Spayed and Neutered Dogs
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This was the first time that I used someone outside of my family to pet sit. Harriet was great from the meet and greet to the pick up. She helped both me and Rascal to feel at ease about our upcoming event. Rascal is still young and has lots of energy. She was right there with him with lots of patience and love. She sent lots of pictures and updated often. If she would like ...
A five Star! The best of the best! Harriett and Larry kept us informed of how Gracie was getting along. We really appreciated them and will use them again for sure if we bring Gracie to Biloxi again. Thanks to them and to Rover.
I was very impressed with Harriett's professionalism! From the minute we met by Text, she gave me the impression that she was very dedicated to caring for her four legged guests. I met Harriet for an introduction to Prima Bella - and me of course. I was comfortable with her from the onset. She was so attentive to details pertaining to Prima. I will use Harriett again! I also recommend her whole heartedly.
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Larry and I are dog lovers from the "get-go" and I have "dog sat" as far back as when I was 13 or 14 years old. Obedience school with one of my first was learning experiences, and volunteer work at animal shelters has also been a great learning tool. Larry was raised on a farm and naturally, a dog has always a part of his life ...
What Harriett would like to know about your dog
We need to know the breed, age, weight. the pup's current shot records, (your vet will e-mail them to us, if needed), and whether he/she has been neutered/spayed. We do not take females that have not been spayed nor do we accept pups over 40 lbs. in weight. (Some exceptions are occasionally made for special needs pups.) Your pet must be housebroken and no exceptions can be made for this rule. Puppies have accidents, for which we are prepared, but yours should be well on the road to being completely trained. Finally, we cannot accept any pet that likes to chew on everything that comes into his/her view, but prefers doggie biscuits and/or chewy bones made of flavored, treated leather. We do not take labradors over 40 pounds, and especially if it is still in the "puppy" stage. Unfortunately, As much as we love labs, some can be much too destructive. We can never accept a pet that is not well groomed; clean and with trimmed nails prior to arrival. Thanks!