to keep your pet safe. The same goes for pet sitting and dog walking during inclement weather.

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The Best Pet Sitters In Durham – Kristin

The Best Pet Sitters In Durham – Kristin

Kristin Dewan loves the shy dogs and she has a knack for bringing them out of their shell.  Previously a Vet Tech for 7 years, she also has experience with puppy training. She is the downtown super pet sitting ninja and can spot a chicken bone from 10 feet away. Hard working and sensitive, her bonds with clients run deep. Loves chocolate. AKA: I’ll admit it. It’s KiKi I’m in charge of: facilitating tail wags Since: August 2012 Sign: Scorpio Breed: Shelter mutt My Furry Family: Sandler, Aussie mix who lives for a tennis ball; Rafter, orange tabby who grinds

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Booger’s Midnight Snack: A Cautionary Tale

Booger’s Midnight Snack: A Cautionary Tale

This is Booger. Like most dogs, Booger loves snacks. And snacks that come from take-out containers are always the best snacks, especially when those snacks are chicken bones. Booger did what any dog would do. He ate those bones. Yep. With hardly any teeth in his mouth. Because you don’t pass up chicken bones when you come across them. It’s part of the dog code. The problem with chicken bones is that, when cooked, they are very brittle and there is a risk of getting a splinter of bone stuck in the dog’s mouth, throat or intestine. The real risk is

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A Modest Beginning: 2 Ladies, 1 Big Dream and an Assortment of Leashes and Poop Bags

A Modest Beginning: 2 Ladies, 1 Big Dream and an Assortment of Leashes and Poop Bags

We would be hard pressed to recall everything we have done to bring BCPS to where it is today: a thriving, successful business with a whole lot of heart. There was a ton of sweat- we’re busiest during the hottest months after all. A bit of blood- remember most of our clients have pointy teeth. Tears? Sure. We sacrificed so much. But there was absolutely some Durham magic. You locals know what we’re talking about, right? That amazing, continuous wave of support this awesome community doles out to its own. The love it shows to its people.  Sometimes we would

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