No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Angela watched our cat while we were on vacation. We love our cat but sometimes she can be a little difficult. When Angela met her she was so friendly and loved our cat as her own. Surprisingly, our cat warmed right up to her! She did a great job in taking care of her, feeding her, and even changing her litter box while we were gone. She even brought our mail in when the post ...
Angela dog sat for our fur baby many weekends and vacations for my husband and I. Not only was she awesome with her and trustworthy, she's a beautiful woman with wonderful wit, humor, and charm! I'm more than happy to give my name as a referral!
If you're looking for someone to trust with your fur baby, look no further. Call Angela and do yourself a favor!
Misses to kisses with Mary Puppins!
I've had the joy of managing a busy mall pet store in Dallas so I am experienced and comfortable with most creatures from fur to feathers and while most of my clients are dogs and cats, I am open to offering care for those that slink, slither, and swim as well. Before retiring from several years in corporate insurance, I had the painful job of leaving my babies at the door each morning knowing that ...
What Angela would like to know about your dog
Obviously I need to know any and all medical, emotional, and dietary needs, but going beyond that it is equally important that we are on the same page on important issues such as training and behavior rules you have set so that consistency can be kept allowing us to reduce anxiety and confusion for what can be a stressful transition for everyone. I believe that your feelings and needs are just as important, so let me know what I can do to put your mind at ease so you can work or play knowing that you have made the best decision possible by trusting your baby to my care. In addition to any requested contact or scheduled updates from me, I encourage you to text or call any time, day or night...I'll even put them on the phone to hear your voice. On a more serious note, I will take the time to go over a simple but informative questionnaire that will ensure I know everything about my new friend. Does he show signs of separation anxiety with unusual or undesirable behaviors? Is there any place or way that they don't like to be touched or handled? Sensitive to certain sounds, scents, or situations? Where do they go when they're happy? Sad? Scared? Are they leash trained or a Houdini Wannabee? While I am energetic and love to play, I know my limitations...I am no longer able to safely handle very large, heavy, head strong or untrained dogs with jumping up, fighting, biting or defiant tendencies. I cannot accept any socially aggressive animals in our home as I have and may care for other animals and safety for all is a must, but may make exceptions on an individual basis for care provided in your home.