Alex did a great job taking care of my dog, Finn, while I was out of town visiting my sister in L.A. last month. Finn is a bit older and has to take Rimadyl for his arthritis and hip dysplasia but he can be a pain about taking his medication. When Alex and I scheduled a meeting and greet, she came during the time I would normally give Finn his Rimadyl so that she ...
I was so so so so happy with my experience having Alexandra care for my pit mix Rocko!!! Rocko has A LOT of energy and is really muscular and strong and several walkers I have had in the past have had a difficult time keeping him under their control if he sees another dog, a squirrel, children running, people playing with balls, etc. I have had a really hard time finding someone that doesn't find ...
Energetic, Experienced Dog Trainer
Why did I become a pet sitter? Because I LOVE dogs of course! I love dogs because they are the most genuine and sincere creatures on the planet. All they want to do is to give and receive love (and maybe get a butt scratch, a treat, and a game of fetch too!), they have a purity that no human can possess. If you're looking for an experienced, passionate, and energetic pet sitter, you've come ...
What Alexandra would like to know about your dog
Anyone thinking of bring their dog to me should answer the following questions at some point in our initial conversation or at our meet and greet:
Does your dog take medication?
Is your dog friendly with other dogs of the same gender or opposite gender?
Are there any dogs that your dog does not get along with?
How do you usually respond if a stranger and their child approach you and ask if they can pet your dog?
Does your dog have any favorite toys, snacks, places, or activities?
Does your dog have a high prey drive? (do they like to chase small animals, balls, etc?)
Do you know of any trauma they may have or any triggers that might make them react fearfully/aggressively?
What times do you usually feed your dog and what is the serving size?
Do they have any allergies or are they on a special diet?
Is it okay for them to have any grain-free treats I might have with me?
Is there anything else you think I should know about your dog?
I have no breed preferences, I love all dogs; big and small and everything in between.