Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
My baby Q had a great time. Was very happy. We will be going back to see our new fur friends soon.
I can’t say enough good things about Michelle! She was professional, friendly, VERY dog-knowledgeable, prompt and—most importantly—very kind to my dog. After just our first pre-meeting I was completely comfortable leaving my “baby” in her care and that is the highest compliment, as I take ridiculous measures to ensure my dog’s safety and comfort. Thank you Michelle!
Michele takes great care of our two seniors. They have a complicated feeding/medication schedule, which she handshakes with no problem. Knowledgeable about dogs and their behavior. I trust her for advice and suggestions on challenges with older dogs.
Loving Care for your Furkid
If you’re like me, your pets are family members. When you can’t be home for them, whether it’s for work, vacation or other obligations, you want your best friends taken care of with the same love and attention you give them. I believe that most dog owners prefer loving homes (theirs or ours) to kennels for their furkids when seeking dog sitting or walking services. I will give you the peace of ...
What Michelle would like to know about your dog
A quick meet & greet is required prior to a stay. IMPORTANT: so that I may properly focus on getting to know your furkid, two-legged children under 12 are not permitted at meet & greets in my home.
For sitting in your home it will allow your dog to meet me so that I'm not a stranger when I arrive. It will also allow me to learn your habits, where food/treats/toys are stored, and arrange for entry.
For sitting in my home it will allow your dog to become acquainted with me as well as make sure he/she gets along with my pack.
I really don't have a breed preference but my size preference is 25 - 85 pounds. We can accommodate all activity levels from couch potato to high energy. **For sitting in my home, dogs must be spayed or neutered**.
Our house rules are pretty relaxed - we allow our dogs on the furniture and free reign of the house. We give lots of healthy dog treats, however we rarely feed table scraps and when we do only in their bowls (inhibits begging). We practice the NILF (Nothing In Life is Free) training regimen - we sit and wait politely before going outside or receiving meals and treats. This is excellent for high energy dogs who might tend to have impulse control issues.
However, if your house rules preclude sitting on the furniture, we'll respect your wishes. We certainly don't want you coming home to bad habits!