Spayed and Neutered Dogs
Our Walle loves staying at Isabelle’s! They take such good care of him and always keep us in the loop with photos and text updates.
Woody & Charli had SO SO much fun during their stay. The pictures & videos made us all so much more comfortable especially leaving the puppy (almost 6 months old) for the first time. The dogs came home happy, healthy, & tired <3 It took a couple meet and greets before finding the right Rover person to keep our furkids, but we were THRILLED with the service we received from Isabelle and her home. Thank ...
Isabelle was amazing! She and Mike are wonderful people and true dog lovers. Rocky and Taz enjoyed their time with them very much. I loved the constant updates and photos—definitely helped put my mind at ease. Plan to use Isabelle again in the future. Recommend her highly!
Shelter Exp. + Large fenced yard
My fiancé and I have fostered dogs & puppies for local shelters, so we're well-experienced. We live in a house with a large fenced in yard and walking distance to a trail and dog park. For 2 years, we cared for dogs & puppies with various needs, and now we look forward to getting to know your furry friend and his/her needs and personality!
Having taken care of puppies and dogs recovering from surgery ...
What Isabelle would like to know about your dog
What is their temperament and if your dog gets separation anxiety, what does it look like and what do you do to help?
If your dog is known for escaping, let me know also so I can set up extra precautions.
Drop-off time dictates pick-up time for boarding. Rover's policy is that overnight rates are for a 24-hour period from drop-off. Daycare charges may apply if dogs aren't picked up within a couple hours of pick up time.
Puppies DO NOT need to be crate trained, but dogs should be crate and house trained.
We WILL NOT take dogs with high separation anxiety who barks continuously overnight for multiple nights. I can work with you for drop-in visits. However, we are okay with and understand they might feel regular sadness.
Your dog will be on the first floor and there are rabbits on the second floor. They will be separated by barriers and on different sides and levels of the house, but if your dog has a history of hunting small animals or doesn't like them, please let me know.