Ashleigh was a really nice dog sitter! We're glad to have found her. We're sad she's already booked elsewhere for our August trip.
Ashleigh is responsive and responsible. She had no problem taking care of our pup and cat to our expected standards. Will use her again!
Ashleigh was a USF Spring break service participant for the last two years and I was the USF advisor traveling with the group. The service took place at a dog rescue and adoption facility. Our purpose was to socialize the dogs, some very traumatized, in the shelter. Even the shyest dogs responded to Ashleigh's gentle but confident manner. She played a major part in helping them on their way to loving new homes. Ashleigh is ...
Lots of love to give your furbaby!
My love for dogs took me to Horse Creek Wildlife Sanctuary and Animal Refuge in Tennessee during the spring breaks of 2014 and 2015 where I walked dogs morning and afternoon, played with them, and cared for them. They were week long trips where I stayed on the property and was able to bring two dogs home with me some nights instead of them having to sleep in the kennel. I have watched dogs and ...
What Ashleigh would like to know about your dog
I understand that, just like people, dogs have different temperaments and personalities. I am happy to cater to your dog's needs and wants. I have worked with very timid dogs that took their time to come near me, but by the end of my stay they were jumping at the door to see me. I have also worked with boisterous and hyper dogs, so I'm not unfamiliar with having to keep things under control. My dog (Holly) was blind in her last years of life and a dog I volunteered with in Tennessee (Ester) was deaf, so I am comfortable being with dogs with disabilities.
My main goal is to make you and your fur baby happy!