Kristi L.

Response Rate: 90%
Response Time: Under an hour


Dog Boarding

in the sitter's home
per night

Doggy Day Care

in the sitter's home
per day
Cat care, pick-up & drop-off, bathing / grooming

Hosting Preferences



  • Available
  • Unavailable
Kristi can host up to 3 dogs per night.
Kristi can host up to 4 dogs per day for day care.
Dog Boarding Cancellation Policy:
Doggy Day Care Cancellation Policy:


repeat clients
14 Reviews

Alie S.
Alie S.
Oct 30, 2018
Verified Stay

Kristi was so accomodating last minute! Bogie had a great stay. Thanks!

Kristi L.
Kristi L.
Paola A.
Paola A.
May 25, 2018
Verified Stay

Great. My pup is normally really nervous being left with strangers, but he seemed to feel very comfortable and chill with her. Would board again.

Kristi L.
Kristi L.
Sophia S.
Sophia S.
May 20, 2018
Verified Stay

Kristi was absolutely wonderful with Bailey. She sent lots of updates and pictures. I felt totally comfortable and at ease leaving him, and he seemed to have a blast as well!

Kristi L.
Kristi L.

About Kristi

years of experience
  • First Aid & CPR
  • Verified Background Check
  • Rover 101
  • RoverGO

Kristi's Canine Crew, LLC

The biggest reason why I became a pet sitter is that I simply just love to provide care for those in need. I believe that I can make a difference in an animal’s life, so it’s always my priority to give back to them however possible. Dogs are so wonderful and selfless, and I’ve always tried to emulate their amazing spirit! I love that, as a dog sitter, I can simultaneously make ...

What Kristi 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?

Additional Skills
Oral Medication Administration
Senior Dog Experience
First Aid/CPR
Can provide daily exercise

About Kristi's Home

Lives in an Apartment
Non-Smoking Household
No Children Present
Does Not Have a Yard
Has 1 Dog, No Other Pets
Kristi's Pets


8 years, 2 mo. old, 11 lbs.

When Kristi watches your pet

Although I will follow the owners’ instructions when designing a stay, I also have a general outline for what a typical day would look like. First, we would start with a small walk in the morning before coming back for a snack or lunch time. Then we'd play in the house with some toys, relax a little, and then go out for another walk—but this time a little longer to burn off some additional energy during the day. At this point, we’d go to a dog run where he, if he wanted to, could run around and burn off any excess energy. Then we'd head back in, have a snack or dinner, and relax inside. By night time, we’d head out on one last walk of the day to burn off any last energy before bedtime.

My home is a railroad-style apartment. This is great because if, for some reason, some pups don't get along, I can separate them easily with baby gates. I live in Manhattan, specifically the West Village—very close to Washington Square Park, where there is a fabulous dog run! I'm sure your pooch would love that. And if not, there's plenty of room to play in my apartment! I’m always happy to explore with dogs and love seeing the happiness on their face when they get to go out and explore something new. New York is always full of great places to explore, so I’m sure that we’d get the opportunity to head out for some fun adventures.

In Kristi's Home

Dogs Not Allowed On Bed
Potty Breaks Every 2-4 Hours
Dogs Allowed On Furniture

Kristi's Neighborhood

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