Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Due to an unexpected emergency, our original dog sitter was no longer able to take care of our dogs while we were out of state. Bill was able to come on VERY short notice. He definitely saved the day. I’m not sure what we would have done without him. He sent texts and updates a couple of times per day. The dogs and house were well taken care of. Our almost 16 year old ...
Bill did an excellent job walking our two dogs, one medium sized and one larger, while we were vacationing. He came promptly every afternoon no matter the weather and give them a vigorous workout. Our dogs warned to him immediately, which reassured us that we had made the right choice. We highly recommend Bill and Rover.com.
My little dog, Sassy had an unexpected surgery and recovery period. I had been at wits end about what to do with her as I could not take the time from work. Thankfully, I found Bill able to accomodate Sassy on short notice for the critical time following her surgery. Bill gave me absolute peace of mind that Sassy was well cared for and given attention when I could not be there for her. Sassy ...
A Home A Dog Can Call His Own
Very little demands are made on your dog so they can unwind and feel relaxed in my home. They'll be walked 3 times a day for potty breaks as well as fresh air and exercise. In addition, your dog will be showered with love and attention. They'll be treated as an extended family member and will be encouraged to play openly and freely. I have dog sat for 110 pound Rottweilers and 10 pound Daschunds ...
What Bill would like to know about your dog
If your pet has any food allergies or special medication that needs to be given. I'd like to know if there are any injuries or medical conditions the dog lives with. Which toys does your dog prefer to play with? I like to use their familiar toys that owners will receive back when they pick up their pet. Do your pets enjoy taking rides in the car? Are there any special people food your dog enjoys? Does your pet bark or growl loudly at unknown sounds? And of course emergency numbers and the name and number of your Vet.