Creatures Professional Pet Care, LLC
 In-your-home pet sitting for domestic & exotic creatures

Pet Sitting 
Dog Walking
in Kalamazoo, MI

Call today!
269-686-6004

Meet & Greet
Profile Form
Creatures Professional Pet Care offers an in-your-home Meet & Greet for all new clients.

This visit provides you with the opportunity to meet me, ask questions, and observe my chemistry with your pets, while I clarify your instructions and requests. Meet & Greets take place in your home and typically last between 30-60 minutes.

​Please use the form below to provide some information about you and your family of pets. This will allow me to thoroughly prepare for our meeting.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text me at 269-686-6004. You can also email me at tami@creaturespetcare.com.

Creatures Professional 
​Pet Care
is owned and
operated by

​Tami Port, MS​

Bachelor's Degree, Biology
Master's Degree, Animal Behavior

Please Note: In my ongoing commitment to bring clients and their pets the best possible professional service,
I will be participating in continuing education & certification from Friday, June 8th - Sunday, June 10th,
and will be unavailable on those dates, from 8:30am - 6:00pm.
Email
Phone Number
Street Address
City
Zip Code
Emergency Contact Name
Emergency Contact Phone
Vet Name
Service Dates Requested
Pet's Name(s)
Pet Type(s) / Breed(s)
Pet Description(s)
How did you hear about us?
Name
Feeding Instructions
Medication & Details
Care Instructions & Additional Information
Services Requested
Water Source (tap, filtered, bottled?)
Submit
​​Do you get 
separation
anxiety

when you're away from
your pet?


We can help :) 

Our clients receive electronic 
Visit Report Cards
at the end of every session!

Including photo/message updates, arrival/departure time stamps, 
& GPS tracked walks.

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We accept the following forms of payment:

Cash, Checks, Credit Cards, Paypal & payments through Facebook Messenger or Venmo @CreaturesPetCare
"Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That's the problem."
― A.A. Milne