Alexandra is absolutely wonderful with dogs - she has a significant amount of experience with them, and will ensure that your dog receives the best possible care while you are gone. I've known her for several years and seen this passion for animals first-hand. Apart from experience gleaned from growing up around dogs, she has worked in a vet clinic and has also dog-sat for my dog a few times - my dog can be quite picky ...
Alexandra is been a responsible, compassionate, caring, knowledgeable pet owner since early age. She considered her dogs as her brothers and sisters and not only she took care of them with love but also learn every single information she could find about how to better care of them. As soon as she was old enough she volunteered at a veterinarian's office where she acquired some medical knowledge and also gained some experience with walking and ...
Alex is the only person I will leave Pixel with. She's watched my dog every weekend for an entire summer while I was going out of town for work. I always felt assured that when I came home they would be cuddled on the couch watching tv together. She is such a trustworthy person, after that first weekend I never worried. She handles dogs so well and they just have a natural affection for her ...
Flexible hours and attentive care!
Hi, I am Alex, a pre-vet student and animal lover, currently studying at UVM. I have always had a soft spot for dogs of all kinds, and have lived most of my life with aussies and a high spirited Pomeranian. No stranger to dog walking, I currently volunteer at a no-kill shelter in Williston (All-Breed Rescue) mainly walking adoptable dogs and working fundraisers. I have also had two separate experiences working and volunteering in vet ...
What Alexandra would like to know about your dog
When walking dogs it’s important to know their tolerance for other dogs in the vicinity. Is your dog territorial? Let me know if I need to give your pup more space from others when walking to ensure the best experience. Does your dog have any noise triggers that upset them? Let me know what triggers they have, so I can best cater to their needs and safety. All dog breeds welcome!