Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Jessica took great care of Gigi!
Jessica was very responsive and flexible. She sent many pictures and updated me throughout the day so I knew what he was up to. My dog had a blast going on a walk in through the snow! I would book with her again.
Jessica was an amazing host!! She took suck good care of my dog, taking him out to play with her dog, Harper and sending steady photos of them playing in the snow together. It’s very obvious she loves dogs and knows how to keep them happy and healthy. I will definitely use her whenever I’m
In the Mammoth area if she is available. If there were a six star rating I would say she deserves ...
Work-from-home dog lover
Hi there! Thanks for checking out my profile. I'm a Mammoth Lakes local who works from home 80% of the time. My boyfriend, Austin, my dog, Harper, and I live in a condo in the heart of town. We've been on Rover for a few months, but we've watched our friends' dogs many times over the years and we love having well-behaved pups come visit. For boarding and daycare we only take one dog at ...
What Jessica would like to know about your dog
Mammoth Lakes is a winter wonderland 6-7 months out of the year (November-May). For boarding, daycare & walks in the winter, I require dogs over 20 pounds to be either trained to walk on a loose leash (no pulling) or come with a Gentle Leader or EasyWalk (front loop) harness for control. It's a dangerous situation for me, my dog & your dog to have a pulling situation on such slippery sidewalks, roads, trails, etc.
Your dog must be good with other dogs/people (no history of dog or people aggression) for boarding and daycare. Social, easygoing dogs are the only ones I take in my home, but if it's a dog walk/check-in/house sitting request, a shy or tricky dog is a-okay. Harper will just stay home. :) Additionally, I don't do free-feeding (too much risk for aggression) so if your dog is a free-feeder, he/she will have to be okay with the food bowl being given for 10-15 minutes twice a day.