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Thank you to Heidi and family for caring for, and loving up my pup. He had anxiety and illness after I left him with another caregiver so this successful, worry free stay makes us so happy. We will definitely be asking Heidi to care for our dog.
Heidi and her family are terrific! They treated Jameson like a valued puppy of their own family. She not only helped with his crate and potty training, but seems like they worked on some of his basic commands as well. We definitely recommend Heidi and will user her again.
In the past, we used several times Rover.com for boarding our dog. As we moved in the Corona area few months ago we needed to find a new sitter for a 8 days trip. So I had a "meet and grit" with Heidi and knew right away that she was the one. During our trip we received a lot of pictures and information about Sam. It was very comforting as leaving our dog is ...
where pets are family
Hello, I have worked at camps, ranches, and vet offices over half of my life. I was a vet tech for 6 years. Now I am a stay at home mother and wife. My family and I love the outdoors and animals. We are looking to bring the two together. I am able to give medications if needed and lots of love of course. A home away from home for your pets. Please take a ...
What Heidi would like to know about your dog
How well does your dog do a the dog park? What are their favorite things to do? What is your dogs temperament? Do they growl bark or nip? What should I know about rover before we get started?
Does the dog experience separation anxiety? Ask the owner if they're comfortable leaving the dog with you in the home for a few minutes so you can experience how the dog reacts firsthand.
Most dogs have little behavior quirks, like carrying their food bowls around before dinner time or barking at the mailman. The more you learn about potential problem behaviors, the easier it will be for you to prepare for them.
Introduce dogs on neutral territory. Instead of letting dogs greet in the doorway or in your yard, take them outside to a neutral place like the sidewalk. Give dogs enough leash so they can circle each other instead of greeting nose-to-nose. Separate them if they aren't getting along.
Verify pick-up and drop-off times. For stays in the dog owner's home, verify the plan for receiving the key and returning it, along with when you'll arrive and depart.