My family has had a pup ever since I can remember. As soon as I moved out on my own I got 2 so that I could come home to love and affection and excitement.
In March of 2013, my girlfriend and I drove to Tennessee to adopt our 3rd pup! His name is Buster and he is a chihuahu/min pin mix. He was hit by a car when he was just a few months old and was left at the vet by his owners, so once he was rehabbed and ready to move to a home, we swooped in and took him in. Is about 90% blind, but he's still got a lot of character and spunk!
Needless to say, this man has a lot of best friends.
I know how attached someone can get to a dog and that is why I will provide your dog(s) with the best care in order to make him(her) comfortable.
As long as the dog is comfortable, I am comfortable. If you need me for 1 night or an entire week, I'll be there for the dog and for you no matter what.
I love social media and everything associated with it so you can expect text and picture updates everyday so that you know how much fun your pup is having and that he/she is happy, safe and sound.
I've never lived life without a dog. I become so attached to them that they honestly do become my best friends and companions and when I lose one its as if a family member is lost. There are no better animals on this planet than a dog.
I have been a dog lover for as long as I can possibly remember!! The entire story is explained in my bio!
I have no breed preferences at all! The only thing I'd like to know is what their favorite activity is so that if they feel anxious or nervous or worried I can just play with them until they forget all about their worries.
Absolutely. I have a vehicle that I'd trust anywhere in any type of weather.
If need be then I am. I have had to do so unfortunately a few times for other animals, it's sad doing so but sometimes it is necessary so I have no problem doing so.
Yes of course. I approach it as if I am giving the illusion that someone is sleeping in the house every night. The mail is brought in, the normal tasks are completed, not only does it appear as if there is someone there as usual, those things also put the dog's mind at ease if he/she is used to a routine.
It absolutely depends on the dog, the situation and the owner. I have no problem staying 1/2 hour or 4 hours if need be.