My neighborhood is very calm with not much traffic. I currently live with my parents, but we are willing to allow a beloved dog to stay here for the required time needed. Our backyard has plenty of room to fun around in, plenty enough for several dogs.
I am currently enrolled as a sophomore at California State University, Sacramento, and attend classes 2 full days a week (Tuesdays and Thursdays).
I have always been a lover of all kinds of animals. Anybody who steps foot inside my house will recognize that immediately. While my family has only our dog for a few years, I have always been quick to play with one of my friends' dogs or if passing by one on the street, will gladly say hello. All animals are my pride and joy, and to be able to provide an owner of one with pet-sitting service brings great happiness.
I would only ask to know the dog's personality and habits in walking. For example, if an encounter between him/her and another dog were to occur, would the dog be friendly enough to say hello, or would you prefer me to not let them interact?
Yes; although I do share a car with my parents, I will do whatever I can to gain access to reliable transportation.
I have not received any medical training, so if the medicine requires giving the dog a shot or anything as serious as that, I would feel uncomfortable, in the event that something goes wrong.
If my services are required on a Monday or Wednesday night, I may only be available for a few hours because of school the following days, but the rest of the nights I will work with you to decide what is best, and depending on how long of a stay is required.
My backyard is about 100 feet long, a little over half that wide (I'm only guesstimating, but there is definitely enough room for a dog to run around in). We have a detached in-law unit that my grandmother from my mom's side lives in, but she is an animal lover as well.
My neighborhood, Woodlake, is a very nice and quiet neighborhood with not a lot of traffic. If I were to watch your pet at my house, I will take him/her on walks in my neighborhood, and with owner permission, a dog park.
If my services are required at your home, your neighborhood will be my main choice, or any parks nearby.