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Alexis has walked my two beagles Abbey and Jude a couple of times now and they are completely in love with her! During her first visit she fed them, gave them fresh water, made sure they had their coats and harnesses on and took them on a walk. I really appreciate that she took the time to build listening skills and was very supportive in continuing their training and applies positive reinforcement. She provides detailed ...
Alexis did an excellent job taking care of my dog, Chica, when I was away for a few days. She sent me detailed updates and photos, which made it easy for me to keep track of how she was settling in and what they were up to. Alexis really welcomed Chica into her home, and clearly they had a great time, making time for walks and play. Chica can be a bit shy when she ...
As a co-worker of her's, I know she is a devoted employee and will help at anytime, whether it be pooch or pet in any manner whatsoever. She also asks many questions on how a dog or cat is doing, to what she can do to help them out during her shift.
Pet Care & Veterinary Professional
Hello! I'm a pet care professional with 2 years experience in the city and a life time of caring for friend’s and family animals . I've worked as a Dog Daycare Attendant, Dog Walker and Boarder as well as an Animal Care Attendant in the ER and Surgery departments at the Veterinary Emergency Clinic (VEC). I have seen and dealt with almost everything dogs and cats can throw at us--- and I loved it all ...
What Alexis would like to know about your dog
In specific to boarding, I must know if your dog gets along with cats as I have my own cat, Turkey. Turkey is great at getting along with all dogs, whatever size or energy level, as long as they are friendly and respectful. Before walking or boarding a dog, I’d like to learn about their energy level, usual routine, training background and medical history. I’d like to know what your dog might need to work on (leash pulling etc), what I’d need to look out for (eating garbage etc), if they have triggers for reactiveness (children, other dogs, cars etc) and lastly, what your dog loves! Please let me know how to keep your dog safe, happy and how to build a great relationship with them!