Meet Annmarie Reynolds: Dublin Pet Sitter & Dog Walker
I live in Dublin and my spare time is spent with my 3 dogs and family and their pets…we love to explore the mountains and beaches with the kids and spend the evenings on the couch watching movies curled up with the dogs.
My greatest sense of achievement was my time spent visiting schools and community groups as an Education Officer for an animal welfare charity, helping children understand the wonderful gift that animals are to our society and that they should always be treated with love and respect.
Our animals give us so much fun and love and we owe them a duty of care to always try our best to give back, as good as we get from them. This is how I initially heard about Pet Sitters Ireland.
I had often stressed about my pets and their welfare when I was planning a holiday or simply going to work. I had family who helped out but they were doing me a favour and that creates tensions of its own and my pets were not their main focus or priority, which was not ideal for any of us.
I wanted my pets to have one to one care, with no distractions and regular visits I could depend on.
Someone that was simply there for my pets to make them feel relaxed, secure and happy and that would visit them in my home and give them their dinner and play with them when I wasn’t there.
Someone that wasn’t rushing to leave my pets as they had to get back to their busy lives.
Someone that was happy to spend time with my pets having fun with them and keeping them safe and well fed and watered in my absence. This is Pet Sitters Ireland and I was delighted to have the opportunity to join their team.
Pet Sitters Ireland finally gives Irish pet lovers the option to have their pets treated the way they would treat them themselves and all in the comfort of their own home.
Their pet is more relaxed in their own environment and following their normal routine and they avoid the stressful situation of being brought to a new location with unfamiliar scents and sounds and left there while their family drives away.
People can now simply leave their pets at home and have peace of mind when they head off to work or holidays or other events.
Areas Covered By Annmarie
Dublin 16: Ballinteer, Kilmashogue, Knocklyon, Rockbrook, Whitechurch
Dublin 14: Churchtown, Dundrum, Goatstown, Roebuck, Windy Arbour, Clonskeagh
Dublin 18: Cabinteely, Carrickmines, Foxrock, Kilternan, Sandyford, Ticknock, Ballyedmonduff, Stepaside, Leopardstown
Dublin 24: Firhouse, Jobstown, Kilnamanagh, Oldbawn, Tallaght
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