“A pet care company that creates harmony for your pets by ensuring they
receive the right level of exercise along with lots of love and attention.”
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Would you like to “feel stress free” knowing your pets are in capable, nurturing hands when your out of town?
Would you like “true peace of mind” that someone will be with your pet when they say that they will?
Would you like to leave home in the morning knowing your dog will have a “powerhouse walk” to burn off their energy so you can come home to a more more relaxed pet at the end of a 9 plus hour day?
Hi, I’m Barbie Klapp and I’m the founder of 2 Paws Up, Inc. Since 2003 we’ve served more than 900 furry, fuzzy, and feathered clients in the Lilburn, Snellville, Grayson, Loganville, Stone Mountain, and Lawrenceville areas of Gwinnett County. We’ve helped nearly 500 pet parents reconnect to their pets and learn that they can travel (and work late) without pet-related guilt! I am happy to announce that I wrote my first book, “Pet Travel Tips”. Here I am writing a book about traveling with your pet, when I am a pet sitter that travels to your home to take care of your pets. I felt that it was important that we know a few facts on how to travel with your furry family. Even if it’s traveling in the states, over seas, or to a local pet store or even a dog park. We need to know what is required, and how to transport our fur family members safely.
I always feel completely comfortable leaving my 3 dogs in Barbie's care. She is dependable and follows all of our instructions so everything is routine for the dogs while we are gone. I don't know what we would do without her!
Giving your four-legged friend a paw-dicure can be quite the task for some. Whether it’s the result of an accidental cut of the quick in a previous nail trimming session or the dislike of having his paws touched, your pet’s aversion to nail care can take a stressful toll on both. Seeing the fear in […]Continue Reading 0
Dog are chewers by nature, so to make your pet happy (and to keep your shoes and other belongings safe) it pays to invest in some really nice chews. The most important thing is to pick a chew your pet can handle. A small dog needs a small chew and a large one a big […]Continue Reading 0
Do you wonder why your pet keep barking its head off at the postman, and all the other people who trail regularly to your front door? And are you driven insane at trying to control the noise? Here are some ideas as to what’s going on and how you can deal with it. First, you […]Continue Reading 0
Want to bathe your cat, but don’t want to be scratched to ribbons? Check out these tips. #1 Ask yourself if a bath is necessary. Long haired cats need a bit of help but healthy shorthairs tend to keep themselves clean. If your pet has oil or something nasty on its coat, then bring out […]Continue Reading 0