No Females in Heat
Linda was a nurse for many years before retiring & she is still a nurse at heart - she brings that same caring, loving nature to animals and treats them as though they were just as important as her patients. She has watched our dogs many times & (even though they’re a handful!) we never have to worry for even a second about the care they’re receiving. They enjoy her house probably more so ...
You could say that I am biased because I have been married to Linda for many years, but she has been a blessing to our family for the way she has cared for and loved our dogs through the years. From childhood through adulthood, Linda has raised or fostered many different dogs, small, medium or large, healthy, sick or elderly. In all cases she has shown them the love that all dogs richly deserve.
Linda is my mom so I am of course biased but she is exceedingly qualified to take care of your pets. Growing up, we have had multiple dogs of different sizes and personalities for over 25 years. She is an exceptional caregiver, as she was a (human) nurse to new mothers in her profession before she retired as well as an examiner of nursing homes. In our home, she always made sure the dogs were ...
Home full time, fenced yard
I’ve had at least one dog in my life all of my life - big and small. Our house just isn’t a home without a dog’s wagging tail. I have also fostered several different breeds and ages of dogs for the Humane Society. My 2-1/2 year old golden retriever loves to have a friend to play with and help her chase squirrels in our back yard. I’m a stay-at-home retired nurse ...
What Linda would like to know about your dog
Please no agressive dogs.