Kymmi was a great sitter for our cat and two toy dogs. She was very responsive when I checked in during our trip and the pets were very relaxed when we returned. We will be hiring Kymmi again soon!
This is the third time Kymmi has sat with Lucy and once again I came home to a very happy dog, it's makes leaving her just a bit easier knowing she is being well cared for.
Kymmi sat with my spoiled dog Lucy for a week, Lucy was happy and well taken care of, Kymmi has such a great attitude you can tell she really loves animals. This was my first time using a sitter and I would definitely use her again. I could really enjoy my trip knowing Lucy was in such good hands.
Your pets are my priority!
My name is Kymmi, and I'm a recent law school graduate trying to earn some extra cash until I can find a full-time position as an attorney. I currently run my own pet sitting business, but am looking to expand through Rover. I've always loved animals, especially dogs and would love to take care of your fur-babies while you're away. For now, I have two dogs and they are the most special part of ...
What Kymmi would like to know about your dog
When sitting for new dogs, there are a few questions that I like to ask of every owner:
1. Does your dog have any sensitivities or triggers I should know about? I dog sit for one client who has a border collie that is terrified of tissues. How his phobia came about, I can't even imagine, but the last thing I want to do is freak your pets out, so I welcome any information that can help me build their trust.
2. How does your dog get along with other animals? If s/he is anti-social, that's perfectly ok. I can deal with that, but would like to be prepared if s/he does not do well around other animals.
3. What is your dog's normal routine? Obviously s/he will be a little thrown off when you leave town, so I would like to keep his/her schedule as normal as possible to reduce anxiety.