Amy is a great house and pet sitter. She was very accomiidating to our pets needs, especially our dog, Widget. Widget is reactive to other dogs and takes some extra attention when walking. Amy had no problem. The house was just as it was when we left. I will always request Amy for house and pet sitting through Rover.com!
My dogs were so well taken care of. They all loved Amy from the very start. Amy made sure to text and ask questions if she needed clarification. The whole process was also easy and stress free.
Amy was a fantastic dog and house sitter for us. She followed through on all of our instructions, kept us informed regarding how our dog was doing via texts with pictures, etc. She is very responsible and reliable, respectful of our home, and we highly recommend her! We're planning to use her again in the future when we are out of town for overnight trips or need her to check in and take care of ...
Life is better with a pet.
I have had pets my entire life. As a family we had a beagle, a poodle mix, two toy poodles, a domestic short hair cat, and two parakeets. When I was younger I spent a lot of time on my grandpa's farm in Michigan with cattle, chickens, and ducks. Currently my husband and I own two long haired cat's named Norbert and Momo. We rescued Norbert at 4 weeks old when someone abandoned him in ...
What Amy would like to know about your dog
A Meet & Greet will be scheduled with all new clients. My husband will often be with me during these Meet & Greets. A lot of pets have issues with men, so if that is the case please let me know.
Please fill out as much of your pet's Rover profile as possible. I will need to know about any special needs your pet has with regards to your preferred veterinarian, your pet's health, personality, feeding, and their normal schedule. I do not have any breed preferences as long as your pets are well loved and cared for. Please be honest about any behavioral issues and their history so I can be prepared when pet sitting for you. I will require every client to fill out a questionnaire and read and sign a Veterinary Release Agreement and a Legal Consideration document.