Brady is, by far, the best candidate I can recommend to be a dog sitter with Rover. I have a unique experience with Brady that shocks our friends to this day. I was deployed overseas a few years ago. After I had deployed, the foster for my dog, Maverick, fell through. I scrambled to find someone but struggled. I had been introduced to Brady as he was moving to the area but did not know ...
Brady is a joy to have as a dog sitter! My pup adores him and I know he's getting tons of exercise and love while I'm away. Brady is both responsible and responsive, and I can tell that Brady loves my dog back, which makes leaving town so much easier. Extremely highly recommended!
Master Chuck-it Thrower :)
Hey Denver! I grew up in a large family (5 siblings and 5 dogs), and have been dog-sitting for friends and coworkers for years... though am only now figuring out I can actually get paid for it!
I have extensive personal experience with several of the more popular breeds - labs, heelers, terriers, boarder collies, chihuahuas, and huskies to name a few - though between work and a few non-dog-friendly hobbies of mine (e.g. swimming, mountain ...
What Brady would like to know about your dog
Standard dog stuff:
What are your dog's 'quirks'?
How sociable is your dog? (other dogs, children, etc.)
How energetic is your dog? How well does it respond to commands?
Does your dog have any medications / is your dog caught up on all its shots?
Does your dog have a microchip? (worst case scenario!)