Furry Legs of Love, Inc. is one of the first pet sitting companies that specializes in the care of pets with medical and behavioral concerns. They select pet sitters tailored specifically to the needs of you and your pets and are veterinary technicians that are knowledgeable about most medical conditions. Due to their training and background, they can administer medical treatments at home that you would receive at your veterinarian’s office or animal hospital per a veterinarian’s instructions and have experience in emergency and specialty nursing care.

Unlike most sitters, the staff at Furry Legs of Love are experienced and qualified to care for pets with fur, scales, or feathers- whether small and large. They stand by one motto, “We care for your pets as we would our own. You can rest assured that your furry babies will be receiving the love, compassion and specialized care needed in the comfort of their own home. It is very important to find the perfect pet sitter: not only do they care for your home but they care for your furry, scaled, feathered, and hooved family members. Furry Legs of Love can provide a multitude of benefits for you and your furry family member including:

  • Care by veterinary technicians and assistants experienced in all levels of veterinary care including emergency and specialty practice.
  • Individualized one-on-one care.
  • Staying in the comfort of their own home while we continue the routine you have in place for them.
  • Being at home to greet you when you return from your vacation, a work day, or just a night out on the town.
  • Minimization of your pet’s exposure to stress, anxiety, illness, and injury.
  • Licensed and bonded pet sitters to give you added comfort while you are away.

Furry Legs of Love is owned and operated by Stephanie Velez (Registered Veterinary Technician, certified Pet Loss Provider, Pet Loss and Grief Companioning Certified, and Massage and Laser Certified). Stephanie started volunteering at a local veterinary hospital at the age of fourteen and was hired a few weeks later as a kennel attendant. She started college with the intention of becoming a Veterinarian, but decided to go into Veterinary Nursing because of the hands-on care she provides to clients and their furry family members: always making it her mission to send a client home happy, informed and educated on their pet’s condition.


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