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Kireston has provided reliable care to my elderly cats including administering medication. She is a great person. I've counted on her care many times throughout 15 years of being neighbors.
I know Kireston to be a responsible and caring pet owner.
I have used Kirestons pet sitting services for over 10 years. During that time, I have known her to provide forever homes to rescue pets. She has taken in variety of special needs animals from a blind guinea pig to a three leg cat, to a dog with kidney disease. She has provided exceptional care to her own pets. She cared for her Yorkie for 17 years she has had her lab for fifteen years ...
Kireston is one of the best pet owners I'm ever come across. She spent time pet sitting my dog in the past. She has had 2 dogs for 17 years. A lab mix and a toy yorkie that recently passed after 17 years. They were very well trained, groomed and healthy award winning dogs. She even fostered a 3 legged cat and watched a mini pig as well. She's amazing with animals.
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Loving and caring for animals has always been an integral part of my life, so I’m very happy that I became a dog sitter! For me, pet sitting is more than just a side job, it's something that I'm good at, that I have experience in, and that I just love doing. My 16 year old Yorkie passed at the end of December 2017, and while I'm not ready for another dog, pet sitting ...
What Kireston 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?