Wagz 'n Whiskerz Pet Sitting


We get it - pets are family.



Your pet is our top priority.



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Pet Sitting Services

• Dog Walking
• Pet Sitting
• Pet Taxi
• Home Care
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Client Testimonials
Thank you SO much Pat! We are almost home! We really appreciate the fact that you took your valuable time to personally care for Phoebe. You made our trip worry...   Read More »
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Referral Program

The greatest compliments we receive are referrals from our loyal clients. Now it pays to tell your family, friends and neighbors about your experience with Wagz ‘n Whiskerz Pet Sitting.

Simply tell someone about our excellent service. If they book pet sitting services from Wagz ‘n Whiskerz, you get 10 bucks – cash, moola, bread, greenbacks!*

We appreciate our clients and their business.

*We serve Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson & Mooresville so we can only provide service in those areas. Referral must mention your name at time of booking. No limit on how many times you can earn a referral award

Latest Blog Entries

Bark in the Park 2017

Friday, February 17, 2017, 9:37AM by Pat Blaney under Pet Events
Bark in the Park 2017

HUNTERSVILLE, NC:  The 2017 Bark in the Park Top Dog Festival presented by Purina and Harris Teeter will be held at Historic Rural Hill on Saturday, April 29 from 10am to 4pm.  The annual festival from...  Read More »


Halloween Safety for Dogs and Cats

Thursday, October 27, 2016, 3:37PM by Beth Crosby under Pet Safety
Halloween Safety for Dogs and Cats

Many of us enjoy Halloween, whether we are kids yelling, "Trick or Treat” for candy or adults dressing up. While we are planning the festivities, we must look out for the safety of our pets,...  Read More »


Why Is My Cat Losing Her Claws?

Thursday, August 25, 2016, 5:50PM by Beth Crosby under Cat claws
Why Is My Cat Losing Her Claws?

Have you ever found what looks like your cat's claw in the carpet or scratching post? Don't worry, this is normal and healthy. Cats lose the outer sheath of their claws and reveal a sharper...  Read More »