Katelyn sat for us for a week and it was absolutely great. She handled medication for our little old lady kitty like a pro, and let our somewhat skittish dog warm up to her - by the end of the week I know they were the best of buddies. Wouldn't hesitate to have her again. Very trustworthy and just a nice person, too!
We had Katelyn stay with our dogs last minute so I was a bit nervous since they hadn’t stayed with anyone recently. We met Katelyn and felt confident in her ability to take good care of our babies. I was most concerned about our six month old puppy. Everything went really well and we would definitely use her again!
Kate sits for our fifteen yr old rescue. We have no qualms leaving WHO? in Kate's more than capable hands. Kate was raised with Rottweilers her whole childhood. We will be using her again this summer. We would give her a five star review. Kate makes going on vacation relaxing because we know WHO? is being taken care of.
Student studiously ready to dog sit
Hello, dog lovers (cats are welcome, too).
I'm a 20-year-old ASU Online student looking to save up some money for my own pet-friendly future. I grew up with rottweilers, and I've got a 105-pound rottie baby at home, so I'm great with large dogs.
My services are more basic (dog/house sitting, feeding, etc.), and my schedule is relatively flexible. I have taken care of both dogs and cats throughout my life and I'm always ...
What Katelyn would like to know about your dog
Contact information is a must so we can properly communicate, especially if it's an overnight stay. I would like to know if there is anything your dog might react negatively to, what they respond well to (i.e., sweet talk, ear rubs vs. chin scratches), applicable potty schedules, and whatever else you think I should know.
Below are some specifics that would be greatly appreciated:
Walks: Do they walk well on a leash? Sociable with other dogs? Will I have access to a foldable water dish, or should I bring one of my own along?
Overnight stays: Rules of the roost (yours, not theirs!). Furniture climbing, yes or no? Habits, feeding times? Medications? Potential escape artist escapades?
I have no real breed preferences, but I am a bit biased to rotties and big dogs, such as German Shepherds, retrievers, and so forth.