Dogs Over 1 Year Old
No Females in Heat
Diana was great! She took wonderful care of our little girl and sent us lots of pictures and updates! I definitely recommend using her
Super happy with Gracie staying with Diana. After meeting with Diana the first time, I knew she was the perfect caring person to take care of my little one. She went above and beyond and Gracie and I are very lucky to have found such a great doggie Mom.
Diana was amazing!! I received photos the entire time I was away from my baby which let me know she was in excellent hands and having the best time! Will definitely being using Diana again!!
PAMPER YOUR PET! ONE DOG ONLY!
I started Rover because I miss having a dog. Our two Pembroke Welsh Corgis, Buster and Lucy, have passed away. Lucy left us February of 2015. I started Rover a few months later. Lucy was twelve when she died. She was a rescue Corgi with lots of medical problems and required a cart towards the end of her life. We had to do many things to keep her comfortable. I can provide this kind of ...
What Diana would like to know about your dog
Rover has great resources. During our mandatory Meet and Greet, we will talk extensively about your pet.
Dogs have to be potty trained and over one year old.
I need to know that your pet is on flea, tick and heartworm meds plus the required shots performed on a yearly basis by your vet. A tag verifying rabies shots is mandatory.
I must see a photo of your dog before our Meet and Greet. Request pictures be brought to the meet and greet.
Jot down questions to ask during Meet and Greet. Rover has some available.
I do not have a breed preference but I cannot handle dogs over 40 lbs. in my home. I will do drop-ins for larger dog if they are very well behaved.
I will not book dogs that are aggressive with people, especially children. If your dog has a history of snapping or biting I will not book.
Mild dog aggression is okay. I have no pets and can restrict dog interaction. Drop-in clients must advise of dog aggression.
Dogs with very mild food aggression are ok but I MUST be informed at the Meet and Greet.
You do not need to bring your dog to the Meet and Greet unless I request it. However, for drop-ins it is best that I meet your dog at our Meet and Greet.
My Rover calendar is locked during your request and the actual booking.
For first time requests, a quick response time is mandatory. I will not wait longer than 30 minutes for a response to texts if we are in a first time conversation about a dog stay.
Telephone calls to discuss your dog are not necessary unless I ask to speak with you.
If we make a Meet and Greet appointment and you are over 15 minutes late (without texting me), I will not wait and will not book.