Welcome to The Pet Au Pair
Professional Pet Sitting in Stoughton, WI and surrounding areas
The Pet Au Pair is there when you can't be.
The Pet Au Pair
provides professional pet care on the occasions when you can't be home.
Personalized to meet your pets' needs, we care for your pets at home while your
busy family is at work, school, and play.
At The Pet Au Pair, our knowledgeable team of pet
caregivers, veterinary technicians, and experienced animal lovers offers
reliable pet care services in Stoughton, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas.
Our professional pet sitting and dog walking services ensure the comfort,
safety, and happiness of your pet while you are away.
Our pet services include daily dog walks, vacation
pet sitting, and pet taxi and transportation. In the comfort of your own home,
we care for your pets, including feeding, walking, and exercising,
administering medications and injections, and we provide home-care services,
such as watering plants, cleaning pet messes, taking out the trash, and picking
up mail. Need more? Just ask!
We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and
your pets to determine the type of pet care services you need. For more
information or to schedule your free pet care consultation, call The Pet Au
We Play, Snuggle, and Sleep!
Vacation Pet Sitting
Pilling, Injections, Subcu Fluids
Pet Taxi & Supply Delivery... and more!
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Friday, May 17, 2013, 3:30PM by Cindy
Bark, Bark! Dog Park! Dog Park! Dog Park! Bark, Bark!
That's what your dogs will say when they find out that Dane County has opened Capital Springs Dog Exercise Area at 3398 Lake Farm Road.
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Friday, May 17, 2013, 10:19AM by Cindy under Health & Safety
Virbac has voluntarily recalled the following lots of IVERHART PLUS due to potency/stability issues (not toxicity).
Lot 120076 (Large 51-100 pounds)
Lot 120086 (Large 51-100 pounds)
Lot 120856 (Large 51-100 pounds)
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Saturday, April 27, 2013, 7:51PM by Cindy under Health & Safety
Summer heat is just around the corner. Heat illness in pets and their humans occurs most frequently at the beginning of the summer season before there has been a chance to acclimate. It's not unusual... Read More »