Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Amelie loves to stay with Amy ! She so much enjoys playing with the other dogs! Thank you for another great experience,
Josie had a great time with Amy and her family! She was very attentive and caring and completely put our mind at ease. I would recommend Amy to anyone who asks.
Amelie was quite happy with her day care experience at Amy's! I appreciated the care that Amy took to ensure that Amelie would get along with her dogs and her interest in learning all about Amelie before her stay. Amy made sure that Amelie's needs were met and that she had a good time. A great experience! We are looking forward to the next stay with Amy!
Responsible Stay-At-Home Pet Sitter
I've had dogs most of my life. My husband and I have three West Highland White Terriers-Tucker, Walter, and Lily. All three were rescues and adopted as puppies. Our dogs are well mannered and enjoy playing with other dogs. In the past I trained several therapy dogs and used them in my work with psychiatric patients. I've had extensive involvement with the West Highland White Terrier Society of CT where I served as President and ...
What Amy would like to know about your dog
Safety first! I would like to know about your dog's temperament, ability to get along with others, behaviors, habits, likes/dislikes, medications, medical history and typical daily routine so that I can make your dog's stay in my home safe and comfortable for everyone. Your dog should be comfortable being crated overnight and for short periods of time (e.g. meal times to avoid conflicts between dogs). If you do not regularly crate your dog or if your dog has an aversion to being crated, I have an ex-pen that can be used instead of a crate. If you're not sure how your dog will react to being crated at night, let's talk. I have several suggestions of things you can do to prepare your dog for his stay with me. If you're planning to be away for more than a weekend and you're not sure how your dog would do being crated at night, I'd suggest you board him/her for a one night trial to see if he/she will acclimate to our environment. Again, safety and comfort for people and pets is my priority.