Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
It was my first time using Rover and I was fairly apprehensive, but I need a day care for my 8 week old puppy. Within minutes of meeting Megan, all my worries were gone. A true animal lover, Megan has a quality that’s impossible to fake; I trusted her immediately.
When I picked my puppy up at the end of the day, he had been well cared for, was a bit tired from playing ...
Megan did an amazing job taking care of our dog, cats, and rabbit. They were all happy and well cared for. She was very professional and sent us regular picture updates. We will definitely have her watch our animals the next time we are out of town.
Megan did an amazing job with my very introverted kitty while we were gone for ten days over Christmas. I always get nervous leaving Ziggy for such a long time, but Megan did a phenomenal job taking care of her and made me feel so better about my cat's wellbeing. She's clearly knowledgeable and experienced with taking care of animals. We will definitely use her again!
Mama to all things furry and scaly
I've grown up with dogs, cats and all kinds of reptiles and birds. I have always enjoyed spending time with animals and I now raise my children with various species and help others with their animal's care and feeding. From ranch work with horses to zoo work with many different exotics species, there are few animals I have not cared for in my life. Acquiring animal care knowledge and skills are my personal passions and ...
What Megan would like to know about your dog
I need to know the overall temperament of the dog before it stays at my house. The more detail a client can give me about their dog the better. :-) My first questions to potential clients are: Does it like children? Does it get along with other dogs? and How high is its prey drive? I have young children at my house, several of my own dogs, two cats and a rabbit. It is essential that a boarder get along with everyone so we can all have a safe and fun time while they stay with us. A very high prey drive will mean that drop-ins or house-sitting are a better fit than boarding at my house. If a dog is a recent addition to a client's family and little is known about it's background (like a recent rescued dog) it may be that drop-ins/house-sitting will be a better option. Most of these questions can be covered during a meet n greet as well.
Other than those first questions, when a dog comes to stay with me I'll need basic information about its feeding schedule, sleeping preferences and any medications they may be on. I want my clients to feel at ease when they leave their furbabies in my care so am happy to answer any questions at any time. I'm a dog lover too and want the best for them.