National Mom and Pop Business Day: Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More
Who is Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More?
Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More is a local mom-and-pop business owned and operated by Al and Donna Hurst. Their pet sitting career grew out of a life-long passion for animals.
Joining Donna and Al in their love for a pet is a team of highly trained sitters bringing quality services to Cane Bay, Nexton, Carnes Crossroads, and the Summerville area. Because they are a small, locally-owned mom and pop business, they can provide quality care at industry-low rates without compromising their exceptional customer service.
How did Cane Bay Pet Sitting Begin?
Donna was always bringing home stray animals. She loved caring for pets and getting to know their personalities. After moving to South Carolina, Donna and Al recognized the need for quality pet sitting services. So they channeled their love and the need for pet sitting services to launch Cane Bay Pet Sitting.
Al and Donna created Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More with a commitment to provide exceptional care to pets while their owners travel. This small business prides itself in connecting with the animal while listening to individual needs to create a fun, loving environment for every pet in their care.
Cane Bay Pet Sitting knows that the most challenging part of any vacation or business trip is figuring out what to do with your animals. You’ve established routines with them and need someone you can trust to keep those routines intact. The sitters at Cane Bay Pet Sitters & More are committed to showing love and kindness to every pet to make them feel comfortable, safe, and loved while their owners are away.
Are you planning to travel? Then, entrust the care of your pet to Cane Bay Pet Sitting.
At Cane Bay Pet Sitting, we’re crazy for animals – we like to pet them, play with them, run around and get chased by them, and cuddle up with them. And, just who are “We”? That would be me – Donna Hurst – and my husband Al. We’re the founders of this company, and our goal is to treat your pets so well they don’t even know you’re gone until you get back.