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Deanna took fabulous care of my poodle. It's a great family environment, where everyone's love of dogs was really apparent from our first meet and greet. There is a great yard for the dogs to play in all day. Deanna sent photos and it was clear they all were getting to "know" my dog. Their own dogs are great too. I'll definitely leave my dog with Deanna in the future.
Deanna treats our dog as if it's her own in the best way possible! She works on training with him too on their nice long walks, is very flexible with her schedule to accommodate our dogs needs and most importantly takes great pictures for updates during the visit!
So great! Gracie is very high maintenance and Deanna took it in stride. We dropped Gracie off after she suffered a minor FCE stroke so her gate was compromised. She gave us regular updates and even sent us videos of how great Gracie is doing. Deanna made sure Gracie fit into the pack and ensured she was cared for to the highest degree. HIGHLY recommend.
Nice dogs GREAT YARD home full-time
I’m home full time and would love to care for your dog in the style they are accustomed to. My dog care specialty is providing fun low stress socializing opportunities for dogs. I keep my numbers low and carefully monitor interactions so outcomes are good. I take Great care in arranging groups of compatibile animals. I’m flexible to their needs. I’m also comfortable with dogs that have medical requirements, eye drops, pills ...
What Deanna would like to know about your dog
Don’t worry about the answers to these questions every dog has it’s quirks! I just like to know. Does your dog get along with cats? Are they reactive with other dogs? Do they get along with dogs of all sizes? What games does your dog like to play? Do they know any cool tricks? Is there an obedience issue you’d like me to work on impriving? When does your dog like to eat? Is your pup food bowl reactive? Does he have allergies? Does he take medication? How much exercise would you like him to receive?