Dog Sitting Preferences
I called Rover.com the day before I needed a sitter. From the moment that I first spoke with the first person at Rover, I just felt safe. They were able to find a wonderful and caring provider in Lisa. Lisa kept me informed with texts and pictures of Britney and asked questions that I didn't even think to mention. Not only did Britney really take to Lisa, but so did I. We can’t ...
Lisa's Canine Clients
DogLover Available to Spoil the Fur Baby
As an experienced dog lover, I've worked in a leading guide dog kennel and as a bather/brusher in the grooming department for a national pet store. I offer possibilities for your dog to be comfortable in his own environment without the stress that typically occurs while in a kennel situation. What does your dog enjoy? A walk in the woods? Splashing through streams? A calm stroll through a familiar neighborhood? Chasing sticks and balls ...
What Lisa would like to know about your dog
Any quirks? PLEASE be honest. I have owned difficult dogs (a fear biting Shiba X, an overprotective German Shepherd, a Lab/Weimaraner with an extremely delicate stomach, a very destructive German Shorthaired Pointer, a very ill American Foxhound, a brainless Collie, and a temperamental Keeshond) and I currently own a beautiful Alaskan Malamute who loathes small white fluffy dogs and thinks that Pugs are squeaky chew toys. I understand. However, to keep everyone safe, happy, and on the same page; be honest and forthcoming with your dog's issues. If you do have a dog with quirks, I will need to visit your dog and watch your interaction with your dog's trigger experiences before accepting a pet sitting appointment. I have to say I do enjoy large and giant dogs!