Pet Sitting 
Dog Walking
in Kalamazoo, MI
​   
Licensed * Insured * Bonded
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Call today!
269-686-6004

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

Pet Taxi - Service Request Form ​​
Please use the Pet Taxi Service Form below to request transport for your pet.
Taxi Business hours:  8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday & Sunday. ​​

Pet Taxi Service Rates:
- $15 for up to 10 mile transport, $1.50 per mile for each additional mile. 
- I also offer dog walks with transport for, an additional fee: $15 dor 20 minutes, $18 for 30 minutes.
- Payment is due on or before date of first service. We accept payment in the following forms: cash, check, major creidt cards, Paypal (to tami@creaturespetcare.com) Facebook messenger and Venmo (@CreaturesPetCare).

Are you a new client? Please fill out and submit the Pet Taxi New Client Form.

  If you are an established client, please fill out the form below.

Cancellations: Must be received 24 hours prior to scheduled service or the cost of that scheduled service will be billed to client.

Creatures Professional 
​Pet Care
is owned and
operated by

​Tami Port, MS​

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

PLEASE NOTE: Requested services are not considered booked until you have received written confimation from us via email or text. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text 269-686-6004 or email tami@creaturespetcare.com.​​ 

Pet Taxi Service Request Form
Email
Primary Phone Number
Street Address, City, Zip
Client Name
Date(s) You Need Pet Taxi Service
Transport FROM: Name of Location, Address & Time
Transport TO: Name of Location, Address & Time
Name(s) and Type(s) of Pets Transporting
Do you want us to stay and wait? (additional fee)
Would you like your dog(s) walked?
Submit
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."
― Winnie the Pooh