Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
We were so happy someone was available last minute to watch our large dog, Wells. We first met their other two dogs, and everyone got along so our dog was set for the entire day! We were also so happy that Wells had a buddy to play with in their yard. Wells was treated like one of their own dogs, and we were messaged with updates and if they had any questions. Definitely we will ...
Laura has been our goto dog sitter for the past 3 years. She loves dogs and they seem to love her. Our Spike is always happy to stay with her at her house or ours. He sometimes seems reluctant to leave. We always know he will be well cared for with Laura.and this fact makes our absence that much easier.
Laura has taken care of our dog Arthur on several occasions. She clearly loves animals and gives them lots of love and attention. She also knows a lot about basic training and positive reinforcement for the animals, as her dogs are always so well behaved. Definitely recommend her for taking care of your pooch for a spell.
Home a lot, fenced yard ... love!
We are a teacher and a writer, and lifelong animal lovers whose home is very much devoted to our 4 pets: kitty Charlotte; 3 year old Beagle mix Rafael; 14 yr old Viszla Luccia; and 9 yr old Pomeranian mix Joy. We provide love, walks, cuddles, gentle training, and nourishing meals to our pets -- and yours! We've learned over the years that the first step in any human-animal relationship is establishing trust. Dogs who trust ...
What Laura would like to know about your dog
Disposition is most important. We have a cat and also a tiny dog. We can't bring an aggressive dog into our household. After disposition is health (a contagious ailment, obviously, is not welcome) and after that specifics about the dog that would be important for me to know, either positive or negative -- for instance, is he or she afraid of thunderstorms or other loud sounds? How would he or she behave if a delivery man came to the door? Is he or she food aggressive or possessive of territory, and so on. On the positive side, where is the dog's "sweet spot" when scratching his or her tummy??? What's his or her favorite treat? :)