I'm a greater sitter because of my numerous years of experience in dog sitting. As a past owner, I know how to make your dog feel loved, and enthusiastic for being with them. I love playing with dogs, taking care of them, and helping you, as a owner, feel better about going on your trips.
I've dog walked over 35 dogs, different size and breeds. I've dog sit about 10 of them, which include walks, play time, some grooming, feeding, and gushing over how cute they are.
I've always loved dogs. My philosophy is that all dogs are puppies to me, if they are mean then they become dogs.
My first dog was a miniature schnauzer named Poochie, however since my little sister was so young, we couldn't keep him. So we gave him to a nice couple.
My most recent dog was a Golden Retriever named Loxie, it being short for Goldie Locks. She was precious. When she was still a pup, I would sit up with her at night and stroke her head until she fell asleep. Regardless of the fact that there were 4 other children, I was the one who feed her, played with her, washed her, and picked up after her. She would wait outside my door for me, and when I came out she would bring me her toy and we'd play. When she died, about 2 years ago, I cried for 3 days. She was my baby girl.
If there are any rules, specific timing for feeding, any strange requests, or if the dog is allergic to anything.
I have no breed preferences.
I have a Subaru forester, there's enough room for 5 people and 2 dogs. It's extremely reliable, and I always make sure to have gas in the tank just in case.
I would be comfortable as long as the process is explained and (hopefully) demonstrated for me.
Yes. Light house work is part of my services.
Overnight: all day, if there are other things that coincide, they I'll spend at least 8-10 hours with them.