Kimberly was an AMAZING help during the week an injury kept me from being able to walk my two pugs! Enthusiastic, flexible, hands-on, knowledgeable, and helpful, she stepped right in to get to know my dogs and do what needed to be done.....she even waited with the dogs for a text from me to let her know that my important virtual meeting for work was finished. I literally can't thank her enough! I enthusiastically ...
Kimberly has been my neighbor for more than 10 years and I can speak from first-hand experience that she is an animal lover. She raises rabbits and shows them in competitions and she and her husband have two dogs, one just passed away and she takes care of my own dog when we’re out of town. My dog loves her and loves her husband and from first-hand experience one would know that if a ...
Kim is one of the most honest , kindest and hard working person I know of.....always on time and extremely intelligent!!I have know Kim for about 5 years showing rabbits together.She is a truly nice , considerate person ! I can honestly say she is a dogs best friend !!
Will do it your way !
My life has always been full of animals! From dogs and cats to goats and hamsters, I’ve had a long life taking care of animals and making them happy. I’ve always had a big hand in raising them, and have operated in many different capacities when it came to training. I first started working with my Sheltie for obedience trials when I was 11 and was professionally showing horses as well. I’ve ...
What Kimberly would like to know about your dog
Some things I like to learn ahead of time:
- Would you like to schedule a meet-and-greet before the stay?
- What’s your preferred method of communication?
- Does your pup have any health issues that need to be tended to? For instance, dietary restrictions, medicine, or behavior triggers?
- Do you have a vet nearby that you trust?
- Is your dog spayed/neutered?
- Does your pup like to stick to a given schedule, like regular walks in the morning and evening?
- What does your pup do well around? What does your pup try to avoid?
- What’s the best way to spoil your pup?