Beth was so wonderful with our very shy pooch. Sharky can take months to warm up to people enough to let them touch her, but she let Beth give her scratches after one day! We felt so comfortable leaving Sharky in Beth’s care, and Sharky looked truly comfortable there when I picked her up. We’ll be back for sure!
Beth is amazing. Thank you!
This was our first time with Beth and couldn't have been happier on every aspect of her care. She is an amazing person, pays attention to details and clearly is very experienced. She made our dog very comfortable from the very first interactions. We have never left Sasha, a standard poodle, 17 months old, with anyone until yesterday. Beth provided excellent care, and Sasha really seemed to enjoy his stay. We feel very fortunate to ...
Your Dog's Home Away from Home
Life-long dog owner, rescuer, walker, care-giver. I have a particular soft spot for "special students" who may need extra loving, accommodation for anxiety, epilepsy, medication or help with their senior needs. I have completed the Red Cross certification in Cat and Dog First Aid and CPR.
*~*~*~*~*~*~*Feel free to request a booking for dates marked as "unavailable" simply because people's plans sometimes change. I'm happy to discuss*~*~*~*~*~*~*
I typically board only one dog at a ...
What Beth would like to know about your dog
I love to know all the details and quirks of personality so I can make your dog as comfortable as possible as soon as possible. Don't hold anything back. I'm fearless!
Please also know I have significant experience with epileptic dogs. I am comfortable with their special needs. Please contact me for a custom quote if your dog has significant special needs.
I will only feed your dog food and snacks/treats that you provide and specify.
Here is a handy "packing list" for you to reference:
-Adequate food and treats for the entire stay *plus one extra day's worth in case of emergencies
-Several favorite toys, ideally including at least one that can go outside, something cuddly if that's your dog's thing, and something hard to chew as a chew toy is often comforting in a new environment.
-A favorite, bed, mat or blanket (or all of the above) for cozy sleeping.
-If your dog is picky about eating or has special preference on particular bowls, please bring bowls, otherwise I will provide them.
-Leash, harness/collar and clearly readable ID tag and rabies tag attached.
-A brush if your dog's fur is easily matted and the stay is longer than 4 days.
-Please always complete the Rover care notes before your stay, or alternatively bring them written out when you begin the stay.
I'm looking forward to meeting you and your dog!