Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
No Females in Heat
Barb loves dogs. I have been fortunate to spend time at home with her, her husband, and beloved Boston Terrier while canine "guests" were receiving much affection, playtime, and special accommodations. Barb takes to heart what pet parents relate about their dogs (fears, medicinal needs, physical and behavioral restrictions, diet) and follows their directives to a tee, while still caring for the pets as if they are a part of her family. The house is ...
Barb and Bill did an excellent job with my dog! I would recommend them to anyone who is looking for a dog sitter. Barb kept me updated on Willie's stay by sending me emails of pictures of him and let me know how he was enjoying his stay. He seemed to fit in very well there. They have a big fenced in yard where he could play, and they took him for walks. I will ...
Barb and her husband were great. We have a rescue dog (Bella) who was left in a cage for her first 8 months so we are very careful who we leave her with. We had a meet and great to see if Bella was compatible with their dog Pixie. We immediately knew they were a match, as they ran around the fenced in yard like they were buds for years. We had several pictures sent ...
Dogs LOVE our big fenced-in yard!
Don't put your dog in a kennel! Let your dog live WITH us, as part of our family, where they can run around in the large "park-like" fenced-in backyard, sleep on the couch, enjoy TV time, or watch me make dinner! Your dog will be a happy "guest" INSIDE OUR HOME and enjoy "tug of war" playtimes, human companionship, and new sights and smells on their leashed walks around our Lebanon neighborhood (near Hershey, Harrisburg ...
What Barby would like to know about your dog
I'd like to show you and your dog our backyard (where he/she can run around safely) and the inside of our home where they will play, rest and sleep. We also supervise their feeding times. You'll get a chance to see how us "people" live too! Pixie, our friendly 9 year old Boston Terrier will want to meet her new "friend" too.