Let’s be honest, there is not much of a difference between a Ford and a Mercedes. Both are cars, have the same mechanical parts, need regular maintenance and will get you from point A to point B. Yet, when you think of a Mercedes you automatically think of luxury and value. They design their cars to provide you with a high quality, luxury experience.
That is what Menlys Pet Care does. The truth is, all pet sitting companies essentially do the same thing. We all come to you to take care of your pets and your home while you are out of town or at work. We feed your pets, give them exercise, scoop liter boxes, rotate lights and blinds and take care of your mail and trash etc. But that does not mean that all pet sitting companies are created EQUAL.
How do we provide you with a Mercedes experience?
1: We use a state of the art online scheduling system. Each client has their own profile where they can manage the care instructions for their home and pets and schedule their pet sitting visits.
2: We do not charge by time. Our visits are not structured so that your pet sitter is looking at the clock constantly to be sure they stay for only the contracted amount of time. We provide flat rate, full service, quality guaranteed visits.
3: We interact with our clients. We don’t want to just hear from our clients when they need service from us, we want to interact with them on a regular basis! We use Facebook and our blog to keep clients up to date on recalls, pet news and create a constant conversation that everyone can participate in.
4: We use employees, NOT Independent Contractors. By law, independent contractors cannot be trained by the company they contract with. They are only to be given their assignments and it is up to the IC to decide how they do the work. Our employees have been personally trained by the owner to ensure that every member of the Menlys Pet Care team adheres to the same standards of quality that the company stands for.
There are many pet sitting companies out there to chose from but wouldn’t you rather drive the Mercedes over the Ford if you had the opportunity?