Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
Keri Ann is an incredible dog sitter!! I couldn't be any more satisfied with how everything went; from the moment I initially contacted her to when I picked our dog up. She is very easy to communicate with, has a lovely setup, and is wonderful with the dogs! She was flexible with the arrangements and made certain to get to know us, our dog, and our routine, so that everything went smoothly while we were ...
Keri Ann is very attentive and sent a lot of pictures during our stay. We will definitely let her watch our dog again and I will recommend her to my friends.
This was my first time leaving Tyson and Lucky with a sitter but it will not be my last. Keri Ann and her family were great. Keri Ann texted and sent pictures daily with updates. The children cuddled with them and the dogs always looked very happy and we'll taken care of. It is evident that this is not just a job, it's a passion. I would definitely recommend Keri Ann's Pup Hut to everyone ...
About Keri Ann
Come play with us at The Pup Hut!!
Our home is their home and someone is usually always home here! Family of five ready to take care of your furbaby! All of our dogs are rescues and I have fostered for local rescues before. We want to make your pet feel at home and you at ease so you can enjoy your time away whether just going to work or on a vacation.
We will follow your guidelines and routines as best as ...
What Keri Ann would like to know about your dog
***We ask that all animals are on monthly flea/tick/parasite prevention and are up to date on all vaccines. Our dogs are on monthly prevention as well and a copy of vet records will be provided. This is for the safety of all dogs in our care.***
A vet is required on your profile please and a copy of records will be needed for booking. A local emergency contact will also be required in case your pup will need to be picked up for care or if something happens that requires them to be gotten.
Are they crate and potty trained? What is their daily routine? How much are they fed? Where do they sleep? Do they sleep in a crate? Are they crates when you leave home or can they roam free? Anything helpful.
Please bring food, treats, toys, blankets, crate if trained, anything that you feel would make them happy in their home away from home!