• “Certification Pet Parents Can Trust”

PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council PACCC: Professional Animal Care Certification Council

PET PARENTS

WHY YOU SHOULD CARE ABOUT PACCC

No longer should your pets be subject to being handled by people who are unqualified, but pass themselves off as animal care professionals. PACCC is here to help you, the caring pet parent, identify the most qualified, knowledgeable, and committed professionals to care for your family members.   PACCC wants to help pet parents everywhere find the safest facilities for their pets by certifying those that meet the highest standards.  Whether you are looking for a long-term dog daycare solution, or a last minute pet sitting (or dog boarding) facility, we are working hard to provide you with the tools to make the right choice for you and your pet.

FREE GUIDE TO CHOOSING YOUR ANIMAL CARE PROVIDER

Receive your free, downloadable Choosing an Animal Care Provider: What Every Pet Parent Needs to Know guide by email. This handy guide prepared by PACCC for pet parents includes a Professional Animal Care Selection Checklist plus Professional Animal Care Assessment Areas.



As soon as PACCC begins issuing certifications, a searchable directory will be available on this website. Our first certifications are anticipated for late 2016. If ensuring safe care for pets is also a passion for you, we have lots of opportunities for you to get involved. For more information, check out our GET INVOLVED page.

PACCC CODE OF ETHICS

Our certified professionals agree to abide by our Code of Ethics that places the welfare of animals above all other business considerations.

The reality is this industry has a low threshold for entry. There is virtually no standard regulation or education required to open a pet care services business. PACCC says it’s time to turn the tide. Learn more in this video interview with PACCC Co-Founder, Susan Briggs, then please take our short Pet Parents Survey (link, below) to let us know what matters to YOU when it comes to the care of your furry family members!