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George and Layla were well taken care of and loved by Jamie. Layla is only 5 lbs and I was worried about how she would do with a large dog in the home, but Jamie is so thoughtful about his size and allowed Layla the opportunity to get familiar with him on her own terms.
Jamie was wonderful! As a first time Rover user with a nervous puppy, I didn't quite know what to expect from this whole process. She has set the bar high! Jamie sent photos with updates and communicated well with me leading up to our dog's stay. We look forward to using her again. Thank you, Jamie!
I'm a first time dog mom and needless to stay I was pretty nervous leaving the country and trusting someone else with my pup. I couldn't be happier with Jaime and Radar's (her dog) care! Thor had a blast and was well cared for. I will be using her services again.
Lifetime of love for dogs
WHY PICK ROVER: Because you get the assurance of knowing your beloved pet is enjoying their vacation as much as you are.
WHY PICK ME: Because I love dogs. I enjoy sharing my home with your pup and spending time playing, cuddling, and relaxing. Typical kennels, both at your vet/groomers and the "pet resorts" have multiple pets, and employees that are on a set schedule. Your pet still spend 85% of their time in a ...
What Jamie would like to know about your dog
What helps any separation anxiety? How do you correct bad behaviors? I ask all owners to provide a bed or something with your scent( t-shirt or such). I also prefer that you provide food, it's not an expense thing, but when dogs abruptly switch foods it can upset their tummy and lead to bowel issues, and a cranky animal.
I want them to be happy and comfortable while they are in my home. I take every measure to make sure that your dog and mine stay safe and healthy. I have multiple precautions in place to make sure that they stay secure during outside breaks, as well as methods to segregate if the pups need time apart or separate feeding locations. I also believe that a tired pup is a happy one!
WHAT TO BRING: your dog's food, and a comfort item(like your T-shirt or their bedding), Leash, collar, proof of Vaccinations.
WHAT NOT TO BRING: toys, food bowls. ( I got this covered.)