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I know my senior dog was very happy staying with Angela. I appreciated receiving daily updates on how he was doing and what he was doing. Angela has many years of experience with her own dogs but also fostering. She is
very thorough and attentive to your dogs needs. I would call Angela again, no question.
Angela did an amazing job watching my Golden Retriever. He is young, so she listened to my concerns about him getting into certain things and took precautions to ensure his safety. He was very tired, but very happy when I picked him up. I know he had a great day filled with exercise and love! It was exactly what I was looking for. Thank you, Angela!xa.
Angela watched our two 10 year-old dogs, a Lab and a Bichon, in her home while my husband and I traveled out of town. This was after a meet and greet in our home, which exceeded expectations. Angela asked thoughtful questions, from how our girls liked to play to whether they loved or hated their ears rubbed. Sace and Mollie immediately warmed to Angela. During our time away, Angela provided updates and photos. When Mollie ...
Home most of the time :)
Hi! I'm home most of the day and would love to help care for your pet when you cannot. All guest must get along with other dogs and be okay with our kitty cat. I've volunteered for the Humane Society and animal rescues, and have experience as a professional pet sitter. I entirely understand that our pets fill a place in heart that humans cannot and will pamper your pets. With your approval, I'll text ...
What Angela would like to know about your dog
Things I need to know to help ensure your dog has a great experience and for safety:
Medical conditions, special needs, required medications or supplements. What your dog enjoys doing or not doing. Where they like to sleep, when they prefer to eat. House rules, including if allowed on furniture at home. How they communicate when they need to go outside. If they have every shown signs of aggression or fear, under what circumstances, thunder, fire works etc. How he or she does on walks, including when they encounter other dogs, even if the other dog is not so friendly. How he or she does with other animals and people of all ages. I have experience with dogs of all sizes and several breeds. At this time, I prefer dogs 40 pounds or less, but also sit for dogs up to 150 pounds, who do well with other animals, people of all ages, and who are is leash trained and knows basic commands.