Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Lisa was amazing! She kept us updated throughout our whole trip, and it was obvious how much Scout loved being at their place. I totally recommend booking with Lisa!
When we met Lisa and Moose, I knew they would be a perfect fit for my Lady. I was nervous to do Rover bc it was my first time and I needed someone to watch Lady for a whole week. Lisa was very sweet and helpful in the process. She would send pictures daily of Lady playing w Moose or snuggling on the couch. She even took Lady on a run which I was very ...
Our 130lba Maui had the best time with Lisa and Moose. In fact, I kind of had the feeling that she didn’t really want to come home when I went to pick her up. Haha She was really happy to see us, of course, but she just wanted to play around with moose! Haha She def has the best time and we wouldn’t think twice before booking with Lisa again.
Large Breeds Welcome!
***Note: Please read entire profile below to make sure my work schedule, home, and preferences will be the right fit for your doggo :)
I am a lifetime dog owner/lover with experience caring for dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds, as well as those with special needs (specifically insulin injections for diabetes). Currently, my husband and I have one dog: a 97 lb, 1.5 year old chocolate lab named Moose. We ...
What Lisa would like to know about your dog
I want to stick to your dog's routine as much as possible to make their experience with me as happy, comfortable, and normal as can be, so the more information you can provide, the better! For example, how often/long do you normally walk them for/what is their energy level? Are they allowed to have treats? If so, do they have any allergies/are there any treats that should be avoided? Are there any bad habits I should know about (chewing on rugs/furniture, digging/climbing, possessive with food/toys, etc.)? Is your dog crated whenever they are left home alone or just at night when sleeping? Do they get along with other dogs (preferred)? Are they allowed on furniture at your home? How much do you feed them and how often?