Welcome to Pets Love Company

Pets Love Company offer dog walking, pet sitting, home sitting, dog training, pet taxi and a wide range of complementary pet and home services. Our goal is to fulfil both your needs and your pets needs. We will take care of your pet with the same love and attention that you provide them because we understand they are an important part of your family.

We are based in Seaham and cover the surrounding areas including Sunderland,County Durham Seaton, Murton, Dalton le Dale, Hawthorn, Easington Village, Easington Colliery, South Hetton, Haswell, Ryhope, Silksworth, Grangetown, New Herrington, East Herrington, Newbottle, Houghton le Spring, Hetton le Hole, East Rainton, West Rainton and Doxford Park

Whether you are at work, on holiday, not feeling very well or simply don’t have the time due to other commitments we can help to care for your pet. Our services are available on a regular or ad hoc basis. We will do our best to help you at short notice if for instance you have been kept on at work or taken into hospital we can collect your key from your location and care for your pet.

We are fully insured to look after you pets and your home. Our service is 100% reliable and trustworthy. We are a full member of Nationwide Association of Registered Pet Sitters (NarpsUK).

It would be great to meet you and your pet for a free consultation so we can discuss all your requirements. We look forward to speaking to you soon.

What I like about Pets Love Company is that they tailor their walks to suit their dogs' likes and dislikes, not only going to different places for variety but to do different things, even going Agility, which Gemma loves. I would highly recommend them as they are not just dog walkers ... THEY ARE DOG CARERS!"

D. Ford, County Durham
I would highly recommend Helen and her wonderful service Pets Love Company. It was fate that day in Oct when my husband was out walking our border collie Bonnie when Helen gave him her business card, I was due to go on holiday and needed someone reliable to walk Bonnie at lunchtime.

Carol Turnbull