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This was a long trip away and we knew Jackson would have fun at Brooke's house. We loved seeing Jackson's vacation photos while we were busy taking our own. This is our first choice whenever we are going away.
Another fun trip for Jackson! Brooke's family gives him so much love and attention. They will play ball with him as long as he wants and he gets extra love at bedtime!
A quick trip but Jackson had so much fun with Brooke and her family. We love getting updates and photos during his stay. You can tell he loves it there.
Safe haven for timid & top dogs
Hello! I am a married, homeschooling mother of three boys looking to fill my time with some furry friends. I grew up with chocolate labs and love the breed. I am a past member of the Loving Eyes 4-H Seeing Eye Puppy Club, in York, PA. I raised a seeing eye puppy and gave her basic obedience and house training. She went on to become a guide dog in CA through The Seeing Eye in ...
What Brooke would like to know about your dog
I now require Meet & Greets before booking any first stays. Please make sure (if this is your first contact with me) you are requesting my services with at least seven (7) days' notice before your stay would actually begin. A minimum of one weeks' notice allows us to check schedules to find a day & time that works for us both and to change plans if necessary. Meet & Greets are important for you as a responsible dog owner, and for me as a responsible sitter. It is essential that we meet in my home so your dog can explore the house and yard, and we can get to know each other and talk about your dog's usual routines. This gives us the opportunity to see how comfortable your dog is with us, and how comfortable we all are with each other. Scheduling a Meet & Greet does not guarantee the stay will be booked, but when owner and sitter mutually agree upon booking a stay, Meet & Greets do aid in a pleasant & relaxed drop-off on the first day of the booked stay.
I have no breed preferences, but I would definitely want to know the overall disposition of the dog before sitting. Is he/she a jumper? A barker/growler? Laid-back? And, most importantly, does he/she get along with children?