Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Chelsea has a deep love for all animals. She grew up taking care of her own loving and rambunctious dog and since then has done extensive animal sitting and volunteering. She currently volunteers for Furry Friends Refuge and is smiling cheek to cheek when she leaves. Chelsea is incredibly responsible and will make sure that everything is in order. I recommend her as a caregiver wholeheartedly.
Chelsea loves animals! She cared for our pet for almost 13 years and they were best friends. She is a caring and responsible person who seeks to ensure that animals are safe and feel wanted and loved. She has volunteered at animal shelters and once took in a shelter dog on a temporary basis to provide much needed attention and support for her. She is devoted, conscientious and patient. I highly recommend her as a ...
Chelsea has lots of hands on experience caring for pets. She loves animals of all kind and can never resist playing and giving love to our household dog or any other animals she meets. She is very competent in all areas of pet care including walking, feeding, and socializing. Her kind, gentle, and compassionate nature makes her an ideal person to trust your pets with! I can fully recommend her as the perfect dog sitter.
Happy to cater to your dog’s needs!
Hi there! I am a compassionate, friendly, and reliable individual who has loved animals since I was young - I always tell everyone that dogs and kids are my two favorite things :) I grew up with a wonderful Labrador Retriever mix (who sadly passed away last summer), thus I am fully aware of the duties, attention, and love required to care for a pup.
Additionally, I have volunteered on-and-off at various animal shelters throughout ...
What Chelsea would like to know about your dog
Comfortable with dogs of all sizes, however most of my experience is with mid-large size. Would love to know beforehand the dog’s general behavior, “quirks”, or any specific information that will be useful on walks/while checking in (i.e. is your dog people/animal friendly, does he/she jump, is he/she trained to sit at street crossings, etc.)