Meet Our General Manager, Oliver!
My name is Oliver, and I am the General Manager at Fetch! Pet Care West Orlando! I have advanced degrees in marine biology and environmental science. Since 2011, I have passionately worked with pets to provide them with the exceptional care they deserve. Through my experience, I have found nothing quite like the joy of creating a long-lasting relationship with pets and pet parents alike. I am dedicated to bringing my passion and top-tier customer service to Western Orlando!
Outside of work, I have a big furry family! I have two dogs, Sugar and Pooh Bear, who love to cuddle on the couch with a good blanket. I also have three cats: Bruni, Sweet Boy, and Meadow, and the newest addition to the family, Lou, a ten-week-old kitten whose energy keeps me on my toes! My fur babies are my whole world and bring brightness to my life. I look forward to meeting you and your pets, and can’t wait to ensure they receive the same care, love, and attention that you give them every single day!
Our Company Values
We know how hard it is to find an experienced, reliable pet sitter. So we never want to do anything that will make you question our trust for a second. We’ll do our absolute best to be completely honest and transparent with you about our services and your pet’s care.
Life isn’t predictable. It happens fast. Sometimes, you might need to request last-minute care. Sometimes, you might need us to stay with your pet for an extra hour. Sometimes you might have to cancel services. We get it. We understand. We are reliable partners who go the extra mile to ensure your pet not only gets the care they need but is living the best life possible.
As pet owners ourselves, we understand how important reliability is in a pet care provider. We know your pet might not be able to wait an extra hour to go outside. We know you might not be able to find a backup provider last second. You need us to be there, giving your pet the best care possible, exactly when we say we will be. We know you expect this of us and we expect it of ourselves.