Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
Jenn has adored dogs since she was a babe. She is a careful and loving person who does everything in her power to make her furry friends comfortable. She has a great home with a huge fenced lot and a doggie door into the garage. Even her truck is set up with leashes from both sides to hold the dog in the middle of the box - just in case they want to head to the ...
Jennifer is a kind young woman who has unlimited patience. While visiting, she was dedicated to attending to her dog Surge, as well as all the other dogs in her charge with extreme care. We were happy to see that our dog was energetic and happy when we came back, as opposed to sullen as he has been when we picked him up from over places. She truly attended to his physical and emotional needs ...
I lived with Jenn for the first couple of months that she parented her puppy (who was 11 weeks old when she got him). She was incredible with him - loving, patient, attentive, firm when training him and playful! She had clearly been around dogs and animals her whole live and was well-practiced at the art of animal-caring. She took him on many walks and adventures, introduced him to other dogs, played with him and was ...
Large Fenced Yard- Always Playtime
I'm Jenn, and I am a fun loving, energetic, hardcore animal lover. I have grown up with dogs my entire life, have completed two 4-H Canine obedience projects with my own dogs, and have worked part time in dog kennels. I have a large fenced yard that needs to be filled with play and snuggles. I am 21, am very much into sports, and I have a super social four month old border ...
What Jennifer would like to know about your dog
I don't have any breed preferences all are welcome! However, if your dog tends to bark a lot or gets aggressive with other dogs I would like to plan for this well in advance; I want to make sure that there are fewer dogs in the house at the time of their visit. Other than that I like to be on the same page as you in terms of training cues and rules (are they allowed to sit on the couch or bed, is there a skill they are working on, words and hand signals that you use, etc.), of course though we can have that discussion when you drop them off.