Esme-Aisling I.

Esme-Aisling I.

Dog Boarding

$30
in the sitter's home
per night

House Sitting

$33
in your home
per night

Drop-In Visits

$15
30-minute check-ins
per visit

Doggy Day Care

$22
in the sitter's home
per day

Dog Walking

$15
30-minute walks
per walk
Response Rate
100%
Response Time
A few minutes

Hosting Preferences

0-15
lbs
16-40
lbs
41-100
lbs
101+
lbs
Additional Preferences
  • No Females in Heat

Traveling Preferences

0-15
lbs
16-40
lbs
41-100
lbs
101+
lbs

Availability

  • Available
  • Unavailable
Esme-Aisling can host up to 3 dogs per night.
Esme-Aisling can host up to 2 dogs per day for day care.
Dog Boarding Cancellation Policy:
House Sitting Cancellation Policy:
Drop-In Visits Cancellation Policy:
Doggy Day Care Cancellation Policy:
Dog Walking Cancellation Policy:

Reviews

8
repeat clients
23 Reviews

Deb S.
Deb S.
Aug 22, 2018
Verified Stay

My dogs love Esme more than me. I am so jealous. But when I travel this also gives me total peace of mind.

Esme-Aisling I.
Esme-Aisling I.
Jennifer S.
Jennifer S.
Aug 13, 2018
Verified Stay

Winston loves Esme. She was super sweet and took amazing care of my baby Winston. She would send me pictures and messages about what he was up to during the day. Winston now gets super excited every time we pull into her drive way!! We will be using Esme again for doggy day care!

Esme-Aisling I.
Esme-Aisling I.
Joanne C.
Joanne C.
Jul 4, 2018
Verified Stay

Esme was so friendly and made us feel comfortable with dropping off and leaving our dog behind with her. She sent us updates throughout the day and was extremely flexible with our pick up time changes. I would highly recommend using Esme as your dog sitter! She was wonderful and I know our puppy had such a great time under her care.

Esme-Aisling I.
Esme-Aisling I.

About Esme-Aisling

33
years of experience
  • First Aid & CPR
  • Verified Background Check
  • Rover 101
  • Bingo Pet Hospice Donor

Fulltime Sitter = Fulltime Care

Please read my entire profile because I’ve included some hints in it that may help your dog!

What separates me from the rest of the pack?

Glad you asked!

*I am a full time sitter which means your dog receives full time love & care.
* I have over 3 decades of pet care experience.
* I only sit dogs from one family at a time.
* I never overbook.
* Updates with photos throughout the stay.
* 24 ...

What Esme-Aisling would like to know about your dog

For me, the most important part of your dog's stay happens before the stay at the optional, but highly encouraged, complimentary Meet & Greet.
Dogs are unique individuals--that's why they capture our hearts. Your dog is not like any other and at our meet & greet I'll try to get a good feel for your dog's unique personality traits so I can give my best quality care. I will ask questions about his normal routine so I can mimic his or her schedule as closely as possible. This is also your opportunity to see where your dog will be so you're confident a qualified person is keeping your dog safe, happy, and most of all, loved.

As promised here a few tips that may help your dog be happier & healthier.

Does your dog go off his food when someone else cares for him? Try this: when feeding your dog at home invent a phrase to announce feeding time. I have clients who tell their dogs it’s time for a “good dinner.” Use whatever phrase you like but use it consistently over time.

What does using a special phrase do for your dog? Well it acts like a secret code. You know how dogs will calm down when a stranger says their names? How they look at the person with their heads cocked as if to ask, “Hey! How do you know my name? Are we buddies?” Well, the dinner code word process produces the same result. When a caregiver knows the dinner words it makes your dog feel at home because something he associates with home is now happening in another place!

Does your dog have thunder anxiety? It may not actually be the noise that is scaring your dog. Atmospheric changes can create conditions that increase static electricity. For some dogs static builds up in their coats producing a mild, but unpleasant and uncanny charge. It is the static charge that is actually frightening them. The thunder is simply the thing that announces that the charge is coming.

If you notice your dog trying to get into tight spaces, especially a tile floor like in a bathroom, he may be trying to ground himself. Try this: place a rubber mat in the area where your dog goes during a storm. The mat will ground your dog and he’ll soon get over his fear! You can then move the mat to a “thunder safe zone” where your dog can go at the sound of the first boom.

Want to switch your dog’s food but dread tummy upset? In addition to following directions for the food switch, try adding some canned pumpkin to your dog’s diet. Be sure to get ground pumpkin and not pumpkin pie mix. Pumpkin is a great remedy for both doggie diarrhea and constipation.

Check back for more tips to help your dog lead a happier life!

Additional Skills
Oral Medication Administration
Senior Dog Experience
Can provide daily exercise
First Aid/CPR
Special Needs Dog Experience

About Esme-Aisling's Home

Lives in a House
Non-Smoking Household
No Children Present
Has a Fenced Yard
Has 1 Dog, No Other Pets
Esme-Aisling's Pets

Alasdair Bark Lee

Australian Shepherd
1 year, 4 mo. old, 40 lbs.
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