About Us | Pet Sitting Dog Walking House Sitting | South Shore


Heidi Zazza

I am a retired Not for Profit executive with over two decades of international business experience and hundreds of thousands of global travel miles under my belt. What looked like a life of glamour on the outside, was entirely unfulfilling on the inside.

I’ve spent a lifetime drawn to all things furry and four legged and imagining (during long business trips!) how I can turn my passion for animals into a career. I am also an amateur Dressage equestrian, hold a graduate certificate in Animal Studies and am certified in Pet CPR and First Aid.

During my career, I struggled to find quality pet care while I was traveling. I’ve experienced dog walkers who didn’t show up as promised and boarding in private homes where my dog was confined to a crate most of their stay. Finding pet care for my sweet pup was a constant worry. I was desperate for quality pet care and after leaving my full-time job, I knew I wanted to create a business that other pet owners could rely on.

In 2013, my husband and I took an opportunity to move from New York to the south shore of Massachusetts. At the same time, I retired from the career I’d known for 23 years and began planning the launch of Heidi’s Hounds!

I am dedicated to providing my clients with the peace of mind pet care that I could never find for myself. Safe, trustworthy, personalized care so you can go away guilt free knowing your pet is in dependable and loving hands.


  • Love the pics you always take! Thanks for taking such good care of Ripley. He was so excited when he saw you today!

    Leslie Rakauskas /Hingham, MA
  • Thank you for your unbelievable care of our Scouty-Girl!!

    Julie Pollick-Driggs / Hingham, MA
  • Just wanted to thank you for taking such good care of Riley and Annie for my sister in law. She called me to say how wonderful you were and how happy she was to have found you! For me, you have saved me from the responsibility of being a great sister in law and offering to take care of the dogs when they go away.

    Susan Boyd / Hingham, MA