No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
We had to leave our dog for a day care while visiting Hearst Castle. Courtney - did a wonderful job cuddling with our 9 lbs poodle. Very nice and friendly.
I love bringing Zoë to Courtney’s house. It’s always so peaceful and calm and Zoë always leaves happy!!
I couldn't have asked for a better first experience with a dog sitter. Courtney took excellent care of my 17-year-old blind little dog, including walks and administering medications. Regular updates and photos assured me that all was well at home.
About Courtney & Joshua
While away,your dog can be at play!
Hello Pet Parents! San Luis Obispo couple readily available to assist you with your dogs needs while sharing love, respect and compassion for all of the other animal friends out there.
Courtney and Josh both grew up with animals surrounding them most of their lives. The beginning of their animal filled life was with dogs! Their love for all animals has continued as adults. They’ve always had at least the minimum of one companion ...
What Courtney & Joshua would like to know about your dog
• Double checking to make sure the dog is safe to be with and doesn’t bite because it’s around new people is important. This will be asked.
•Making sure they aren’t a barker due to separation anxiety is also important to neighbors being so close by. A dog that can be worked with well is wonderful. Warm, sweet, listens to simple commands and doesn’t jump are great furry friends to have around.
•Crate trained is checked off in the details and is necessary for boarding. It helps prevent potty accidents at night, roaming around at bedtime and also helps them feel comfy in their own little home while they sleep.
•Whatever food your dog eats will be asked to be included with their drop off. Every pup is different and food they’re not used to eating can get them ill.
•Notes are a perfect way to make sure everything is on track for day care, doggy sleep overs and walking. Details for food schedule, treat time, they’re usual behavior and NOT they’re usual behavior is so helpful. Communication is key!