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We quickly had no worries about our older dog, Aasha, with Mark there to care for her. He is friendly, reliable, stays in touch with updates that we wanted, and offers to help in any other way he can. We have already rebooked with him.
Mark was super nice and so accommodating with my small dog, Gary! Gary’s a rescue and can be scared and shy around dudes, but Mark was calm and chill and Gary had a great stay!
Mark is an animal lover that has grown up with pets, owned multiple different types of pets, and has cared for my own pets. He is a great owner and is not one to let harm ever come to any animal he is around. He would be one of the first people I would want taking care of my pet. He will put all of his energy into making sure any pet he is taking ...
UW grad student. Active and native
My name is Mark and I am eager to meet your dogs! I went to UW-Madison for my undergrad and now am back for round 2! I am attending graduate school for a degree in Counseling Psychology. With my class schedule, I have good daytime hours and flexibility. I am starting slow and looking to expand with Rover over time. I want to provide an interactive experience with dog parks, walks and exercise.
What Mark would like to know about your dog
I would approach gently and start doing things that I know the dog enjoys. I have past behavioral training with both dogs, children and adults. I can pair very well on initial greetings with most other dogs and their parents.