Lucie is the owner of Indian Land Pet Sitting. She has lived in many locations throughout the U.S. due to her husband’s career and has happily and permanently settled in the South Charlotte area. She and her husband have been married for over 35 years, have two adult daughters and have raised many, many canines over those years.
After starting successful pet sitting businesses in Dublin and Irvine, California with many happy clients, Lucie decided the growing South Charlotte area could benefit from professional, reliable pet sitting services.
She takes care of all the business matters so her pet sitters can strictly focus on pet care and servicing the client’s needs with excellence. However, she does love going out to do field work too!
Her philosophy is to treat client’s pets as if they were her own, and Indian Land Pet Sitting's pet sitters follow the same philosophy. “We consistently want to make pet sitting stress free for the clients when they work or travel by giving the best of care while their pets have fun!”
Samantha is a lifelong dog-lover and avid runner/yogi. Since graduating with her Bachelor’s in Marketing, Samantha moved to the Carolinas from Scottsdale, Arizona to be closer to her family. When she isn’t at the gym, running, doing yoga or pet sitting, you can find Samantha with her nose in a book or giggling at endless videos of animals online.
Arlene & Bruce have resided in the Area since 2010 when they relocated here from Long Island, New York to enjoy retirement. They have an 8 yr. old Cockapoo named Ginger who they love dearly. Arlene has been around animals her whole life including dogs and their litters, cats, and horses. Bruce was not allowed to have a pet growing up but has since made up for lost time. He first got a cat and then took in 2 additional rescue cats. Bruce also had a poodle for many years. Now he can’t imagine life without a pet.
They have both taken care of friends and neighbors pets on many occasions since they are trustworthy, kind, and give high quality care. They will treat your pet as if it is their own.
After living in NJ their whole lives, Michele and Jack relocated to Indian Land in 2015 for the warm climate, beautiful weather and retirement. Pets were always an enjoyable part of their family since they were children. Their passion for animals continues to grow as they discover each pets unique personality.
So far since residing in the Charlotte Area they’ve got tremendous satisfaction loving and caring for many local dogs and cats. They enjoy feeding the birds year round, traveling, music and one of their favorite TV shows is The Incredible Dr. Pol. Right now between grandchildren and grand fur babies “Life is Good”.
As Christa has always been passionate about animals and nature, she received her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Biology at Winthrop University. She has experience with all types of domestic pets including dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, hamsters, Hermit crabs and saltwater fish. She currently has two fabulous Briard dogs which are wonderful members of her family.
When Christa isn’t pet sitting, she takes care of her family and enjoys listening to live music and hiking
Johnnie is one of those wonderful, rare Carolina natives. She was born and raised in Fort Mill and services our northern Indian Land clients.
She has had animals all her life and her two Shih Tzu’s, Coco and Ginger are considered members of her loving family. When she isn’t busy pet sitting, Johnnie loves to go on nature walks on the beaches and in the mountains of the charming Carolinas.
Jamie has always had a love for animals and is the proud Mom of 2 dogs and 3 cats. All of her pets are rescues that needed a loving family to care for them. That is just what they have found with Jamie. If she could, she would have 100 more!
Jamie is also a wife and mother, and is currently working towards completing her Bachelors Degree in Business. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, listening to music and exploring new places.
Barb is originally from the Boston area and we are pleased to announce that she is lives in and is serving our Ballantyne clients.
Barbara has embraced her love of animals through pet sitting. She currently has 2 cats and is a volunteer at the Humane Society of York County. In addition to pet sitting, Barb is a fabulous freelance graphic designer. She has a BA in English communications and lots of experience in feline communications! Barbara enjoys reading, boxing, and is an avid Boston sports fan
Peggy is one of our kitty pet sitters although she loves and is happy to pet sit for all our clients. Her love for animals began early, having been raised on a Pennsylvania farm. Peggy’s first real pet was a feisty brown and white beagle named, “Dusty”. Since then, she has always had a dog, a cat, or both residing in her home. Most of her cats, including her current kitty Sidney have been rescues.
Peggy lives in the Wesley Chapel area of NC where she takes care of our clients in Wesley Chapel, Weddington, Waxhaw, Waverly and the east side of Indian Land. Peggy has spent 25 years in the healthcare field taking care of humans. She now takes amazing care of felines, canines and other domestic pets. Peggy also enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, gardening, cooking, doing DIY projects and traveling.
Amy has always loved animals and knows her calling is dog walking! She worked for many years in New Hampshire as a professional dog walker and pet sitter before coming down to the Carolinas. She is definitely a, “Big Dog” person and Amy feels very comfortable around larger dogs and breeds that sometimes tend to scare other humans. Amy also has lots of experience with cats, has been a kitty cat owner and is familiar with the medical issues that sometimes comes with felines.
Amy serves our clients in Waxhaw, Wesley Chapel and Weddington. When Amy is not pet sitting or dog walking for Pet Sitters of Weddington and Indian Land Pet Sitting, she is taking excellent care of her own two dogs. Interestingly, Amy has an Afghan soldier rescue Shepherd mix named, “Sabira” and “Parker” her extremely anxious 85 lb Black Lab/Beagle mix. Frankly, we think Parker is all Labrador!