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Queen City’s Professional Service

Queen City Pet Sitting is a CERTIFIED Professional Pet Sitting Organization. We are LICENSED, BONDED, and INSURED, a member of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS), Pet Sitters International (PS), & The American Pet Cross.

According to the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters, pet ownership in the U.S. is steady on the rise. Approximately 63 percent of all American families house a pet of some type. A 2007-2008 National Pet Owner Survey concluded that the US pet population includes 90 million cats, 73 million dogs, 16 million hamsters, birds, fish and other animals. That is a lot of pets to sit and because pets tend to become very unhappy when taken out of their familiar surroundings, animal boarding and kennels are becoming second choice for most pet owners.

An innovative and safer alternative for 'pet parents' and their beloved pets is pet sitting. Today, professional pet sitters provide that love and care all pets deserve all in the comfort of their homes. Luckily, the service benefits both the pet and pet owner.

Taking advantage of a professional pet sitting service reduces the anxiety of leaving a pet behind. Queen City Pet Sitting not only takes care of your pets but to looks after your home as well.

Owned and operated by Stacey Fisher, a Charlotte resident, Queen City Pet Sitting is only one call away. Contact us today to meet one of our professional pet care sitters in your area.

Pet Sitting Service Areas

  • Charlotte
  • Matthews
  • Pineville
  • Huntersville
  • Ballantyne
  • Mt. Holly
  • Concord
  • Indian Trail
  • lake wylie

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As professional Charlotte petsitting experts, we strive to give you peace of mind while you are away from your beloved pet and home.

Our inexpensive in-home pet care service is filled with love and security.

With years of professional petsitting experience, Queen City Petsitting is here to steer you away from those crowded and unhealthy kennels and boarding services! We also offer Charlotte dog walking service catered to your busy schedule!

Our petsitters provide each pet with the tender love and care they need while you are away.

Spring & Summer Tips For Your Pet(s)

  • KEEP YOUR PET LEASHED: This will keep your pet from getting lost, fighting other animals, and eating and drinking things that could make her sick.
  • KEEP AN EASY ROUTINE FOR PETS WHO DON'T DO WELL IN THE HEAT: Elderly, very young, ill, and overweight animals have a hard time regulating their body temperature, so make sure they stay as cool as possible & are walked in shaded areas on warm spring & summer days. Dogs with snub noses, such as Pekingese, pugs, and bulldogs, have a hard time staying cool because they can't pant efficiently, so they also need to stay out of the heat as much as possible.
  • KEEP PETS INSIDE EXCEPT FOR WALKS & BACKYARD VISITS: Animals shouldn't be left outside unsupervised on long, hot days, even in the shade. Shade can move throughout the afternoon, and pets can become ill quickly if they overheat, so keep them inside as much as possible. If you must leave your pet in the backyard, make sure there is unlimited water accessible to them and always keep a close eye on your pet.
  • NEVER LEAVE YOUR PET IN THE CAR: Even if it may seem cool outside, the sun can raise the temperature inside your car to 120 degrees Fahrenheit in a matter of minutes, even with the windows rolled down.
  • DOUBLE UP ON WATER BOWLS: Make sure to keep several bowls filled up to the brim both inside & outside to ensure your pet is hydrated at all times.  For long walks - bring a along a portable bowl and water for your pet.
  • GROOMING: Ensure your pet is well-groomed. Long hair and hair mats may need to be clipped to help cool your pet.
  • ALLERGIES: Pets young and old can develop allergies at anytime. If you notice your pet sneezing, coughing or changes in behavior call your vet to schedule an appointment, they may need some allergy medication of their own.

Check This Out!

Free Rabies Shot Clinics for your Pets The second Saturday of every month. 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - Every pet there by 11:00 a.m. will receive a shot

Dogs must be leashed and cats in carriers.  Please bring ID with your current address or a utility bill that shows your current address.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Animal Care & Control

8315 Byrum Drive
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone:  704-336-7600 or 3-1-1

All dogs, cats and ferrets four months and older residing in Charlotte, Mint Hill, Pineville and the unincorporated areas of Mecklenburg County must be licensed annually.  A rabies vaccination is required to purchase a license.


The Scoop On Poop

An excert from John Davidson

But since poop doesn’t come with name tags, you never know just who the pooper was. Some angry neighbors start guessing.
One left a bag of poop on my front steps, marked “For the Davidsons.” Another woman essentially started stalking me when I walked my dogs, cellphone in hand to summon the authorities. I think she’s out there today, waiting. Full Story

  • Go Green for Pets

    The green scene has gone beyond gardens - it now includes litter boxes and doggie treats. Full Story

  • Did you know…

    Queen City Pet Sitting will also arrange trips to the vet, groomer or even the dog park while you are at work. Don’t want to spend your weekend cleaning up yard waste? Check out our services page for details on how you can save time and a complete list of our house chores and errand services.