Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Ashley, one of my long time co-supervisors and long time friends, is caring and trust worthy while on the job and in her daily life! Ashley is truly compassionate, dedicated, and dependable which she has shown through her work ethic and experience with pets. I recently adopted a rescue with severe anxiety, and Ashley was a great support, resource, and mentor for her care. I highly recommend Ashley for your pups care and well-being!
Our pets are family members to us. We have 2 older, high-maintenance dogs: one is completely deaf, and the other one is a neurotic, needy, anxious baby. Therefore: a trustworthy, responsible and engaged pet-loving sitter is really important to us. I can’t say enough about the care and attention that Ashley gives to the dogs in her care. She is friendly and reliable, and our dogs love her. She gets on the floor with ...
Ashley is a warm, compassionate woman with a dedication to animal care that began in childhood and carried her through an animal science major in college. While only 23, Ashley has always been the favorite in the work positions she's held, animal related or otherwise. I have no reservations what so ever in recommending her as a pet sitter/walker. Do yourself a favor and hire her. Scruffy and I wish she lived closer by.
Home full time, medium fenced yard
I have lived with pets my entire life. I went to an agricultural high school where I cared for livestock animals and domestic pets. I attended Penn State University and graduated this past May, with a degree in animal science and a degree in wildlife and fisheries science. I am available daily and hours can be flexible. I love working with and being around animals, especially dogs. I frequently pet sat for neighbors in high ...
What Ashley would like to know about your dog
Does your animal have any specialized needs with regard to diet or exercise? Are there any medications being taken that would need to be administered by me? What is your animal’s temperament? How do they interact with other dogs and strangers? Are there any fears or things that make your animal uncomfortable I should avoid doing? I.e not liking paws, back or stomach being touched. Do you keep your animal on any sort of food/walk schedule that I would need to follow?