SuPaw Nanny was born out of our love for animals and is a friendly, reliable, professional family run pet sitting business based in Bishops Stortford.
Our professional pet care qualifications and memberships:
- Industry leading Animal First Aid and CPR qualifications
- Member of the Pet Services Association – a division of the Pet Industry Federation (PIF)
- Advocates of the Pet Care Trust
- DBS (CRB checked)
- Licensed by East Hertfordshire District Council for the purposes of home boarding and daycare (License Reference:17/0779/AHB)
- Fully and comprehensively insured (Pet Plan Sanctuary)
And that’s not all, we also have a dedicated van, which has been expertly fitted with comfortable safety crates and meets all the relevant safety standards. Having our own specialist vehicle, means we can easily collect your pet (whether it’s a small Jack Russell or a huge Great Dane) and transport them safely to a variety of local areas for fun and exercise.
We pride ourselves on delivering first-rate, professional and reliable pet sitting and walking services to the residents of Bishops Stortford, Sawbridgeworth, Stansted, Hallingbury and surrounding villages.
Located on the borders of Hertfordshire and Essex in South East England, Bishops Stortford has plenty of green open spaces and lovely countryside, as well as parks and play areas. All perfect for keeping your pets happy and exercised.
Surrounded as we are by beautiful parkland, fields and country footpaths, we’re perfectly placed to exercise and care for your pets when you’re away from home. And we can look after all sorts of pets: cats, dogs, horses, guinea pigs and rabbits to name a few.
The great transport links from the area mean that we can extend our services further afield too. So if you live outside of Bishops Stortford, please do get in touch, as we may well be able to help.
Stacy, SuPaw Nanny’s proprietor, has been working with animals for over 25 years – and has owned dogs, cats, horses and rabbits since she was a child.
She’s volunteered with a local veterinary surgery in Hertford for many years (starting when she was just 16) – working with the vets in emergency situations and assisting them with behavioural programmes. It means she’s become a bit of an expert in pet motivation and reward, and is confident handling illness in animals too. Plus she’s fully qualified in animal first aid and CPR.