Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Elizabeth is very imformative. She keeps me updated with lots of pictures and videos of my puppy throughout the day. She answers all my questions quick and very flexible with drop off and pick up hours. Her house is clean and she’s very good with dog. She even gave my dog a bath and gave him a cute bandana. I highly recommend Elizabeth to be your dog sitter.
Elizabeth was awesome! She came and met my pups beforehand so they were very comfortable with her. She’s definitely a dog whisperer. My little Abby is normally so shy and she just loved Elizabeth. She sent us many photos and my pups were nice and tired after their walk! Very happy and will definitely be using her again!
Cats! Yes Elizabeth watched my cats for me. Now you might think cats are easy and don't need much but unfortunately you would be wrong about my two cats. Both require medications twice a day. One does a pill twice a day and the other one does insulin shots twice a day. Elizabeth was great. She came over ahead of time and learned how to administer their medications and was willing to plan her visits ...
Where the Dogs come to Play!
My family and I live in a spacious home with a soon to be fenced in yard where there is plenty of room for your dog to play.
Being an active family, we love walking and running with our furry friends, not to mention our organic lifestyle has also expanded to dog care which means your dog will be given all natural pet products that include Treats, Water Solutions, Foods and Shampoo/Bath Care.
What Elizabeth would like to know about your dog
- Unfortunately, my HOA does have BREED RESTRICTIONS on American "Pit Bull" Terriers and Chow Chows.
- Understanding if your dog has had any troubles socializing with other dogs or people is very important for me to know.
- Your dog's feeding schedule
- Any allergies (eggs, insects)
- Any fears (thunder, fireworks or men)
- Any medications your dog may need during their stay
- Any of your dog's coping skills (chewing, a favorite toy or blanket) to help ease any anxiety of being in a new place.