Aimee Hetzel – Dog Walker & Pet Coach
Loving Your Pets and Home Care began in 2002. She was working at the University Pet Clinic as a veterinary tech. She has always had a deep love and respect for animals for as long as she can remember. She has known that her life’s work would be helping animals achieve the best life that they could possibly have. Some of the clients at the University Pet Clinic noticed this about her and started asking her to care for their pets while they were away. In fact, she received so much satisfaction from seeing how happy and comfortable the pets and their owners were from her care! So, she decided to become official with a business license, insurance and bonded. That was over 10 years ago.
She has loved working with people who love their pets. The relationships that she has established over the years have been so valuable. She can’t imagine doing anything else. Thank you for trusting her with your furry family members!
Loving Your Pets Health Coach Welcome to Tips for Fall/Winter!!
Thank you all for a great summer! It was certainly a hot one and we are ready to jump into fall. I don’t know about you, but it’s our favorite time of year. Leaves changing, cooler temps, less crowded trails, and not to mention the rattlesnakes go into hiding!:) In the dog hiking world, we have two seasons. Winter season, and burr season: The burrs seem to be extra bad this year, so we try to avoid the spots where we think they are. If we find that the burr bushes attacked them, we will do our best to remove them. If you have a special brush that you use, please leave it out for us. Also, towels are always appreciated as the dogs always seem to find water or dirt.
Loving Your Pets Health Coach is going into its 15th year of loving, exercising, and caring for your furry family members. Thank you so much for trusting us to care for them. We certainly love all of them so much. With our aging friends, I have found a wonderful clinic called the Utah Pet Rehab and Acupuncture Center in Millcreek. They offer a variety of holistic procedures such as hydrotherapy, acupuncture, chiropractic and physical therapy. You can find them at utahpetrehab.com. Also, regular massage can really help stimulate blood flow and muscle movement, plus, it’s a good bonding experience. I want to thank our wonderful pack leaders/pet care specialists for all their love and commitment. We are so fortunate to have such wonderful caring people on our team.