Dogs Over 1 Year Old
No Females in Heat
Jenny (and the rest of her family in the house) was a great Petsitter. I felt very at-ease leaving my elder furbaby with her for 9 nights so that we could vacation. She provided me several pictures daily which showed me that my little girl was very comfortable on her "vacation". As a matter of fact, I think the first 2 days back home she was a little depressed at having to leave her new ...
Jenny is a great sitter! My dog was not liking the "camp" environment at a local daycare/boarding facility so I looked up Jenny on a recommendation, knowing that I would be going out of town as the end of the summer. My little guy was treated like part of the family and I got a bunch of pictures of him chilling and just being a dog. When I used to pick him up from ...
Perfect stay as always! Brownie has become a regular at Jenny’s.....highly recommend!!!
Peace, Love & Muddy paws Kent, Oh
I have been very fortunate to have experienced over 20 years caring for and enjoying the companionship of adorable canines as well as a few sassy feline friends along the way. I will care for your furbabies as though they were my own while providing a fun, safe and loving space for them to live while you're on your adventure. We will have lots of snuggle time, fun walks and play or lounge around in ...
What Jenny would like to know about your dog
I have absolutely no breed preference. I love them all, however, I do need to know about his/her temperament for safety reasons and any quirks or special needs he/she may have :) Below are some guidelines to consider before booking your stay with us :)
POTTY TRAINING~ It is understandable that accidents can and will happen and I am prepared for these things, however, for sanitary as well as safety reasons, I do require that all of our guests are potty trained and know how to signal for that much needed potty break.
DISPOSITION~ In order to keep things peaceful and again, safe for everyone, it is important to make sure all doggy guests play well with others (dogs & humans). Not only will there occasionally be other canine guests present, but we have recently adopted a 3yr old Goldenchow who has become a wonderful new addition to our family/pack ;) Loki is socialized and loves to meet & play with new friends, so if your questioning whether or not they will get along?, well then, that is exactly what Meet & Greets are all about. :) and we would love to meet you!
*There will never be more than 4 dogs including Loki, on the premises at a time*
DIET~ Does your dog require a special diet while in our care? Just jot down your dogs' nutritional needs including the time they eat as well as measurements and I will be happy to oblige them. Please also include any supplements and /or medication that they would need as well.
TOYS & CHEWS~ Please only bring max 2 toys if possible. I cannot guarantee that they will neither exist or be in perfect shape by the time the stay is over. Dog toys are like socks and remotes, sometimes they just disappear into the abyss.
IDENTIFICATION~ Please make sure to have updated identification tags on your pup when they arrive. Microchips are wonderful but they are not always a full proof method of having a pet returned quickly and safely. If in the very rare chance your pup were to get away from me, tags are universal in that most everyone knows to just simply check the tag info and make a call. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to deal with microchips so TAG TAG TAG !! :) Having both is ideal :)
NO FLEAS PLEASE~ Please make sure that your pets have been treated for fleas before they visit with us so to ensure the comfort and safety of all our doggy guests as well as the humanoids that live here. Thank you a thousand times in advance for this one :)
WALKING WITH DOGS ~ There are only two occasions in which I will choose to use the backyard (fenced in) for doggy exercise rather than walking; When super strong pups pull incessantly and when the weather is undesirable ( heavy rain/blizzard & extreme temperatures ). My goal is "better safe than sorry" every time and so if I feel like a pup may escape me (from wriggling out of their harness or from pulling the leash out of my hands) than I consider that scenario as "high risk".
When the weather is being unreasonable (which is often the case here in Ohio) than the pups get to run & play freely in the backyard (always monitored) more often during the day than usual. This always means lots of muddy paws and wet dogs to wipe downs & bathe but its well worth it considering the alternative, renegade doggies. eek!