Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Ashley & Zachary did an amazing job! Without reservation, I would recommend them to house sit and care for your pets. Our cat is easy but our dog is a rescue, has a history of abuse/neglect and is a challenge. Ashley & Zachary took the time to meet our pets and make them feel comfortable before staying in our home. They have knowledge of how to deal with challenging behaviors and were successful in ...
This was our first time using Rover.com, needing to find someone to watch our pups for 10 days. The first profile we read was Ashley's and reached out to her. Immediately she responded, and was interested in meeting us. It was important to find someone to take good care of our dogs as well as finding someone you could trust staying at your home. Ashley and Zach came to the house, met our exuberant ...
Ashley is wonderful! She has stayed at our house with our dog and two cats on multiple occasions anywhere from a weekend to multiple weeks! She is knowledgeable and compassionate toward animals. She's medicated our animals when necessary and always goes above and beyond to make sure that they're well cared for. Additionally, she's reliable and easy to communicate with. We always miss our animals when we travel so we love getting updates and pictures ...
FILM PHOTOGRAPHER & WORK FROM HOME
My name is Ashley. I've worked in equine facilities for nearly a decade, and the animal care industry for the last five years, of which have provided me with extensive knowledge concerning animal welfare. Before picking up photography full time, I was an animal caregiver for private clients. I've cared for a wide variety of animals ranging from newborns to seniors, handicapped to high energy, anxious to aggressive, and everything in between.
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What Ashley would like to know about your dog
When it comes to meeting our new "two" and "four" legged clients, first impressions are important! We highly suggest and prefer an initial meeting with you and your animal(s) as a proper introduction, and to go over information / instructions. Our first priority is the wellbeing of the animals we care for - we want to make sure they are comfortable with us and that we can provide the best quality care for them. It is helpful to know your animal's personality, triggers, daily routines, medical history (medical conditions, allergies, etc), and anything else you find important that we should be aware of. It is also helpful to have a list of preferred contacts we can reach out to in the event of an emergency (family, friends, neighbors, veterinarian, etc).