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Park Cities Pet Sitter Is NAPPS' Business of the Year


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“I could not be prouder of the company and my staff,” said Joette White, president of Park Cities Pet Sitter. “It is incredibly gratifying to be recognized by our peers with the highest award in our industry. Great service is what built Park Cities Pet Sitter and will continue to be at the core of what we do as we enter our 25th year of business in 2017.”

Park Cities Pet Sitter, a Dallas-based pet sitting and dog walking company, has been awarded the 2017 Business of the Year award by the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS).

Park Cities Pet Sitter is one of the largest pet sitting companies in the country, with 41 staff members performing more than 60,000 visits annually, the company reported. It covers the majority of the Dallas metroplex and Plano in the north Texas market, and has been in business since 1992.

“I could not be prouder of the company and my staff,” said Joette White, president of Park Cities Pet Sitter. “It is incredibly gratifying to be recognized by our peers with the highest award in our industry. Great service is what built Park Cities Pet Sitter and will continue to be at the core of what we do as we enter our 25th year of business in 2017.”

White’s application for the NAPPS 2017 Business of the Year award focused on three key elements of her business and personal evolution as a business owner. The first element was detailing the fundamental reason for her business’s long-term success: never forgetting that pet sitting is a people business that requires great service to clients while simultaneously taking good care of staff. The second element was choosing to embrace her areas of managerial weaknesses about five years ago, and consequently developing a team of advisers who assist her in keeping the business on track and growing. The third element was actively choosing to become a voice for professionalism and leadership in the pet sitting industry by mentoring other pet sitting business owners and regularly communicating with peers in other markets about their similar business issues and how to elevate the perception of the pet sitting industry.

As part of the perks for winning NAPPS’ 2017 Business of the Year, White will receive a complimentary trip to the 2017 NAPPS Education and Networking Forum in Chicago in May, where she will be recognized by the NAPPS organization and her peers.

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