Local Pet Business Resources
This page is for other local pet-related business in the area that Love and Kisses Pet Sitting refers. If you would like to have your business added, please contact us.
Love and Kisses Is a small local pet sitting and dog walking business that has served the Union County area of South Charlotte NC community since 2006. We give back to our community by helping local businesses and charitable organizations. We support the local economy by hiring employees and networking with other small businesses to build meaningful relationships.
located at 121 Lester Davis Road, Waxhaw, NC 28173. Look for the first paved driveway on the left as you go south on Lester Davis Road from Highway 84 (Weddington Road). The park is open from dawn to dusk.
Local Emergency Vets
Carolina Veterinary Specialist
4099 Campus Ridge Rd
Animal Medical Hospital
3832 Monroe Road
Charlotte, NC 28205
Vet Rec Veterinary Rehabilitation
Veterinary Rehabilitation and Exercise Center of the Carolinas
300 Unionville-Indian Trail Rd
Indian Trail, NC 28079
Phone: (704) 821-7161
Visiting Vet Online
Dr. Marcos Haase – Charlotte Veterinary Surgical Services
Charlotte Veterinary Surgical Services provides on-site traveling surgery services to the greater Charlotte area and is fully licensed in NC and SC. Cranial cruciate ligament repair/stabilization is a core focus of CVSS and multiple repair options are offered based on patient lifestyle, medical status, and client expectations
END OF LIFE CARE
We know it is very difficult when you lose a pet and finding closure during that time is very important. A cremation service that offers dignity and compassion can help with this. We proudly refer Faithful Companion Pet Cremation Services www.faithfulcompanion.com 704-399-0400
Elder Care for your Pets
Pets are important members of our families, and the loss of a pet can be traumatic. Therefore, end-of-life decisions represent the final acts of love and kindness we can show our pets. This website was designed to assist you, the pet owner, in making those decisions for your loved ones. You will learn about your options, what to consider, questions to ask and what to look for when choosing cremation for your pet. click here to visit Paws, Whiskers & Wags site
Elder Care for your Pets
Meridian Mobile Veterinary Care – Taking care of an aging or ill pet is difficult. It can be emotionally and physically challenging, and it can make you, as the caregiver, feel alone. You are not alone. At Meridian Mobile Veterinary Care, our goals are to help you keep your pet comfortable at home and to empower you to make the care and end-of-life decisions that are best for your situation. This involves offering compassionate, personalized, holistic care options and bringing together a group of caregivers to support you as you care for your unique click here to visit their website. Click here to read one of the blogs I wrote about Dr. Barbara Butchko
Home With You Compassionate Pet Euthanasia
My name is Dr. Manetta LaVergne and I have been a Veterinarian for 25 years. Covid 19 and homeschooling slowed down the launch of my new business, but I’m ready now to help families in Indian Trail and the surrounding areas. If you or anyone you know is struggling with an end of life decision for their pet, I would be honored to help them with a free phone consultation.
Guide from Consumer Affairs on Pet Insurance
A guide to some of the Best Insurance
VPI – Veterinary Pet Insurance
REPORT ANIMAL CRUELTY
Cruelty toward animals is illegal under North Carolina law. You can report animals experiencing physical harm under the care of an individual, pet shop, kennel or animal shelter to the North Carolina Attorney General’s Animal Welfare Hotline.
Under North Carolina law, acts of animal cruelty include:
- Depriving an animal of necessary nourishment,
- Or causing any of these things to occur to an animal.
Animal Welfare Hotline
The Animal Welfare Hotline was created by state law to take complaints about possible mistreatment of animals. You can:
- File a complaint online
- Print a complaint form and mail it to P.O. Box 629, Attention: Animal Welfare Hotline, Raleigh, NC 27602
- Call us at 1-855-290-6915 toll-free within North Carolina
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happens with your complaint
Our office will review your complaint to determine if the allegations involve animal cruelty. If our office determines that it is animal cruelty, then we will refer the complaint to the appropriate authority. Depending on the details of the complaint, your local animal control office, local Sheriff, or the NC Department of Agriculture may have the authority to take action. Please note that we are not able to process anonymous complaints.
How to contact local authorities
You are also welcome to share your animal cruelty concerns directly with your city or county animal control or Sheriff’s Office.