Need a pet sitter to take care of things while you’re not there?

We all love our pets because they really are part of the family. So it’s no surprise that a major concern for pet owners is who can give their pet the proper care and attention when they are away. A pet sitter, that’s who! Northern Adelaide Pet Sitters come to your home to take care of your pet in their own surroundings. We can even provide basic home care services such mail collection and plant watering!


Dogs, cats & exotic pets

Pets are an important part of many families. A concern for many pet owners is how to provide proper care and attention for their pets when they need to go away. You may not have considered a pet sitter and Northern Adelaide Pet Sitters could be the solution you have been looking for. We will visit your home and take care of your pet in their familiar surroundings, reducing the stress on your pet and providing a convenient service for you. We provide basic home care services such as plant watering and mail collection.  READ MORE

As we all know, a bored pet can be a destructive pet – dog walking is a great way to occupy your them, provide exercise, and lessen the chances of your dog re-decorating your back yard. A pet sitter can do more than just take care of your pet while you are away. If you don’t have time for daily walks, we can ensure your dog will be getting all the attention and exercise needed. If you think this might be a solution for your favourite furry friend, give us a call and we will meet with you, discuss your requirements, the pets needs and take your dog out for a walk as often as you wish.

Need to take your pet to the vet, the airport or just to get its nails clipped? Don’t have a car, a suitable transport cage or just don’t have the time? Northern Adelaide Pet Sitters can transport animals up to 40 kgs. This service is offered by appointment only, and bookings do need to be made at least a week ahead..

Northern Adelaide Pet Sitters - pet sitter, Pet Industry Association logo.


Members of the Pet Industry Association promote a professional pet industry and encourage responsible pet ownership.

At Northern Adelaide Pet Sitters, we subscribe to the following beliefs:

  • The welfare of animals in our charge and under our care must be paramount.
  • All Australians who can responsibly own a pet should have the opportunity to do so.
  • Pets are essential for a healthy society.
  • PIAA membership should be based on professionalism and high standards.
  • PIAA members commit to self regulation as well as adhering to regulatory requirements.
  • Members who don’t conform to the Code of Practice should have their membership revoked.
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Keisha patiently waiting for dinner. ... See MoreSee Less

Keisha patiently waiting for dinner.

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Those beautiful eyes😻

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Beautiful fur colour 😻

Now with AWL

FOUND: Cat, ANGLE VALE 5/11/23^
Edmonds Rd. If anyone’s missing this cat from this area, I am willing to drop it off. If unclaimed I will drop it into AWL www.facebook.com/tyler.t.dolan
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Through some amazing detective work by the team, Ashley is going to be reunited.

15yo male with very low vision and thin was handed to the vets and now with Help Save the Kitties. Microchip details (Hallet Cove) are not up to date. Does anyone recognise this gentleman . He needs his mum. m.facebook.com/helpsavethekitties
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A new buddy in Clare. Chino ... See MoreSee Less

A new buddy in Clare. Chino

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Great advice.🐍🚨IT’s SNAKE SEASON 🚨🐍

☀️This warmer weather is bringing snakes out of hiding.☀️

Be vigilant - we don’t want to see you in here with your beloved pet in trouble.

(but not limited to)

✖️Sudden weakness followed by collapse…
✖️Dilated LARGE pupils
✖️Progressive paralysis
✖️Blood in urine or vomit

🚨This is a Veterinary emergency, there is no time to delay. 🚨

Phone us or your closest emergency department should you have seen your pet be bitten, are suspicious it may have been bitten OR if it is displaying any of the above symptoms.

Please don’t assume that you will be able to see/locate a bite on your pet as this is very unlikely.

Please do not attempt to handle any snakes, call a snake catcher.

Please ALWAYS phone ahead if you are en route with your pet

Stay safe and please call us should you need us.

Team Midway ♥️
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Great advice.

After dinner exercises with Diesel ... See MoreSee Less

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That's spectacular 😍

Wow Steve What kind of bird is this

I want one

Wednesday dinner served.
Diesels time to talk and groom.
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Wednesday dinner served.
Diesels time to talk and groom.

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Breakfast and dinner buddy. Jayla

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My princess ❤️ hope she is behaving?

Great advice.Its Spring time 🌸🌷🪻

During this time we start to see more baby birds🐤
Not all baby birds stay in the nest until they can fly.
Many find themselves out of the nest & looking helpless on the ground.

Often we see this and want to help them. When actually the best thing to do is leave them alone and watch from the distance. As being on the ground is very normal.
Usually the parents are near by and still feeding the baby bird.

We only reccomend bringing them into us if they are injured in anyway or if you think they could be in any immediate danger ( cats or dogs near by) If this is the case you could try putting them back in the tree first.

If you have watched the baby bird for sometime and feel as though they have been abandoned you can either call Fauna Rescue or bring them in to us. 🐤🐥
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Great advice.

Ask Steve about a free initial consultation - 0402 021 958

Got more questions? Not sure where to start? Contact us today and we'll take care of the rest.