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Kayla is a trustworthy and caring person that would take great care of your pet. You can have peace of mind that someone loving is taking care of your precious pet. I have known her a long time and she has always loved animals.
It is in my best judgment that I offer Kayla G. my fullest recommendation to be entrusted into the care and safety of pets. Having known Kayla for many years, I am certain that she is a great fit for this profession. She is very caring, responsible, reliable, and she is great with animals. She loves dogs, and I know that she will take excellent care of your dog & will treat your fuzzy friend ...
Kayla is a great loving loyal person who loves animals she will take good care of your fur babies she's hard working kind and gentle
All you need is love & a dog
Hello fur baby owners! My name is Kayla and I currently live in Fishtown. I'm a FurMom and a caregiver for the human kiddos. I have 4 pets. A dog, two cats and a ferret. I've had animals since I was a little girl so I have a lot of experience in taking care of birds, small mammals, dogs and cats. I grew up always taking in animals, one of them including my dog Butkus ...
What Kayla would like to know about your dog
I'd like to know about your dogs personality and their well being. How they are in a new environment since I'd want their stay to be as comfortable as possible for them and for my pets as well. I'd like to know if they ever been around any other pets before. If they get along with other dogs and cats. If they will try to eat poop (I have an open litter box for my 2 cats) If they are up to date on shots/flea meds etc. Have any medical history I should be aware of. Are they sick? Do they pee in the house? I understand accidents happen but since I live in an apartment, I'd prefer pets who are potty trained (if sick, a puppy or senior dog - accidents are understandable). I also live on the 3rd floor in my apartment, would that be a problem for your dog to walk up and down the stairs? Are they trained and know any tricks? I'd love to know so I can reward them with treats! What is their schedule like? How many times a day do they eat or go to the bathroom? Do they pull when you walk them? Do they go to the bathroom on the sidewalk? - I'm asking this because my dog only likes to go where there are trees/grass/dirt. Do they have a tendency to chew up things? Are they crate trained?
I'd love to know everything about your furbaby to be able to work with them and give them the best experience possibly, and for you to have a peace of mind while you are away. This will all be better understanding for me and for you to get an idea how your furbaby will do! My number one priority is to make sure they feel at home!