Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
I've taken my two girls (GSD and Lab, both under a year) to Brit a couple of times for doggie daycare and she is phenomenal! Brit is communicative and sends updates with pictures every few hours. She keeps them active and entertained throughout the day, so they're exhausted by the time I pick them up. My dogs love going to Brit's house!
Brit is such a fantastic dog sitter. We absolutely love being able to depend on her to watch our boxer.
Brit is the absolute BEST!! She took great care of Willie & Maya.
For Huskies and Husky-Loving Dogs
Happy holiday season to everybody! Please try to book soon if your dog wants to vacation at our home this December. With the rainy weather we're enjoying getting to meet a lot of awesome new daycare dogs as well!
My work in the petcare field came out of necessity when we adopted Aspen, our Siberian Husky mix, a few years ago. Aspen came to us as a confirmed escape artist with some behavioral issues and ...
What Brit would like to know about your dog
Our most frequent clients are other huskies, but that is less about favoritism and more because huskies tend to have a certain style of play and communication and do great among similar-minded dogs. They are very expressive, interactive, and laidback dogs who respect each other's space, but can also be vocal, mouthy, and energetic during playtime. In my experience, other spitz breeds, herding breeds, bully breeds, and most small dogs tend to do very well in my home. Guests cannot have any aggression issues for everyone's safety, and must be up to date on vaccinations.
We can be a great environment for puppies or small dogs who don't have a lot of social skills, or aren't used to big dogs. We have two very patient adult dogs who are great at teaching the ins and outs of "dog manners" and body language. But dogs who are highly reactive, or terribly fearful of other dogs due to past trauma, may need more work than I can safely give them in our home. We also take in large/giant breeds on a case-by-case basis if I'm confident we can meet the dog's space and energy needs.
Anything you can tell me about your dog's quirks, likes, restrictions, or fears, will help me make them feel that much more comfortable while in my care.