Emily is terrific! We can’t wait to use her again.
My pups and I are so grateful to have found Emily. She provides thoughtful communication, is responsible & respectful at my home, and loving towards my fur-babies. I trust her implicitly.
We’ve had many sitters and some were quite good...Emily is the exceptional!
Emily just house-sat my 10 year old Australian Shepherd. I couldn't have asked for a better experience. Emily is extremely responsive, caring and watches all the little details. She kept a detailed record of all his walks/bathroom activity/ball play/ meals etc. She even left a printed out picture of my dog, along with her notes on the counter! LOVE! I would absolutely trust Emily to stay at my home and watch my dog ...
A huge dog lover to spoil yours!
Hi, I'm Emily. I love all dogs and will give yours all the attention and care they deserve while you are away. I have grown up with dogs for most of my life, and when I moved to England to study several years ago and was unable to have a dog of my own, I eased my deprivation of dogs by regularly sitting for neighbors, with whom I've formed great relationships and loved their dogs ...
What Emily would like to know about your dog
Your dog must be up to date with vaccinations and treated for flea and ticks. If you have a puppy who is not house trained, there will be an additional fee for clean ups, etc.
If possible, I would like to meet with you before I first look after your dog to get to know them a bit beforehand.
Important things I like to know include: how your dog gets along with other dogs/people; any particular anxieties or phobias your dog may have; rules, routines, or training regimens you have for them (e.g., getting them to sit before going outside or eating, places they are not allowed in the house, etc.); any trouble they tend to get into that you'd like me to look out for (digging in the yard, for example); and any past or present medical/health issues, as well as medication needed. I also like to meet your dog ahead of time with you so that I'm not a stranger when I come to see them without you there.