Amy Elliot-Meisel Animal Care & Pet Sitting

Animal Lover and Animal Rescue Advocate Amy Elliot-Meisel is currently offering pet sitting for cats and dogs. Amy regularly provides foster homes for dogs and cats at her local animal shelters. 

Amy Elliot-Meisel is a proud pet lover.  She’ll be the first to tell you that she loves all animals.  But if you ask anyone who knows her, they’ll tell you just the same.  She is proud to say that as much as she loves animals, they love her too!  She has never met a pet who wouldn’t warm up to her.  She believes that animals can naturally sense that she is safe, caring and loving.  Amy currently volunteers at her own local animal shelter and fosters both cats and dogs in need of temporary homes.  She joins the Bartering Exchange Network in hopes of being able to provide more families with her pet sitting services.

Product Description

Pet Sitting: Dogs and Cats

Are you planning to go away for a family vacation or other trip away from home?  If you are unable to take your dog or cat with you on your next adventure: that’s okay!  Amy Elliot-Meisel is here to pet sit your dog or cat while you are away!  She is a fantastic companion to all animals and a wonderful alternative to the average kennel.  Amy will be able to spend quality one-on-one time with your pet while ensuring that all of his/her basic needs are met and satisfied.  If your pet has any specific health concerns, including allergies or a specialized diet to follow, know that you are in good hands with Amy!  She has previously cared for senior animals with health ailments that required supervision and specialized care.  For this barter, she will pet sit your furry friend for a maximum of 1 week (7 days).

Bonus: Dog Training

Amy Elliot-Meisel is also available for weekend pet sitting with training!  For this barter, the pet foster and animal rescue advocate will watch your dog for a weekend (two days).  She will make sure that training is the focus of your pet’s stay and introduce your dog to a basic command, like “sit” or “stay.”  For more extensive training, Amy suggests regular visits so that your pet can become better acquainted with the commands you wish to teach him/her.