Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Jennifer, Champ, and I just got to know each other this week. Day 3, there was some unexpected work that needed to be done to my apt that required Champ to be in his kennel. The maintenance people approached Jennifer to say they were ready, which was completely unexpected while I was at work, and she just jumped right in to make sure Champ was taken care of. She went above and beyond to be ...
Jennifer's enthusiasm for furry animals began at a young age when she shared a "tea and biscuit " party with her first dog (tea for her, dog biscuit for him !) Over the years she has brought patience, kindness, and caring skills in her interactions with pets. Exercise, feedings, brushing, and giving of joint supplements characterize a daily care routine. Special comfort and care was given to her beloved dog during his last days. These ...
Jennifer is one of the most compassionate and caring individuals I have ever met. Her kind heart and gentle nature genuinely coincide with her dedication and enthusiasm in providing exemplary animal caregiving services.
Jennifer brings a warmth and a comfort to all those she meets. On several occasions I have witnessed her impeccable attention to detail, her love and respect for animals and their families, and her sincere passion and desire to put forth a ...
Lots of Love and Care to Give!
Hello! My name is Jennifer and I'm passionate and dedicated to helping your dog feel happy, loved and well cared for. I have two dogs whom I love dearly, and understand how critical it is to know your pets are safe and loved. That's why I desire to give pets and pet parents peace of mind, and what I want to give youand your dog! I'm able to walk (or jog!) with your pet, take ...
What Jennifer would like to know about your dog
All breeds are welcome!
Before caring for your dog, I would like to know:
Is he or she afraid, nervous or agitated by people, certain noises or objects outside (such as cars driving by, skateboards or bikes)?
What activities, games, or treats does he or she enjoys the most?
How does he or she walk on leash? (pulling or tugging hard, etc)