Christina is a wonderful care giver for our Pomeranian. While we were away Christina saw blood in his urine and took him to our veterinarian which is at least a half hour from her home. Christina kept us informed as we spoke with the veterinarian. We absolutely love Christina and the love and respect she gives our Pomeranian.
Takes great care of my dogs- they have fun and like it when she comes to watch them! I love the picture updates :)
This was our first time using both Rover and Christina our dog-sitter. WE have two VERY large, sweet dogs who need a firm, loving approach and Christina hit the nail on the mark. She listened to our preferences, honored our special requests and made us feel absolutely 100% comfortable and content that Link and Leia were going to have a great visit with her while we were in NYC. We just moved to this area ...
Dog Gone Happy! Rated #1 in Milford
Hi! If you need your pup(s) looked after or need housebreaking and/or obedience training then I can gladly help you with that. I have cared for and also trained pups (from 2 months to 16 years old) for a very, very long time. I've trained under ABC's of Dog Training in North Lauderdale, Florida in housebreaking and obedience. If you've added a new addition start their new life with training. It's so nice ...
What Christina would like to know about your dog
I try to get as much important information about your pup as I can so that I can take good care of them as their owner would.
Any special needs, fears, likes/dislikes, commands, their routine?
What's allowed/not allowed?
Any issues or things that you need to let me know that I haven't touched on above?
Your baby will be very well taken care of with us. We are extremely attentive, we supervise them all day long. We will be on the first floor with them the entire day. At night they can sleep on the couch with our dogs. If you would prefer to crate them at night then a crate will be next to my dog's beds. We are at the top of the staircase in our bedroom with the door open listen to everything until they finally settle in for the night.
We are up bright and early every day at the same time ready to greet them with a smile in the morning. We follow a fairly scheduled routine and we pay attention to what they may be trying to express throughout the day ie I need to go for a walk before I have an accident, Im ready for bed, I want to be petted, etc.
As for house rules:
Rule #1 Peeing and pooping must be done outside and not on the rug or furniture.
Rule #2 If your Mommy doesn't allow it in your house, its not allowed here.
Rule #3 Everyone must get along. No bullying allowed by anyone.
Rule #4 Everyone must stick to their own bowl.
Rule #5 When its bedtime, its bedtime--no if's, and's or but's.
Rule #6 Do unto others as you would want to have done to you.
Rule #7 Barking must be kept to a minimum for everyone's sake including the neighbors.