Professional Kamloops Pet Sitters & Private Dog Walkers

Phone: 250 574 7387

Purr-fect Paws Pet Sitting Services

Compassionate. Experienced. professional.

Meet the Purr-fect Paws Team

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Melanie Whittaker - Owner/operator

 Purr-fect Paws was created in Quesnel in February 2006 before relocating to Kamloops in August 2013. Our goal was to provide a stress-free service and found many pets were happier and healthier staying in their own homes. They also adjust quicker in the absence of their parents. Melanie grew up on a small Island, where she was always surrounds by many different kinds of animals. Over the years, she had a few different positions, which included an ABA therapist for children with autism, a nanny, a retail manager, an executive assistant and an office manager. Now living in Kamloops, she has been able to continue her dream and grow the Purr-fect Paws family. She has 2 amazing children with her husband of 20 years, a 4 year old dog named Rex and a 3 year old cat named Buddy 

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Chevonne - Pet sitter/dog walker

 Meet Chevonne!  She has been an animal lover her whole life and  has always felt a special connection to them. She believes all animals deserve equal love and affection! Chevonne is a mother to an amazing 3-year-old boy along with a 7-year-old shitzu/Maltese and a 13-year-old long haired gray cat.  She always had pets growing up from dogs to cats, fish to rabbits. She has lived in Kamloops since 1993 and has worked as a medical office assistant, in the food industry, as well as a pet sitter and a mom. When Chevonne isn’t spending time with her family and fur babies, you can find her hiking, gardening, baking or reading.  

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MADI - PET SITTER/DOG WALKER

Meet Madi! She grew up in Revelstoke, BC surrounded by wildlife and the mountains. She considers herself an animal lover and is excited to use her energy and passion to provide care for others animals as well. She has grown up with Labradoodles her whole life and currently owns a year and a half year old puppy named Lucy. Madi moved to Kamloops 4 years ago to pursue schooling as a RN. She is currently in the nursing program at TRU. When she is not working on school Madi enjoys spending time running, hiking, being outdoors and working out.