I have known Holly for many, many years and she has always had beloved pets in her life. Holly is an amazingly dedicated and loving caretaker of her own dogs, and I know that this would carry through to all animals (dogs, of course) that are in her care. Holly would be a wonderful dog sitter to take care of your dogs while you are away. I recommend her services via Rover.com! Thank you!
ANY pet would be priveleged to have Holly walk them! She is kind, considerate, loving, responsible, patient and one of the BIGGEST animal lovers I know. My dog Tink absolutely loves her! Holly had a beloved dalmatian named Bailey for 14 years until she crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. Bailey was well loved and well cared for. Holly then started fostering dogs and gave one a permanent loving home with herself until he, Jack Black ...
Holly is the most caring dog sitter I could imagine. I've known her as the dog-parent to two dogs and she has shown both dogs tremendous love and care. She has also cared for a number of friends' and neighbors' dogs while they were out of town. She is extremely trustworthy and reliable.
Loving pet care when you need it
Hi, I'm Holly.
I unfortunately no longer have unlimited availability as I will have a M-F 9-5 job; but I am still available on weekends, as well as nights. I would love to provide loving care for your precious pet if you go out of town for a weekend and need someone to come over and give them bathroom breaks, food/water and love/play time. Or if you just have a long day at ...
What Holly would like to know about your dog
No breed/size preference, I love them all.
I'd like to know your dog's personality and meet them before coming into your home, to ensure they are comfortable with me being in their territory and ensure that they won't be aggressive or scared. Preferably, I'd like to meet you and your dog at your home.
For home visits, I'd like to know the dog's routine, what food to feed and how much (if I'm providing mealtimes), any treats they can have, favorite toys to play with, the command words you use (such as "lets go" or "go potty"), etc.
For walks, I'd like to know where their harness, leash, and poop bags are located, any behaviors I should be aware of if/when we come across other dogs (ie, can they 'say hi' to other dogs or is it better to cross the street to avoid, etc), if they get a treat during or after their walk as a 'reward'.