Anita's was the perfect place for our dogs for a short unexpected stay. We booked on short notice, and Anita was gracious and accommodating. Our dogs had a spectacular time, she sent frequent updates and photos, and they came back brushed and tired. She was even thoughtful enough to wash their food bowls before we returned to pick them up. This was our first time using Rover and it couldn't have gone better. Thanks Anita!
Anita was patient and loving towards our 5-month old shepherd-mix puppy. His behavior wasn't always the best, but she and her little dog ambassador helped him to feel more comfortable and socialize better. We were visiting from WA State and had an all-day event to attend at Linfield College, so Rollo spent the day with Anita. Her updates and photos assured us he was being lovingly cared for. If we need to bring Rollo with ...
Foxy had a ball. She was so tired from all the play that she slept the entire next day. Thank you
The love and comfort of home!
Animals have always been a HUGE part of our family's lives! Our family raised AKC Dobermans for the majority of my childhood, so having 13-14 dogs in the house was just a usual thing for us. Without our animals, life just seems so empty! I have experience with all kinds of animals in many different capacities. Special needs animals (mobility issues, aging, injuries, post operative care, wound care, medication, comfort care, etc.) are absolutely welcome ...
What Anita would like to know about your dog
My boys are pretty laid back, and I don't have any breed bias. I have yet to meet a dog they didn't accept openly. That being said, some dogs just aren't socialized well and tend to be aggressive to other dogs, especially when their owners are not present. I don't take chances with my boys, so any open aggression within the first few minutes of the meet might make me refuse to board your dogs with mine. If you have any idea that might happen, please ask me to schedule a meet and greet ahead of your stay date. This gives you time to find another sitter without dogs, or with dogs that are better accepted by yours. The last thing I want is to have either of our dogs hurt. If something changes during the stay and aggression breaks out, I do have the ability to separate whoever is starting it, however, I absolutely hate to do that. If you wanted your dogs locked in a room alone, you could do that at home!