Pet Force

Welcome to my website. I hope you find it useful and please do not hesitate to contact me for additional details.

I own and operate Pet-Force which I established in 2013 to assist people in caring for their pets, while they are at work, on holiday, or just unable to manage.

As one of the longest established companies in the area I have built a good reputation and most of my business comes from repeat bookings, personal recommendations from satisfied clients and referrals from the local vets, who know me very well and use me to care for their own pets whilst on holidays.

I live in Southchurch and offer a range of pet care services to suit most needs & budget. All services are provided by me personally as I do not employ casual/part-time labour or use host families for boarding.

As a pet owner for over 30 years, I have a wealth of experience and know what is required to keep your pet healthy and happy. Also, being totally independent I do not have a Franchiser setting me targets or taking 10-15 percent of my profits each month, so I can use these savings to keep my prices sensible.

I have been accepted as a registered member of NARP (National Association of Registered Petsitters) and as such am fully insured for £2,000,000 Public & Third Party Liability.

For your total peace of mind, I have a CRB Enhanced Disclosure Certificate (police check) which is the higher standard, required by teachers/care workers and during my 22 years as a BT Property Manager I had considerable training in security/health & safety, so your home and pets are in capable hands.

I have passed the Advanced Driving Test, accredited by the Institute of Advanced Motorists and was the first company in the area to use a vehicle specifically designed in accordance with advice from the RSPCA and vets to provide for the maximum safety and comfort of your pet, including custom built cages and multiple ventilation aids.

My van insurance also includes “carriage of goods for hire or reward” which is the correct cover when transporting other people’s pets, but often ignored because it adds approximately 350% to the cost a fully comprehensive policy.