This was our fifth year doing the calendar cover photo contest and it was the best year yet! We had some fantastic entries and a tremendous amount of votes!
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How is it possible that this is our FIFTH annual contest? It’s hard to believe we’ve been doing a calendar for five years now. It’s definitely a labor of love to compile all the photos and create the calendar, but it’s worth it. We get so many compliments every year.
This year’s calendar cover photo contest was a nail biter! The competition and voting were fierce! There were some incredibly good photos submitted.
We had a total of 189 entries that were shared 818 times and the contest was viewed a whopping 28,158 times! Continue reading
It seems almost impossible to me that it’s already time for our FOURTH annual calendar cover photo contest! I think this summer went by faster than last year, did it not? Continue reading
I’m beyond thrilled to announce that Purrfect Pet Sitting has won the 2015 coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award! This award reflects an exemplary year of service provided to pet parents in 2015. Continue reading
Could someone PLEASE explain to me where the summer went? I can’t even believe it’s time for our third annual calendar cover photo contest already! Continue reading
August 4, 2015 marks our FIFTEENTH year in business! Wow, did that go by fast or what? I’m happy to say we are still pet sitting for many of the clients we signed up when we first opened. We’ve seen so many pets come and go in fifteen years. It’s heartbreaking to have to say goodbye to some of our longtime friends as they get older and cross over the Rainbow Bridge. We’ve also seen many other pet sitting services come and go, but we are still going strong! Continue reading
Amy Adams spent the last twenty years in the field of physical therapy assisting humans. In 2014 she wanted to reconnect with animal healing and became a Usui Reiki master specializing in animal Reiki. She found that her medical background was a huge asset in truly focusing the energy when an animal is ill. Continue reading