Leslie is a wonderful petsitter! She took great care of my dogs and sent me numerous pictures of them while I was away. I feel comfortable leaving my furbabies with her when I have to go somewhere because I know that they are in good hands. I highly recommend Leslie and she is my first choice to watch my dogs when I have to leave them behind.
I have had Leslie Morgan pet sit for me over a long weekend getaway. She came to meet my crew (5 dogs of various breeds and our cat) beforehand to get an idea of their routine and to get to know them. Leslie took a lot of notes and asked questions such as who was my vet, and in the case of an emergency where should they be taken as well as understanding the various ...
Leslie M. is a very nice person who just loves animals, especially dogs. We met her in her capacity as a dog groomer. She came to our home and clipped my dog, Nellie. That was a challenge in that Nellie liked nothing about being groomed except the treats at the end. Leslie also took care of Nellie in her home when we were on vacation. That sounds simple enough but Leslie had dogs and Nellie ...
Very Experienced Full Service Care
I can provide pet house sitting, pet walking, drop in visits, play time, and my NEW SERVICE being offered to help rescues start out and become acclimated to their forever home and family. Rescues have a rough start in life leaving them without trust, fearful of not just people but also everyday simple things. I work with these newly adopted rescues and their new families on potty training if needed, also help them build confidence ...
What Leslie would like to know about your dog
I would like to know what your fur child's or other pet's personality is like and their daily routine. Do they have certain games they like to play or places that they enjoy walking to? Do they get a long with other animals? If you have a pack of fur children which fur child is the pack leader? What are the relationship dynamics of the rest of the pack? Are their any relationship issues between certain fur children in your pack? What are the issues and does anyone have to be separated from another do to a pack issue? What is their potty schedule, feeding schedules, and do they have special dietary needs? Does your fur child have any medical conditions such as allergies, diabetes, seizures, or other health issues? If your fur child is on medications for health issues or vitamins what is the medication schedule? Who is your fur child's veterinarian, their location, and contact number? Aside from yourself, who is your fur child's emergency contact? What family member(s) or friend(s) does your fur child know well and have a good comfortable relationship with? Does your fur child have any fears, like storms, loud noises, or other fears? Does your fur child have separation anxiety or anxiety in general? Has your fur child ever had an anxiety attack? If so what behaviors do they start to exhibit when they get anxious or scared? What methods do you use to calm them when they are anxious, scared, or have an anxiety attack? Do they have any comfort toys, blankets, an article of their parents that smell like them, a particular place in the home that makes them feel secure when anxious and afraid, or another item that can be used to calm them? ALL OF THIS INFORMATION IS VERY IMPORTANT. It allows me to take the best care of your loved one(s) This information allows you to enjoy your time away from home with comfort, and trust that everyone and everything at home is being well taken care of. You can enjoy a worry free get away or concentrate on that long day at work while not feeling like your fur child is home depressed and can not get outside.