My name is Tracey Slecton and I am certified by N.A.P.P.S. in the care of dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, fish, rodents, and reptiles including snakes. Certification acknowledges that I am a serious professional who has obtained a high level of expertise by completing a course of study in pet care, health, nutrition and behavior, as well as, business development and management, and a complete pet first aid course. I absolutely love my job and take it very seriously. I understand that you are trusting me with the care of a very important part of your family and your personal property.
I am committed to providing the finest professional pet and home care services available. I achieve this by always placing my clients and their pets as my highest priority. I am dedicated to being there for you and your pets in the most reliable, friendly, caring, professional and experienced manner. I strive to surpass your expectations of a professional pet care provider. I am fully insured and a member in good standing of The National Association of Professional Pet Sitters. I am committed to staying on the leading edge of the pet sitting industry practices. I subscribe to pet care periodicals, keep current on the latest pet care issues and pass relevant information, such as pet food recalls,on to my clients. I have experience as a veterinary assistant and kennel manager along with being a "Dog Mom" to Jack, a 12 year old Jack Russell terrier, and Lola, a 6 year old Italian Greyhound. I also volunteed at Angels for Animals shelter in the cat wing and medical department for 7 years.
My business is based on the belief that my clients' needs are of the utmost importance. I am committed to meeting those needs. I welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver the best service to you and your pets.
My Crazy Dogs: Maggie, Jack & Lola
I recently had to put down my beautiful Maggie. She was the light of my life for almost 16 years. I will miss her forever. She was my sweet "Magpie".
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."