Maddie has the kindest heart. Her concern and care for my dog goes beyond what I would consider exceptional. When you know your dog is happy, secure, and in Maddie's care all your anxiety is dissolved. You and your dog are in a very happy place. She is trustworthy and punctual. If you have more than one dog, no worries. I have also seen how easley Maddie controls five dogs at one time. Her compassion ...
Maddie has always had a connection with dogs .The dogs seem to know her confidence and ability to work with them. She has an instinct to care for the animals and can know what they need. It's so nice to be able to leave my dogs with her and know that I can trust there safe and happy and cared for as I would care for them.
Madi has watched my dog many times over the years and has always treated him as if he was her own. She is very confident in her capabilities as a leader of a pack when working with dogs, giving them the confidence to behave in unfamiliar surroundings or around unfamiliar people. Any dog that comes in contact with Madi immediately feels comfortable with her because they can tell how much she cares about all animals ...
Passionate about HAPPY HEALTHY pups
I was raised in a home that was consistently full of amazing pets of all types (snakes, lizards, hampsters, cats, horses, and of course the one consistent was dogs! My parents like to joke that we lived in a kennel! I have 3 dogs in my home currently, 3 Australian Terriers, Bibi Blau and Illiona, and my own boy- his name is Sebastian and he is a 4 year old Saint Bernard /Catahoula mix. 90lbs ...
What Madison would like to know about your dog
Before sitting a dog, any specific quirks are good to know- though its usually easy to figure them out on my own! Does your dog love or hate car rides? Treats or no treats? Any naughty behaviors that I should either allow or correct, like jumping (I love energetic greetings, but some parents don't allow it), or begging (I don't mind sharing my snacks but some of us are on diets!). Do we have any human preferences (men vs women, social butterfly or a little shy)?