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Lauren has taken care of my dog on a number of occasions. My dogs excitement when seeing Lauren, speaks for itself. I have a rather high maintenance dog and when I pick her up from Lauren’s, she comes home and sleeps. Lauren keeps her entertained and happy! I never have a second thought about leaving her with Lauren.
Lauren and I have played soccer together for three years or so. She's always active and would certainly be an energetic and enthusiastic dog-walker. She's also a coach of her own youth soccer team, a position that requires a lot of personal responsibility and organizational skills. The girls respect her greatly for her strong leadership and caring attitude towards them. All of these qualities would make her an awesome dog caregiver, in any capacity!
Lauren has a way with dogs that is engaging and intuitive- she knows just how to interact with my dog and get his energy out! She is also very punctual and does a great job communicating with me. Overall, she's a great fit for us and our pup!
Home fulltime- love running/hiking!
I've always had dogs in my home and absolutely love their energy and positivity! I love going on walks, runs, hikes, swims- anything your dog likes to do, I am down to do it! I also love chilling out, watching some tv, and cuddling with the pups, too (: They will get plenty of love and attention, that I can guarantee! I am available during the morning and early afternoon on weekdays, as well as set-times ...
What Lauren would like to know about your dog
What activities does your dog like the most? What can/can't your dog eat? Do they have any allergies? Does your dog require special medications/food/treatment/etc.? Does your dog get along with other dogs/people? If not, what or who should I be aware of? Is your dog more laid-back or high-energy? Is your dog potty trained- if so, do they have a certain "cue" that will let me know if they need outside? If not, how often do they need to go? Is there anything else that you feel is important that I should know about your dog?