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Heather left our pups worn out and happy as could be. They always have a great time and are in good hands with her!
Heather is great! Would highly recommend her to care for your pups! Great personality and communication!
Heather is wonderful! Very caring and keeps me updated
Dependable & Caring, True Dog Lover
I only board 1 Dog at a time, so they will get my sole attention and love while in our home! We (my husband, Jake, and I) do not have children or any dogs of our own- so your pup will be our #1!! :)
Since our 17 year old cairn terrier, Sassy, passed 2 years ago we have not gotten another dog-- this is the first time in my life I have not had at ...
What Heather would like to know about your dog
I truly love ALL dog breeds and I mean that 100%!
A little about some of the dogs I have cared for:
I have had in my care multiple Labrador retrievers and they are just the sweetest, big fur-balls there are! If a lab could speak: "Let's play, let' play, take me on a walk, throw something I can fetch, let's go, let's go-anywhere!", would probably sum it up! :) They are such wonderful dogs, with HUGE hearts of gold!
I have also cared for golden retrievers, they have a special place in my heart as one of my family dogs since birth. The most loyal family dog, always seeming wiser than their years and so full of energy, they are tremendous cuddlers as well, I have laid on the floor and snuggled with golden's more times than I can count!
I have sitted for a Border Collie now for quite some time and she has a big piece of my heart! She is a beautiful, intelligent, loving obedient princess. She will go on walks forever, as long as I keep trucking, she is right by my side. She will fetch just about anything and if she even sees a tennis ball, it's over! You are looking at hours of non-stop play. I love her energy and it is so clear that her heart and soul needs that love and activity we share when we are together.
I have also cared for many smaller dogs as well from my personal family dogs to others own dogs from Yorkies, to Dachshunds to Miniature Poodles.
I hand picked my first little dog a Maltese, when I was only 4, she was the cutest little white fluff ball I had ever seen and it was love at first site. She was the most adorable companion a girl growing up could have!
I have cared for a Lhasa Apso, they may be small and have the cutest faces but boy do they carry big personalities! The Lhasa Apso I would do house visits for was 14 years old and the Queen of her Castle and she made sure everyone knew it :) I loved her to pieces for her endless spunk and her adorable under bite that made me smile every time I saw her. She was older and had diabetes, so I did handle her medical care during our visits, providing insulin shots and oral medication. I am very comfortable with "senior" dogs and providing medical attention to them, if needed. The older a dog gets the more love, respect and tender comfort they deserve, I am honored and happy to provide that to yours.
Let's talk about pugs!! I mean, how incredibly wonderful are these little doggies! I have cared for multiple pugs in my pet-sitting time and they are just a barrel of fun! I love how they just want to be present with you, the epitome of a lap-dog, so content and eager to please. But they will go, go, go if they feel like it, running in circles and fetching and snarling over stuffed animals- some of the sounds that come out of those precious pugs makes me belly laugh!
One of the great loves of my life was our cairn terrier, Sassy. She had a face that could melt your heart and such a personality! She was madly in love with her burger squeaky toy and would fetch it back and forth until she was so tired she would just lay right on top of it and fall asleep. She was the perfect companion and would go with us everywhere. She was my couch buddy, beach buddy (professional seagull chaser and boogie board rider), camping partner (chipmunk chaser), sidewalk strolling, furry best friend and she lived to be 17 years old. In those years she was given constant TLC and no dog could have been loved more.