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Your Trusted Pet Care for North Texas

Whether you’re taking over the world at work or escaping the world out of town, you deserve to stay present in your moment. Our Mid-day play and potty breaks for your pets help keep you worry-free, knowing your pet is happy, thriving, and under the care of a well-trained, compassionate, and professional Pet Companion.

National Association of Professional Pet Sitters

2022 Business Of The Year

Fur Services Fur Pets is proud to be the NAPPS Business Of The Year for 2022. This award is presented to businesses that demonstrate outstanding business practices and vision in maintaining and growing their business. This award celebrates a business that shows a commitment to the profession and community.

Mid-day pet care for your puppy, senior dog, and canines of all ages!

Schedule Your Pet’s Mid-day Play and Potty Visit Today.

Fur Services Fur Pets Service Area Map

We service the communities along the 380 corridor, including Savannah, Union Park, Paloma Creek, Providence Village and Cross Oaks Ranch, as well as Aubrey, Cross Roads, and select areas in Celina, Frisco, Krugerville, Little Elm, Prosper and The Colony.

We come to play!

We offer a variety of options so you can pick the best experience for your furry friend.
Play visits can be for 20 or 30 minutes, depending on what you and your pup need.

Holiday Fees will apply to all reservations booked during the following days throughout the year: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve. Holiday Fees are subject to change and vary by service. Non-Refundable, Non-Transferrable, Non-Creditable Deposits will be required throughout the year during certain holidays and over certain excessively busy weeks.

20 Minute Mid-Day Visit

30 Minute Mid-Day Visit

Get more for less! Pre-purchase 15 walks or pay your month in full and in advance for a special discount.

Our Wag-Worthy Customer Reviews

It’s more than a potty break — no barks about it!

Our staff is there to PLAY with your dog. Fetch, scritches, keep away or tug, we let them lead us on how they want to spend this time! It generally only takes a couple of visits before your dog learns we are there for THEM and just to PLAY!

Socialization Skills

With our unique Pet Companion Team Structure, your puppies learn that all different people are safe and good. Socializing puppies young is an integral part of a happy, healthy and well-adjusted forever pup! Socializing is equally important for adult dogs that haven’t had the opportunity to meet a lot of people.

Basic Training

A well-mannered pup makes a happy home! During our visit, we reinforce training your dog already knows and we teach other skills that are important for a well-rounded pup!

Potty Training Assistance

Congrats on your new puppy or a new rescue dog! Mid-Day Potty and Play breaks work hand-in-hand with your current potty training efforts to be sure your pup has the opportunity to take care of business OUTSIDE instead of having accidents inside! We can visit once per day, or multiple breaks throughout the day/evening to assist with the perfect potty training schedule!

Potty Breaks

Nine to eleven hours is a looooong time to hold it! Between working, lunch breaks and commute time, that’s about how long most pet owners are away from home during the day. And, in reality, your dog having to hold their potty that long can cause long-term medical problems. We know you don’t want that! Once a dog learns she can potty in the house or in her crate, she is more likely to be less concerned the next time she really needs to go. Regular potty breaks during the day allow her to relieve herself without it becoming a desperate need.

Mental Stimulation

After a long day away, you look forward to coming home to a dog who’s excited and thrilled to see you! Bored dogs get in trouble, develop anxiety and get destructive. The mental stimulation that comes with playtime, training, and spending time with different people can go a long way towards stimulating your intelligent pup so you walk in the door saying, “Who’s a good doggy? I’m glad to see you, too!”

We’re paw-ssionate about play time!