Carey Pet & Home Care
- Carey Pet & Home Care started in 2005 as an owner/operator business by Cris Carey
- We began adding sitters in 2006
- Our primary market is Oklahoma City Metro north of I-40 to Edmond and Yukon to Del City.
- We are the largest in-home pet sitting service in the north OKC area.
- Member of NAPPS-National Association of Professional Pet Sitters and The Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce
- We emphasize professionalism – The Best Sitters for the Best Clients!
- All our sitters are Pet Tech™ Pet CPR/First Aid trained
- We are LOCAL and service oriented – 100% customer driven
Our Mission and Purpose
- To provide reliable, professional pet care when our clients can’t be there.
- To fulfill our clients’ needs and wants: “I want to pamper my pets the same way I want to be pampered so I can be guilt-free at work or on vacation.”
- To be the preeminent pet sitting service in the North OKC Area not only for the quality of the pet and client care we provide, but for the quality of clients we are honored to serve.
- To offer the highest quality of pet care service and become a one-stop concierge experience for our clients.
- Passion about the care of our clients’ furry kids
- Respect of our clients’ homes, pets, and our fellow sitters
- Integrity to always do right by our clients and fellow sitters
- Trustworthy that we do what we say we will do
- Dependable and always available for our clients and back up fellow sitters
- Compassion to treat our clients’ pets and homes the way we would want our pets and homes treated
Meet Cris Carey
Cris grew up on an 80-acre Hereford farm in Indiana with many other animals to care for. She learned early on that no matter what, the animals had to be cared for. They don’t know it’s Christmas Day and you want to take the day off – they all still had to be fed before the presents were opened! Cris has been passionate about animals and remembers fondly the farm life where she raised and cared for both family pets and livestock. She also learned the many responsibilities of pet ownership and the fact that sometimes you need backup when things happen in life.
Cris worked 20+ years in various aspects of business operations in her “previous life.” In 2005, she combined that knowledge and experience with her passion and love for animals to start Carey Pet & Home Care.
Meet Will Boone
After working in the hectic sales and management world for years, Will decided to do a career shift to a field that had more impact for people and their furry family members. Will understands that these little kids are not just pets or accessories, they are family. Will may spend the majority of his time in the Carey Pet office, but gladly jumps at the chance to get out in the field and bring some comfort and joy to your furry friends.
Will currently has three rescue cats and most of his life has had a cuddly furry friend. His love of animals comes from his parents who had a variety of animals and breeding Greyhound racers.
Meet Our Sitters
Joyce has always had at least one dog (sometimes more), as well as, numerous birds…
From being a lover of animals in his childhood to transitioning to a career in pet boarding, Buddy is someone who has been an avid pet lover his entire life…
Kirby has owned a variety of animals including snakes, fish, rodents, dogs, and cats since the age of 5 when she got her first dog – a Dachshund named Rocket!…
Yukon/West OKC Metro
Lindsay has always been an avid animal lover and rescuer. Growing up with numerous cats and dogs her whole life…
Far NW OKC
Hillari grew up with a household of cats from the day she was born. On her fifth birthday she got her first dog, a sweet black lab named Roxie, and learned the joys of having a dog…
Far NW OKC/Deer Creek
Kaci brings comforting energy and loads of experience to your home and pets. Kaci is also involved in animal rescue as a volunteer and fosters for several local animal rescue organizations…
About Our Sitters
…Currently, Joyce has two fur babies and takes her therapy dog, Kloey, to visit at the Moore School District several times a week and also to area hospitals, children’s homes, nursing homes, libraries, DHS, and other organizations sponsoring Therapy Dog visits.
Joyce decided to be a pet sitter after retiring from working for years in the administrative field and served in the United States Army Reserves for 25 years as well. She was looking for something different and most of all, fun. She loves the welcome she receives from the pets and the appreciation they give for her attention. Joyce enjoys every pet she cares for as each one has a unique personality and holds a special place in her heart. Joyce realizes how important it is that our clients feel their homes and pets will be secure and safe when they are away.
…Since retiring from a dog boarding business he owned for more than 25 years, he now continues to pursue his passion and love for animals as a Pet Sitter for Carey Pet & Home Care.
When Buddy is not pet sitting, he can be found at home cuddling with his own four dogs. In addition to working with dogs, Buddy rode and trained horses for many years. Buddy has a multitude of reasons he loves pet sitting. He loves it because of the variety of breeds and the attitudes of each that he encounters when doing visits. He also enjoys the relationships that he has built with the pets and the many different adventures he has experienced while caring for them.
Buddy believes clients will feel comfortable with him because he is honest, caring, and knows the importance of giving their animals the utmost care. Not only will he deliver the highest level of care to clients’ pets, he will also be respectful of their homes. Buddy believes it is an honor he gets to do something he is so passionate about as a career.
…As a child she brought many strays home, even attempting to hide kittens in her bedroom closet. Her parents learned quickly her passion for rescue.
She volunteered for four years with Paws for Life Inc. at the Edmond Animal Shelter, co-founded the Community Cat Coalition of Edmond which concentrates on TNR (trap, neuter, release), for the feral cat populations around the Edmond area.
She has been pet sitting for friends and family for years. Tina is very much looking forward to caring for your fur, feather and scale kids. She will absolutely love and treat your four-legged kids as her own.
…For the last 8 years Kirby has been working with animals in various forms. She has worked at doggy daycares, fostered for the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, eventually moved on to graduate Animal Behavior College as a Certified Dog Trainer and actively trained for a year at a dog training business before coming back to pet sitting full time! Kirby currently has two animals; a lab mix named Kaj, and a cat named Dragon!
Over the years Kirby has found caring for pets a true stress reliever, which is why she loves pet sitting. The unconditional affection from a pet is a very healing property that makes every day great! Kirby is confident that you can have peace of mind knowing she will care for your pets as she cares for her own! She treats every animal, from snakes to dogs and everything in-between, with dignity, love, and respect. That goes for home care as well!
…Her mother was an avid animal rescuer. It didn’t matter what kind of animal it was, if it needed help, she and her mother would drop what they were doing to help. No matter where Caitlin was, she was always around animals. Home just didn’t feel like home pets!
Aside from rescues, her family also had a passion for Chihuahuas and always had at least three at any given time. Caitlin also helped her grandmother at cat shows. Caitlin’s interests outside of pet sitting consists of photography and making dreamcatchers.
Caitlin became interested in pet sitting because she recently started going to college for digital design/web development and can’t have animals at college. Caitlin deeply missed always having animals in her daily life and pet sitting gives her that “pet fix” she needs!
Growing up with different types of animals taught her responsibility, compassion and commitment. Caitlin believes that these qualities will help Carey Pet clients feel comfortable with her caring for their homes and four-legged family members.
…She’s always had dogs in her life –usually adopted– from a Yorkie to a German Shepherd. She’s also had cats, birds, fish, reptiles, rodents, and has rescued multitudes of strays and wildlife. Every one of them has been a joy to her and lived their “best life” possible.
Joni is recently retired from the Department of Homeland Security and has been eagerly waiting to spend the rest of her life loving and caring for animals. Pet sitting is the perfect avenue for spreading love to many new friends – finned, feathered and furry! Having done volunteer work for a rescue sanctuary, Joni realizes that all animals really want is love and care to respond with the purest form of unconditional love. She will always find joy in providing that love and care to your babies while respecting your guidance and property.
North OKC Metro
…She is compassionate about many things in her life, but what stands out the most is her passion for animals. Her love for animals stems back as far as she can remember and is easily seen through her interactions with them.
Allison graduated from Texas Tech University in 2004 with a B.S. in Wildlife Management. She did some seasonal work with wild Rio Grande Turkey in Kansas and the endangered species Lesser-Prairie Chicken in New Mexico. However, she has dedicated the majority of her career to the veterinary medical field.
She owned her own pet sitting business for four years, which included sitting not only dogs and cats, but also horses, wild mountain lions, lynx and bobcats. But she cares for all animals, no matter how big or small, wild or domestic. Allison feels her life would not be as fulfilling if it weren’t for the presence of these divine creatures, including her own cat, Holiday.
Yukon/West OKC Metro
…it only made sense that she continued to surround herself with animals as an adult. She has six dogs and four cats of her own but still decided her heart had so much more room to work with animals as well.
In 2016 she started “officially” rescuing and fostering for rescues but after numerous foster-fails, she decided to investigate other animal rescue avenues. She started working at Free To Live Animal Sanctuary in Guthrie and eventually accepted a management position to live on property and take care of 300 animals 24/7. And she plans to one day have a rescue of her very own.
Now Lindsay is excited to move on to the next chapter of pet sitting and can’t wait to love on your babies and treat them as if they are her own!
Far NW OKC
…She’s always found comfort and unconditional love from pets. Hillari says the sound of a cat purring is one of the most calming sounds on this earth.
Currently, Hillari has four cats of her own and has been fostering kittens since April 2021. She specializes in neonate and gruel kittens so she understands how to take special care of animals. When she’s not home with her own cats, Hillari enjoys playing volleyball or exploring the wide variety of craft beer.
She has first-hand experience in needing a pet sitter and the anxiety of leaving them with someone else. Rest assured she will make sure your pets receive excellent care while you are away.
Far NW OKC/Deer Creek
…She also has one long-term foster for Dogs on Deployment for a military family serving overseas. Also, during the pandemic, she housed and found forever homes for 63 animals.
Currently, Kaci has four rescue dogs of her own; Icarus Eugene, Schäfer Beau, Arya Boo, and Stanley Zbornak along with three rescue cats; Lucy Furr, Betty Boopsnoot, and Star Leopard. Besides being very involved with rescue, she also worked for a local veterinary hospital before returning to college to become a Speech Language Pathologist.
Kaci cares for all creatures big and small and loves the pure souls of animals. She is an avid puppy yoga practitioner, an animal reiki healer in training and would love to “zen” your pets. Kaci lives with her husband and son in the Deer Creek area and understands how clients would like their homes cared for. She is also a plant whisperer who would love to water your plants!
…This helps him to understand what your dogs are experiencing and adjust the way he interacts with them, ensuring the best treatment possible.
He has three dogs and a cat: two German Shepherd’s named Odin and Frey, a mini long hair dachshund named Daphne, and a cat named Nala. Alex grew up with pets and understands how important it is to trust someone with your pets. Alex would be honored to care for your pets and help ease your anxiety about quality pet care. He looks forward to meeting your pets and providing them the best care possible.