Welcome to Waggin Tails Pet Sitting Service

Feel confident that no pet will go unloved.
They are part of our family too!

Jami Graves has been the owner of Waggin Tails Pet Sitting Services for 14 years.

As mentioned in Carmel Magazine, I was a stay at home mom looking for additional gratification in my life. My adoration for animals is so great I decided a pet sitting business would fit my needs and let me continue to stay home with my three daughters. We currently have a six year old White Labrador named Wilson.

Waggin Tails is insured and will share references upon request.





We are offering a new service- Pet Waste Removal

"Let us scoop the poop so you don't have to!"

Now offering personalized GIFT CARDS



Important Health and Safety Information

Animal Poison Control Hotline - 888-426-4435.

Visit my FB page for a list of poisonous plants and other interesting articles.

Families must decide what to do with their four-legged family members, and as we all know, kennels are an option. I used to kennel my dog. He loved it! But here are some things to think about before chosing your kennel. Kennel Cough is highly contagious and can frequently be aquired at a kennel. Kennel cough is an infectious bronchitis that sounds like a harsh, hacking cough and could turn into pneumonia. If a kennel is your only option, plan ahead! Take a tour of the facility. Is it clean? Do they require Bordetella and distemper vaccinations? Do they have 24 hour staff on site? Do they have webcams so you can check in on your pet? What time in the morning does staff arrive for feeding and potty? What time do they leave? Do your research so your beloved friend is comfortable and well cared for while you are away.

**Did you know your dog can contract the flu? Neither did I! It is a highly contagious strain of the influenza virus which can cause respiratory illness in dogs. Since it is relatively new, many dogs don't have any immunity to the virus and can therefore spread rapidly from one dog to another. Symptons include: coughing, sneezing or runny nose, fever and loss of appetite. Ask your vet about the canine flu shot today!


Have a blessed day!