Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Marlowe has a long history of caring for our Rottweilers while we were out of town; a feat most would not undertake. Her pofessionalism and love toward our dogs gave us confidence that they would be safe and cared for in our absence. There were times we arrived back unannounced to find her playing outside with the dogs. This supported our feeling that the dogs were in capable hands. Though we were at home, there ...
Marlowe was walking my dog on a daily basis before she moved to Tampa. I was sad to lose her. She gave my dog all the time he needed outside. She made sure he got a good walk. He is 14 so he had to be let out several times a day. Marlowe made sure to place him back in his belly band properly so there weren't any messes when I would get home. I ...
I went on vacation for a week and had Marlowe watch my dog. My dog jimmy can be pretty hard to get a long with due to his separation anxiety. Marlowe made him feel right at home though. She stuck to my feeding schedule for him and even sent me pictures of him so I knew he was doing well. I would highly recommend her services
Nights & Weekends Sitter
I have been #teamcanine since day one and love to help out other dog lovers keep their best friends fed and walked while they are away. I've got fifteen years of experience caring for a variety of different breeds including rottweilers, great danes and pomeranians. I have also worked with rescue dogs who need extra time and attention, especially when meeting someone new. Most of my experience is with house sitting and drop ins. My ...
What Marlowe would like to know about your dog
Before walking your dog I'd like to know a few things. Does your dog have any physical limitations? How does your dog act around other animals, especially in a confined area like a dog park? Does your dog like to chase after small critters (i.e. squirrels)? Does your dog show any aggression towards other people or children? Are there any activities you don't want your dog to participate in? (i.e. swimming, dog park, playing with other dogs)