Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Dawn is a blessing in disguise. She took care of our two dogs as if they were her own. She even fixed the dog bed that was chewed on. If you’re looking for an amazing dog sitter without having to worry Dawn is your person. She was so thoughtful with providing pictures and videos everyday.
Dawn was a fantastic dog sitter! She went above and beyond to take care of our two dogs. We did a meet and greet prior to the dates we were taking off. She asked questions regarding our dogs traits, medical care, and their likes to make sure they were well taken care of. Her two dogs, Donut and Maddie, are super sweet and got along great with our two big dogs. One of our dogs ...
Our pup had a wonderful stay with Dawn. Dawn was very flexible with drop off and pick up times, helped cater to our pup's energetic spirit, and did an amazing job keeping me updated throughout the day on how our pup was doing.
Dawn is wonderful with dogs and really understands how to make their stay as comfortable and fun as possible. I highly recommend Dawn.
Daily walks, lots of love & K9 pals
About Me- and my dogs.
I usually share my life with multiple dogs at a time - I have two, a 14 y/o black lab mix named Donut and Maddie a 7 1/2 y/o chocolate lab. Donut is chill and is super dog-friendly and really enjoys visitors, both canine and human. Maddie is really affectionate and in true lab fashion, she is full of life and loves everyone. I love having a “pack ...
What Dawn would like to know about your dog
The most important thing for me to know is your dog’s daily routine. Keeping their routine as close to what they are used to will make it less stressful for them, and really, everyone.
I totally understand the rare situation of marking in the house - but I ask that your dog be 100% house trained and able to control their bladder/bowels while in the house. I do have a full time job and I never leave anyone home alone for more than 8- 8 1/2 hours.
How many times a day to you feed your dog(s)? When?
Are they food aggressive? Are they food obsessed?
Do you give them treats? When? How often?
Does your dog go on daily walks? How many walks per day? How long of a walk?
Are they well behaved on the leash? Do they chase after neighborhood squirrels or cats? Are they dog aggressive when on the leash?
Is your dog house trained? Do they ever have “accidents” or "mark" inside the house?
Does your dog try to escape? climb fences? able to unlock gates? bolts when you open the door to come in/ go out?
Does your dog enjoy riding in the car? Do they get car sick?
Is your dog afraid of or react to thunderstorms? fireworks? What can I do to comfort them?
Things you should bring for your dog:
• Dog food
• Any medicine they will need plus instructions as to how /when to administer.
• Comfort items such as a bed/ blanket or crate (if that’s your dog’s thing), favorite toy or special treats.
FYI: I have plenty of toys for Donut, and they are more then welcome to play with those. Donut is completely non-possessive with it comes to his stuff. I also have treats.
I admit that I do really like larger dogs, but I am good with all sizes. I do prefer not to watch very small / toy breeds (under 10 pounds).