Better Than Boarding Precious Pets
Leashes To Leads Pet Care offers in -home pet care. Owner Aimee Thomas is a certified professional pet sitter; CPR and first-aid trained pet tech; Fear-Free certified professional; and certified MagnaWave practitioner. Services also include farm sitting, dog walking, and playtime and MagnaWave sessions. She covers horse farms in northwest Ocala, Golden Ocala, Golden Hills, Forest of Golden Hills, Timberwood, Hunterdon Hamlet, Pinnacle Park, Timber Lakes, Evergreen Estates, Historic Downtown Ocala and Bellechase.
She even offers home check (no pets), farm/horse care and a pet taxi. “The biggest thing that sets me apart is being a certified MagnaWave practitioner,” she says. MagnaWave is a pulsed electromagnetic field that is said to stimulate cell metabolism, increase oxygenation and reduce inflammation. This action is thought to cause a chain of processes in the body that could lead to improvement of health without side effects. A cell produces energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) that is vital for the function of the body, building up and breaking down molecules, and transporting substances across cell membranes. MagnaWave PEMF is thought to increase ATP levels so the signal is able to penetrate the cell wall to increase its permeability, deliver more oxygen and rid waste products such as carbon dioxide, helping the body heal itself naturally.
Thomas says, “My love for animals, combined with my escape from corporate life, led me to follow a longtime dream and start my own business. With a leap of faith and the support of my amazing husband, Leashes to Leads Pet Care, LLC was established in January of 2019. I care for any kind of animal that doesn’t require a permit to handle. The most unusual animal that I have done pet sitting for is an ostrich. The most unusual animal that I have done a MagnaWave session for was a 10-year old rescued sulcata tortoise.”
She employs an app that allows clients to book and pay for services, see when she arrives and leave their home and receive photos and updates, along with a GPS map of everywhere the dogs are walked. “I work closely with many of the kennels in town. If I feel that a daycare or boarding kennel is a better fit for a dog, I will say so, and I will recommend which facility I feel would be a good fit for their pet,” states Thomas.
For more information about Leashes To Leads Pet Care, LLC, call 352-266-1526 or visit LeashesToLeads.com.