Dog Boarding

$20
in the sitter's home
per night

Doggy Day Care

$18
in the sitter's home
per day

Dog Walking

Away
30-minute walks
Response Rate
90%
Response Time
A few minutes

Hosting Preferences

0-15
pounds
16-40
pounds
41-100
pounds
101+
pounds
Additional Preferences
  • No Females in Heat

Traveling Preferences

0-15
pounds
16-40
pounds
41-100
pounds
101+
pounds

Availability

  • Available
  • Unavailable
Angela can host up to 6 dogs per night.
Angela can host up to 2 dogs per day for day care.
Dog Boarding Cancellation Policy:
Doggy Day Care Cancellation Policy:
Dog Walking Cancellation Policy:

Reviews

3
repeat clients
22 Reviews

Jennifer P.
Jennifer P.
April 28, 2017
Verified Stay

We contacted Angela for a last minute trip out of town. We were hesitant to leave our dog without previously meeting the caregiver, but Angela had great reviews. She did great with our puppy!

Angela W.
Angela W.
Jesica L.
Jesica L.
April 5, 2017
Verified Stay

Angela was great with our fur family member! I loved the option of leaving our dog in a home with other dogs to play with rather than leaving in a kennel where our dog just does not do well. So glad I found Rover.com to give me other options!

Angela W.
Angela W.
Becca B.
Becca B.
March 2, 2017
Verified Stay

Dixie loves to stay with Angela! She takes great care of her.

Angela W.
Angela W.

About Angela

30
years of experience
  • VolunteerMatch
  • Verified Background Check
  • Frisco Humane Society Donor
  • Rover 101
  • Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue
  • Love Dog Adventures

Your pet deserves the very best!!!

Will take fur babies up to 140. I do not require a meet and greet. We both want your fur baby to have the best possible experience as well as other babies in our care as well. If there is a meet and greet it will consist of your fur baby getting out of the vehicle and making sure that I can handle him/her, that he/she is non aggressive, and will allow me ...

What Angela would like to know about your dog

I want to know about allergies and specific do and don'ts. I want your pet to do what ever he is allowed at home and not pick up bad behaviors that you don't want while he is in our home.

I want your dog to be safe from any diseases in my home, along with the other dogs.
Please follow the guidelines below and seek your vets recommendations:

Requirements: I WILL CHECK SHOT RECORDS EITHER BY RECEIPT OR CALLING YOUR VET. ALSO VET INFORMATION IS REQUIRED. WHERE DO YOU WANT ME TO TAKE YOUR CHILD IF HE/SHE NEEDED SOME KIND OF ASSISTANCE. Also Emergency Contact required: We will not have to use it - but just in case.

All dogs are required to be up to date on vaccinations. These include Rabies, DHPPL, Bordetella. Bordetella must be updated every 6 months.

Rabies (offered 1yr or 3 yr vaccine)
Rabies is a viral disease that causes acute encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) in warm-blooded animals.
Rabies is a virus that in the U.S. is usually transmitted by a bite from a wild infected animal, such as a bat, raccoon, skunk, or fox. If a bite from a rabid animal goes untreated and rabies develops, it is almost always fatal.

DHPPL (offered 1yr or 3 yr vaccine)
DHPPL is a combination of five vaccines: distemper, hepatitis, parvovirus, parainfluenza and Lepto. It's given to puppies in a series of three or four vaccines and then given every one to three years to adult dogs. Along with rabies, DHPPL is considered a set of core vaccines: those universally recommended for puppies no matter what their circumstance.

Bordetella (Offered 1 yr vaccine)
Bordetella must be updated every 6 months to be safe. Your vet will give you a 1 year vaccine. However if you take your dog to the dog park, groomer, vet, board your dog, or even take them to a friends house who have another dog etc. Any place where your dog will be in contact with another dog you must get bordetella updated every 6 months. It has been shown from research and also talking with different vets that the Bordetella vaccine starts to lose its effectiveness around 6 months and declines as each month passes.

Bordetella is.. Kennel cough, the most common name that is given to infectious canine tracheobronchitis is a very highly contagious respiratory disease among dogs. As the name of the disease suggests, it is typified by inflammation of the trachea and bronchi. This disease is found throughout the world and is known to infect a very high percentage of dogs at least once during their lifetime. It is also medically referred to as tracheobronchitis and Bordetella.
Young puppies can suffer the most severe complications that can result from this disease, since they have an underdeveloped immune system that is still strengthening. Also at increased risk are older dogs, which have decreased immune capabilities.

I recommend your dog be on a flea preventative such as Frontline Plus.

Also recommend your dog be on a heartworm preventative such as Heartguard Plus. Heartworms are transmitted by a mosquito. If your dog contracts heartworm the treatment is expensive and a long process that can be fatal in some cases. You can get a heartworm test done at your vet for around $20. Do Not give your dog heartworm medicine without getting the test done first as it can cause more damage if your dog does already have it.

Please consult your vet for further questions.

Your dog must be friendly with people and other dogs. If your dog is shy that's okay. Just no aggressive dogs please.

Additional Skills
Oral Medication Administration
Can provide daily exercise
Senior Dog Experience

About Angela's Home

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