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My dogs did great with Emily. I really liked the way she did the "meet & greet". She let the dogs get used to house, then they met her son, then her dogs, then explore outside. When we went back for our stay, my dogs ran right into her house without hesitation. She kept us updated with texts & pictures. I highly recommend her, we will be using her from now on.
Emily took great care of our high-energy pooch, keeping her well-exercised and loved. We will definitely be dropping our dog off with her again!
Emily was the perfect match for our golden - Ducky. She went above and beyond to make sure our high maintenance pup was well taken care of. We were only in the area for a couple of weeks and having ducky at a kennel was not working for him as he was very anxious the whole time. We needed to find somewhere that ducky would get some extra human love and cuddles and that’s exactly ...
Animal lover and owner from birth
ATTN: For all new pet parents, I do require a meet and greet before a first stay. Please contact me at least 48 hours before you plan on dropping them off to give us enough time to get together. Meet and greets are required as a safety precaution to guarantee the safety of my family (furry and not) and any guest dogs that are under my care. Thank you!
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What Emily would like to know about your dog
Before welcoming a dog into my home, I require a meet and greet. This will give the owner and I a chance to meet and an opportunity for their pups and mine to check each other out. I would like to know about any health or behavioral issues beforehand so I can plan accordingly for their stay with me. It is also helpful to know about any fears (garbage bags, thunder, fireworks, men in hats, etc), if they have shown signs of separation anxiety and to what degree, and if your pet has any particular quirks that I should be aware of.
While I don't think that any particular breed is more dangerous than another, I will not accept dogs that show aggression to other animals or people in my home for the safety of me, my family, my pets, and other animals in my care.