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Peace of Mind Pet Care receives ‘first dollar’

Stephanie Canute, owner of the new business “Peace of Mind Pet Care”, offers personalized pet care for any pet. Focused on meeting the needs and wants of all pets, whether they have paws, claws, fins or hooves, Peace of Mind Pet Care is there to help.

After she and her family moved to the area just five years ago, Canute said she wanted to start a business she would look forward to doing every day.

Ann Macgregor, a member of STC representing Habitat for Humanity Hiawathaland, presents Stephanie Canute, owner of Peace of Mind Pet Care, with a “first dollar”.

Her love of animals and desire to fill a need in the community steered her toward Peace of Mind, which officially opened in December 2020. Thus far, Canute has had experience handling dogs, cats, chickens, goats, horses, rabbits, and geckos. Her services include vacation pet sitting, daily drop-in service such as exercise time and potty breaks, dog walking, and waste removal.

To establish a relationship between the pet and herself, and to ensure a good fit, a meet and greet is offered to every client. To better serve the needs of each animal, the Peace of Mind Pet Care owner is currently enrolled in a professional pet care certification program.

“My favorite part of my job is watching the animals warm up to me and learn to trust me,” Canute said. “I also love having unique experiences of taking care of so many different types of animals. I love my cats and dogs but it is also super cool to have visits with geckos, horses or bunnies, etc.”

For reviews, updates, and photos of furry friends, follow Peace of Mind Pet Care on Facebook.

Those interested or seeking additional information may also call (989) 390-0513 or email

*This article was originally published by the Pioneer Tribune. Click here to learn more about their online subscription to follow more local news.

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