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Kay was amazing! Kay was very flexible and was willing to work with my work schedule. She also took the extra time to prepare Annabelle's (my dog) meals for her diet and kept her company all day. Kay understands general dog behavior and can read their body language really well and so I felt very comfortable leaving Annabelle with Kay from day one. Annabelle loved playing with Pickle (Kay's dog) and felt very comfortable at ...
Kay has watched our dog, Zeke, on many occasions and has proven to us that she is a true animal lover. Our little guy runs to her when we drop him off and is barely willing to come back when we pick him up. While staying with Kay, she sends us regular updates and pictures of him enjoying himself and getting lots of exercise and great care. We highly recommend Kay without any reservation and ...
Kay D. Was amazing with Whiskey! This was our first time using Rover and also Whiskey's frist time being watched by someone other than family. When we met, Whiskey felt very comfortable with Kay D and over time opened up to her friendly cat & dog! Next time we're in town we are definitely bringing Whiskey to her! Thanks a million!! You were awesome!
You have furbaby... I have love!
*** Overnight Boarding for Day Care Clients ONLY see notes below)***
I'm a responsible educated professional currently working from home for a nonprofit that I founded last year. Here your much loved pets will find a comfortable environment where we pride ourselves on the quality of our cuddles, harmony & lack of drama!
I have one dog (Pickles 12yo) & 2 cats (Nikihia -16yo & Takeet -10yo), I've had all three since they were babies, they're ...
What Kay would like to know about your dog
Is your pet housebroken?
Is your pet social?
Has your pet ever bitten anyone?
Is your pet destructive (chewing, digging, scratching, urinating in the house ect)
Does you pet get on with cats?
Does your pet have any medical conditions or special needs?
Does your dog pull on a lead?
How does your pet let you know he/she needs to go out or eat?
Does your pet need training?