The best care for your best friend
Pet families who want the best pet care choose PROFESSIONALS. That’s us! Caring for animals is our full time business, and it’s our passion. Prairie Home Pet Care has been a registered business in good standing serving Parker, Franktown & Elizabeth since 2013. We are insured, trained in pet CPR & first aid, and are members of Pet Sitters International. Most importantly, we love animals and have decades of hands-on experience.
The Benefits of In-Home Care
We offer a variety of pet care services
Prices include up to 3 pets. Multiple pets are welcome and will incur a small additional fee depending on number & type of pets.
- Dog Walking
- Daily Pet Visits
- Overnight Stays
- Farm/Ranch Sitting
- Pet Taxi
- Pet Food/Supplies Delivery
Robin started PHPC in 2013 after a career as a fitness coach & cardiac/pulmonary rehab specialist. She has a long history of volunteering for rescue orgs., and has rehabilitated many sick & injured animals.
A long time animal lover and a former military officer and fitness coach, Davide is also the founder of Cycle 4 Strays, long distance cycling events designed to promote animal welfare in developing nations.
Our commitment to social responsibility
2009 Tour of Costa Rica to benefit the McKee Project
Playa Zancudo to Sarchi to promote spay & neuter and responsible pet ownership to say No More Strays!
2010 From Utah to Costa Rica to benefit the McKee Project
From the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah, across Arizona, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, to San Jose, Costa Rica in 60 days of unassisted, hard pedaling to bring attention to community animals and their wellbeing.
2012 Tour of Panama to benefit Spay Panama
Alajuela, Costa Rica, to the Panama Canal and back to promote animal welfare.
2015 Tour of Florida to benefit The SNIP Foundation
Jacksonville to Key West to raise funds for spay & neuter in the developing world.
2018 Elephant Rock Century Ride to benefit The SNIP Foundation
A 1-day, 100-mile ride to raise awareness about the importance of spay & neuter as the only humane and sustainable method of pet population control.