Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Excellent place to leave your pets!
If you have a dog and Brittany has an opening there is no better place for that pup to be! Book her now!
Penny always has a wonderful time over at Brittany’s!
Ranch Life in the 'Burbs
I've always had multiple dogs (currently five) and cats (currently one). Even at a young age I was passionate about caring for animals so I learned as much as I could about the different breeds of dogs and cats and their healthcare needs. Through our work in the animal rescue community, my husband and I have had the opportunity to gain hands on learning in wound care and special medical needs of dogs of all ...
What Brittany would like to know about your dog
To help make all holiday plans run smoothly, please note that all holiday bookings are made on a first come, first serve basis. Our holiday rate is $40/night/pup. As we have limited space over the holidays, please understand that confirmed bookings are subject to the cancellation policy. If you have any questions or would like recommendations for other sitters, please let me know and I'll do my best to be of use.☜
Texas is a lovely state (obviously the best state, but that's neither here nor there) and there are many things to love about it. However, Texas also has a lot of wildlife and the perfect conditions in the summertime for flea populations to explode (NOT lovely). To keep our pets, your pets, and everyone else's pets as close to flea free as possible PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE bathe and/or treat them prior to their stay here. I will be obligated to decline future stays if a pup appears to have set in fleas. I appreciate your understanding.
I require all male dogs over the age of 12 months to be neutered to stay in my home. There can be many behavioral differences between intact and neutered males. Generally, intact males are territorial, making them more likely to mark inside, prone to aggressive outbursts and dominance displays such as mounting, scruffing, and smothering. In addition to behavioral differences, their proclivity to roam can increase their chances of injury from fights and car accidents. The decision to keep your pet intact or neuter them is a very personal one, which I respect, but I want all dogs under my care to be happy, healthy and enjoy playtime with the pack.
TELL ME MORE:
I would like to know your dog's habits, good and bad. "Bad" habits are not a deal breaker.
- How does he/she let you know they need to go out?
- Are they crate trained?
- Do storms make them anxious?
- Do they like to chew on things?
- Do they bark when bored?
Knowing your pup's quirks means I can provide better care. I would much prefer to know any habits, good or bad, than to call or message you unnecessarily while you're away.