Annie Labrie

Excellent and Thoroughly Experienced Pet Caretaker Available Today

Pet Sitter in Saint Paul

Hi! I'm Annie. I'm a senior at Hamline University where I study sociology and gender, and spend my spare time cuddling my cat in an attempt to escape the emotional/physical stress that is college. I'm here because I'm looking to pick up extra side jobs to make some money before I graduate into years of student loan debt :) As the daughter of a veterinarian, animals have always been an essential part of all aspects of my life. Of course I grew up surrounded by my family's pets, including chinchillas, rabbits, rats, cats, birds, horses, chickens (do chickens count as pets?), dogs, a donkey... you get the idea. It was never overcrowded, overwhelming, or dirty. Just full, both the house, and our hearts. I also spent my childhood raising rescued animals of all sorts who'd been taken to my mom to nurture to health before being released. In high school I worked at her animal hospital where I tended to boarding pets (feeding, walking, administering medicine, hugging, etc.), cleaned, and whatever else was needed at the clinic. Because of my unique upbringing, I've developed a tremendously deep passion for the livelihood of animals; a history that has given me a true understanding of the importance of a reliable and loving caregiver for your pet. I'm available all day every day of the week except between 8 and 11 AM Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and 5 to 10 PM Wednesdays because of classes. I'm willing to work overnights and take last-minute calls. Kind Regards, Annie

Pet Sitter Details

Email Address Confirmed
Phone Number 616-212-... Confirmed
Zip Code 55104
Years of Experience 11
Provider Type Individuals
Experience Dogs
Small Mammals
Farm Animals
Exotic Pets
Services Dog Walking
Pet Feeding
Pet Sitting
Pet Grooming
Overnight Care
Hourly Rate $15.00
House Calls Yes


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