Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Andrea had already been doing drop in visits for my corgi puppy for a few months so when I went out of town for 2 weeks, I knew my pup would be in good hands! My corgi was so happy to see her and Andrea sent me updates consisting of a summary and pictures every day. I could tell she was well taken care of, had plenty of play time and attention. Her being only ...
It’s impossible to find someone more caring than Andrea!
She’s amazing! My dogs love her and I trust her to take the best care of them!
CPR & First Aid trained, Dog Lover
Dogs are family. They deserve the attention and care that comes selflessly from the heart. As a graduate with a BA in psychology, I have a strong sense of empathy for others and that definitely includes animals as well. I love dogs. I strongly believe that we must acknowledge that dogs have their own unique preferences and needs according to their personality; I am a patient and passionate young woman, who's committed to make your ...
What Andrea would like to know about your dog
DISCLAIMER: I cannot take care of violently aggressive dogs or dogs that lash out unexpectedly, sadly it's a deal breaker for me. If you have any doubts concerning my disclaimer, I’ll be glad to clarify.
For Dog Boarding purposes I can only host small dogs (2-16 pounds) that are crate trained/housebroken. YOUR DOGGY MUST LIKE OTHER DOGS. I live in a apartment home with my husband and my own small doggy. It’s PREFERABLE that they own their own crate or kennel, for I have to leave the apartment sometimes during the day to visit some other doggies and I like keeping the dogs I host separate while they’re unsupervised. It’s never more than 3 hours daily. The rest of the day your baby will be walking and playing freely in my apartment.
It's essential that I get notified or briefed throughly about any health conditions, medication schedule or special need accommodations, so I can adjust accordingly to be able to provide adequate care.
Also, I'd love to know your doggy's general likes and dislikes, and general behavior pattern: playful or passive. So I can adjust adequately to your baby’s needs. And give him/her a great time.
When I’m hosting your baby in my home I want them to feel as comfortable as they are at home with you. I do have a medium size doggy bed (super comfortable), doggy blankets (great for snuggle) and lots of toys that are for sharing. They’re also allowed on our couch. But I know many doggies are used to their own little beds, toys and blankets. So I encourage parents to bring all of their favorite things.
Things that are a MUST bring: food and water bowls, of course their food, collar with dog tag, leash and walking harness if you own one.