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Audrey is wonderful, and my little Maltese was very happy there. He was wonderfully cared for, and will be returning to Audrey's when I go away again in August. I suggest you book her early because her schedule fills up very quickly.
Audrey was great! My dog loved her and her husband! She sent daily updates and pictures of my pup! Will definitely use her again! Thankyou so much for caring for Mickey!
LifeSavers!!! Audrey and her husband took excellent care of Bailey. I will certainly request their services again the next time I travel. Bailey recently had surgery and required extra love and attention and Audrey and her husband certainly delivered. Audrey sent me plenty of updates, including pictures. Bailey clearly felt “at home” and was a little spoiled when she got home (which I love).
Just like going to Grandma's House!
1-Quiet and older neighborhood; great neighbors!
2-3 bedroom brick home, fenced in backyard.
3-Mature; have always had a pet until recently when our best friend & 4 legged child died at the age of 21 due to natural causes.
4-I am retired, we have been married 35 years/
5-Your pet will be a small dog and will have full run of the house.
6-He/she will be left alone for short periods of time while ...
What Audrey would like to know about your dog
Small dogs as my house is not large and I am more comfortable with a little dog or two in the house as I anticipate them having full run of the house and a small dog will not feel claustrophobic. I have kept two Cavaliers in the house for a family member; they were happy (they know us) and are used to being kenneled or baby sat so other than their frustrations about the fact there were people on the sidewalk and coming and going across the street and that they could not have my bird house or the birds they had a ball. But I felt that because they are country dogs used to few or almost no neighborhood activity and many acres to roam that they were not getting what they really needed.
Ihave an above ground pool. A little dog cannot get in it as it requires a ladder but a large dog certainly could. I do no plan on my pool being part of the activities when visiting me. smile time.....Therefore I need to know:
1- Do you know of any medical issues with your dog?
2-Shots and tag to date
3-Flea treatment or meds if due during stay
4-Bring dog's food and kennel or basket, favorite toys
5-Does dog have any fear of kids or people such as a man or a child
7-Aggressive habits your dog may have?
8-Special words your dog reacts to on a daily basis
9-Your dog's means of expressing his/her need to go out to potty
10- General rule of thumb on what your dog thrives on and what upsets your dog. Ex: is your dog afraid of cats? (our last one was - his Mother loved to chase cats twice her size) What does your dog think of other dogs??
11-I do not have any breed preferences, just small and manageable. I want room on the sofa for me, too!