Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
LLibby was really great with my dog, Leroy. She taught Leroy and I alot about reading dogs, communicating with them and definitely has a knack for keeping the pack happy. I will definitely use her in the future
Our dog Ru had a great time with Libby! We got lots of pictures and videos. He was a tired dog when we picked him up.
Libby and Mia are amazing! They took such good care of my special Little Bear. I was updated throughout her stay with pictures and texts of their adventures together. I'm so glad Little Bear took to the pups that were already in the house–they seemed like a good little pack! She was so well mannered when she got back too, I can tell that they run a tight and disciplined household. I will be ...
2 doggy moms, 20+ yrs experience
When my clients tell their pups "You're going to see Aunty Libby and Mia today!" the tails start wagging because they know it's going to be the BEST day!
About Libby: I've been called the crazy dog lady, zookeeper, dog whisperer and more. While I love to spoil your babies, I also make sure they have a strong pack leader. I have experience working with difficult dog behaviors, such as jumping, fear, aggression (dog ...
What Libby would like to know about your dog
-Meet & Greets: You will meet both Libby and Mia, and Max, the aussie mix. Gito, the american bulldog mix, is a loud, obnoxious princess when meeting new dogs, so he does NOT come out of his crate for meet & greets. He settles quickly once he has gotten used to the new friend in the house (see notes above on my experience with special-needs dogs and pics of the happy pack!)
-We can't host intact (not spayed or neutered) dogs older than 10 months or very dominant dogs (but are happy to do drop ins for these pups!).
-For your dog's safety, we prefer crate-trained dogs but have gates to keep dogs separated who are not used to a crate.
-Although Mia works from home, she is in meetings most of the day. Because of this, we ask that weekday drop offs and pick ups are before noon or after 5pm.
-Dogs that generally don't do well here are extremely high-energy dogs (example: a husky who is used to running once or twice a day), x-large seniors with severe mobility issues (due to 4 tile stairs to backyard; we can carry up to 50lb dogs), puppies who aren't potty-trained, and small dogs who aren't used to being with large dogs.