Dogs Over 1 Year Old
Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Melinda has been my pet sitter since last year, and she is a great pet sitter. She sends pictures of my dog daily, and she also sends video of my dog to let me know how she is doing during my vacation. She will definitely be my pet sitter again, and I highly recommend her as a great pet sitter.
As always, my dog jumps out of my car & runs to Melindas front door! Its his vacation home... Melinda is wonderful with my dog.
Melinda is the BEST! when i arrive at her place, my dog jumps right out of the car. He heads to the front door & rushes in. She keeps me updated with pictures, information about “duncan”... she is out of my way & i am sure i could find someone closer.. but no way!
Your Dog Will Feel At Home Here!!!
I am accepting new clients but the numbers will be limited. I am still very busy with repeated clients’ dogs.
As a true dog lover with keen sense of dog needs, I am positive that I can make dogs to feel comfortable. Some such skills that I am proficient in include walking dogs, feeding, cleaning cages and other activities. I have PAWS (Professional Animal Workers) certificate.
I have my own two dogs. Tia is mixed ...
What Melinda would like to know about your dog
Meet and greet are required before accepting any reservation so owners, sitter, and all pets may get acquainted. If you don’t set up date/time for meet and greet within 24 hrs after I request for your date/time for meet and greet then I will accept other people. It is first come and first serve basis. Please communicate with me via Rover account prior to book. Do not give me your personal contact information, please. It’s easier when I have an access to all information in my Rover account.
I am dog walker so I am usually out of house but will be home between walks during the daytime.
For new client’s dog I usually put in crate when I am not home. I have crate for your dog, unless you want to use yours. Once I know your dog well and get along with other dogs, your dog doesn’t need to stay in crate. It depends on dog. Two reasons are: Safety and avoid accidents.
Is your dog house trained? Does your dog have separation anxiety? What health issue does your dog have so that I am aware of.
For the safety and well being of other dog(s), recommend that your dog is up to date on shots (DHLPP & Rabies) and flea/tick medications.