Jen was amazing from the start. She quickly responded to any message I sent Her passion for her job and the seriousness which she approaches it made us feel comfortable leaving ‘our baby’ in her care. She asked great questions about our Lexi so she could provide the best care.
Jennifer sent us pictures of Lexi during her evening visit so we could rest easy.
I highly recommend her and will definitely use her when ...
Jenna is a wonderful pet sitter who has a natural easy way with dogs. I first met her while she was helping at my puppy class. Lily took right to her then and there. Since then, Jenna has come to walk and spend time with Lily while I was away. She did a wonderful job. Not only was Lily well cared for and loved, she sent me updates and left the house in perfect order ...
I provide dog & cat sitting in your home. I have experience working as an Assistant Trainer which allowed me to work with dogs of various ages and behavioral issues. I've been pet sitting for the last 10+ years for various breeds, ages, and health issues. I am comfortable with and have experience giving medications but will NOT do injections. I can also provide baths at needed and light grooming.
I love dogs and cats ...
What Jen would like to know about your dog
PLEASE NOTE; I will NOT accept dogs that exhibit human aggression or have a human bite history as it is not my strong suit. Please make this information known and I may be able to recommend you to someone better fit and with more expereince with human aggression. Nothing against your or your dog but it's not my intention to set myself or your dog up to fail.
-SCHEDULE, while me and your dog can build a schdule over a period of a few days+, if I'm there for less than that it's important for me to know when you typically feed your dog, take them out, and when they nap or play. Puppies thrive on consistancy so this is especially important for dogs under 1 year.
-Does your dog have separation anxiety?
-Does your dog have any allergies?
-Is your dog reactive, fearful, or nervous of new environments, people, animals, or stimuli?
-Any known health issues or allergies (of your family as well if they have dog allergies to make sure they aren't allowed in certain rooms, etc).
-Habits (if they need to go outside, would like to play, eat, getting tired, etc.)
-Do you have a fenced in yard? (not required, I just like to come prepared)
-Commands known & what hand signals and verbal command is used
-I love absolutely love herding breeds but I have a experience and knowledge of many breeds and am willing and excited to take on any dog and to meet new breeds and build my experience.