There's always a comfy place for your furry friend at Luv UR Pet Sitters!
Luv UR Pet Sitters is a family of animal lovers who consider our pets as our children.
Owner, Lisa McMahan, lives in Sevierville, TN and services the community of Sevier County. Living just outside of town, Lisa has taken advantage of the rural setting to give 5 furry friends a home. Abby, a black American Cocker Spaniel, is sixteen years old and queen bee. Precious is Abby's pup who is part Cocker Spaniel and part unknown. Although an OOPS baby, she was named perfectly because she is absolutely Precious. Lucy and Sadie, English Cocker Spaniel sisters have completely opposite personalities. Lucy is a snuggler, lover and cuddler with a calm quiet demeanor. Sadie is a mischievous kisser with a rambunctious personality. Another addition to our family is Casper the kitty. Molly is a recent addition to our family. She is a 13 year old Cocker Spaniel whom I adopted when her elderly parent could no longer take care of her. Casper was adopted from one of my clients who was born with a broken tail sporting a bulls-eye on its end.
Team member and spouse, Michael McMahan is a police officer with the Knox County Sheriff's Office. As such, he brings 20 years of security and investigation to our team which offers our customers peace of mind while they are away from home. Michael also brings his vast knowledge and experience in home repair/remodeling. Custom cabinetry, furniture making, laying flooring, building a deck, constructing a garage, roofing, plumbing and electrical are just a few things his resume includes. With his love of horticulture, Michael lives in his greenhouse and maintains our landscape in vibrant color from his own green thumb.
Our extended family has given us much love, but has been the source of concern whenever we need to be away from home. Boarding is too expensive with this many children. Plus sticking our babies in a kennel all day for several days just isn't appealing. Therefore, we decided to start our own pet sitting business. Our pets shouldn't be locked up just so we can go away. And, your pets shouldn't either.