I am very picky about my dogs and their comfort is a number one priority to me. My dogs travel with me as well as go to my office daily. Therefore I spare no effort in ensuring their best comfort. Christina is in my opinion the best dog sitter I have used......., ever! She, her husband, and their little dauschund ensure that both my dogs were warmly welcomed and cared for as if they were ...
Christina was great with our 4 dogs and they took to her immediately. We are relocating to the area and are currently at the Residence Inn... Christina came here and took care of our dogs so we could explore the area. We are going to use her again next weekend so we can get out some more.
Definitely would recommend Christina to watch your animals.
I really was very,very pleased with Christina sitting for my fur babies. This was my first time doing this and she was so very nice and sweet of staying in touch with me and sending me pics of my babies. She told me she didn't have any trouble with them at all and I was very happy to hear that from her. I would highly recommend her to anyone else who needs a sitter ...
Sleep over needed for Rover?
I'm Christina (I go by Chris), I'm a 29 year old experienced pet sitter and lover, who is also a certified yoga instructor!
My experience includes:
-Dog Walking/Play-Time, Grooming, Dog/ House-sitting, Daily House Check-ups, and Pet Waste Disposal are the list of services I have provided for families over the past 8 years.
-I spent 2 years bathing dogs at a grooming salon, so I have encountered a variety of dog breeds ...
What Christina would like to know about your dog
I have no breed preferences, I am comfortable in my experience with all breeds of dogs from my work in the dog grooming salon.
I would like to know:
Do they have any special medical conditions?
Do they take any medications?
Are there any sensitive area to not touch/ be cautious of on their bodies?
What is they're feeding schedule?
Do you use keywords for commands? Do you say go potty? or Take a pee!!??
Do they love attention all the time? or Just doing they're own thing?
How do you walk them? Do you use any special training collars?
Do they have a tendency to try to run away/ escape?
What words/ actions do you use for discipline?
Are they allowed to have treats?
How do they act around other dogs?
What is their anxiety level when meeting new people/ places?
I would just like to know as much as I can about your pet for extra precaution/ safety while you're away.