I have a zoo of animals that Jess has always been friendly with and has cared for fondly. She's always been eager to help out when she can. Having her as a coworker and a friend has been truly special! Her knowledge of animals makes me feel more comfortable, especially when it comes to my needy American bulldog. (Shout out to Jess for helping with Rileighs off again, on again ear infections)
Jess is a wonderful sitter for all animals! She has tremendous knowledge (she's a former vet tech) which gives me peace of mind in case an emergency arises. Jess is responsible, communicative, and will even stay with your animal in your home so they have as much of her company and care as possible. She's the best!
Jessica loves all animals and knows how to care for them. She worked as a receptionist for a vet four over three years and was enrolled in their in house vet tech program. There she learned how to care for and medically diagnose and treat animals. She's always given good pet care advice to us.
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*All that I make on Rover.com will be applied to vet bills for my pup Ranger. He was diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis, and I'm going to do everything I can to improve and prolong his life Thank you for your consideration.* have worked with and enjoyed the company of animals the better part of my life. It all started with dogs that my family had as a child, developing into an encompassing interest ...
What Jessica would like to know about your dog
If a dog has any special needs whatsoever, I would like to learn about them first and foremost. Dietary restrictions, allergies, medications, exercise limitations, and behavioral issues. Of course, I also would love to know their likes and dislikes, their preferred schedule, their favorite walking route, whether or not they like the car window up or down, if they're apt to chase critters, their favorite toy and way to play, and any other adorable (or not so adorable) quirks they may have. I will want the name, phone number, and address of their primary veterinarian, and it would be greatly preferred if their was some documentation of some kind that would enable me to take them either to that vet or an emergency vet, in the unlikely event that a need should arise that I take them there.
I have no preferences as far as breed goes... Every dog is different, with their own personality--it doesn't matter if their mum was a well-papered princess or her bloodline or a happy little Heinz-57 who couldn't tell the difference between a German shepherd and a dachshund.