Kirsten has watched my home and pets on multiple occasions. She has excellent communication skills. The pets are relaxed, obviously loved and cared for under her supervision. The home, mail and plants are tended to per my specifications. Her high level of integrity makes her the perfect choice for anyone. I would wholeheartedly recommend Kirsten as a house/pet sitter.
Kirsten has stayed with my fur babies on many occasions. We have a dog, 2 cats and a bunny. She is kind, professional and compassionate and has a real love of animals.
Kirsten has been a wonderful pet sitter for us since we moved to Boise. She comes to our home and takes care of our four fur babies while we are out of town, sometimes even across the country visiting family! We never have to worry about our kiddos when she’s there and she does an awesome job to send us videos and pictures during our time away. Even better, we’re pretty sure our ...
The Best Selfie is a Pet Selfie
I will send you photos and videos whenever I can of your dog and whatever we are doing together! I grew up with two Shitzus, a Lhasa Apso, two cats, a bunny, and a guinea pig - a mini zoo, and I loved it! I currently have a cat who I found as a stray and have adopted - her name is Luce after one of my favorite philosophers (yes, I'm that person). My current living situation ...
What Kirsten would like to know about your dog
I like to know as much as you feel comfortable sharing with me. I actually prefer to meet you and your dog before I begin pet sitting for you to make sure they feel comfortable with me. Then I like to review your routines with you so that I can care for them as well as possible while you are away. Some questions I like to ask are: How often do they get treats? Are they allowed on the furniture? What are mealtimes like? Are there any special bedtime/morning rituals? Do they like to snuggle or are they more stoic? What are their favorite things to do? How do they handle loud noises - thunder, sirens, fireworks? Are they prone to accidents? Any medications? Who is their primary vet? Who do you see for emergencies? Are they runners/do they have a tendency to slip from their collars on walks?
I love all breeds - if you have a dog who weighs more than 100lbs. and is a very enthusiastic walker, I may have a little trouble controlling them on walks - so just give me a heads up.