Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Another great stay with Mary Anne!
Mary Anne was absolutely incredible!! We were so lucky to find her. We have rarely boarded before but without family in the area, we needed someone to take care of our pup while we were in the hospital for our first baby. Mary Anne communicated with us so we didn’t have to worry about our girl and she came home tired and so happy!
Mary Anne is the best dog sitter ever. My Dexter loves her so much and he knows every time I am taking him to her place and he loves it.
About Mary Anne
Fun, safe home with fenced in yard!
I live in a two story, split level home with a spacious fenced yard that your dog(s) will love and enjoy during visits!
***Please note: I take in multiple dogs at a time, of ALL sizes. Please take this into consideration when booking a potential stay with me.*** I have always loved dogs, and I currently have four dachshunds that are well socialized. After an initial 30 seconds of barking and sniffing (they are ...
What Mary Anne would like to know about your dog
I do not accept any dog that is not spayed or neutered, unless he/she is under six months old. Please provide proof that vaccines are current (rabies, bordetella and distemper/parvo). Once the stay is booked, just request that your vet email you a copy of the vaccine history, which you then can forward to me. In addition, I strongly recommend that your dog(s) be on monthly heartworm preventative and flea/tick preventative. There is quite a bit of vegetation in my backyard, and I want your pup(s) to be as protected as possible.
In addition, please fill out the "Your Dogs" section on your Rover, especially the Veterinary Name & Contact Info and Care Instructions. That way when I print out the itinerary for your stay, all pertinent information is in one place.
Upon arrival for your stay, please provide all food and medicine. I will provide all dog bowls and plenty of fresh water.
I have extra crates and bedding. You may bring your own, but I actually discourage it. There are too many opportunities for bedding to get "messed up."
I have plenty of hard Nylabones for them to chew on. I don't keep "soft" toys in the house, due to the fact that my dachshunds destroy them within five minutes. :-) If you have toys you'd like to bring, that's fine - I just cannot guarantee that they will be returned intact!