My name is Elizabeth, and I purchased Caring Carrie's Pet Sitters from Ms. Marriott in April of 2006. My career began by assisting her with her pet sitting business. In the ensuing years, I have grown to know and love all the animal clients we have. Our clients are not just animals on the other side of the door, they are Fur Kids to us; with each dog, cat, or bird having its own unique personality, making pet sitting profoundly rewarding.
In January of 2015, we PROUDLY changed our name to encompass the actual TEAM of pet sitters that Caring Carrie's has morphed into. Our pet sitters are the best of the best and it is only through their dedication to our business, and their true love of animals that has allowed us to grow into a TEXAS sized Team of loving, caring, experienced pet sitters.
Most recently, I retired as the business owner and handed the company off to Libby, our Bookkeeper and Business Manager. I will still be around to give advice and help out when needed. However, I'm looking forward to having more time to do what I love doing most - loving animals!
Our animals are so appreciated and loved. We treat them like it is their home and we are lucky to be allowed to come in. Presently we are owned by two dogs. Dandee, who was a found dog warmed our hearts, and after unsuccessfully trying to locate his owner, took over one of our sofas in our home. Our other fur child Dolly, was also looking for a permanent home, and with Dandee by our side, we choose her to occupy the second sofa in our home. Our two Doxies had recently passed, so it seemed like it was meant to be, another gift from Above. They have bonded into the best sister and brother ever. Additionally, we often act as foster parents for several local Pet Rescues, so the actual number of four legged Fur Kids we have the pleasure to come home to each evening, varies. We have volunteered for Golden Beginnings Golden Retriever Rescue for the past 12 years, and recently have also had the pleasure to foster for a Doxie rescue group, All Texas Dachshund Rescue or ATDR.
Family wise, I am now a proud Grandmother to my precious Granddaughter who arrived in 2008 and two twin Grandsons adding to the joy in 2012.
Rest in Peace, our Sweet Elizabeth