I am the kind of person who hesitates to refer or recommend people, but I jumped at the opportunity to say a few words about Nicole's character traits.
If I could describe Nicole's character in three words, they would be genuine, relatable, and resilient. I cant ever envision Nicole playing games or trying to be someone else in order to get what she wants. Nicole will be Nicole.
She relates very well to others, probably ...
Nicole has been a loyal and caring person I’m lucky enough to know as a friend for 10 years. Watching her grow and blossom as an individual has been rewarding. Her compassion towards animals has only increased over the years and she’d be an excellent caregiver for anyone’s pet, as we all know animals are more than pets to us, they’re friends.
Nicole and I have been close friends for many years. She's well educated, respectful, and delightful company.
She's the one I call when I need someone to watch my furbabies and I'm a far cry from easy when it comes to cartaking preferences.
My white boxer, Mordecai, is grain-free, requires administration of preventative joint medication, gets no human food, and needs rigid upkeep of training practices (using the doorbell for doing his 'business', sitting when ...
Lover of ALL fur-babies!
I grew up on a hobby farm, where my family mostly took in foster pets and injured animals and wildlife for Timberwolves & hybrids, bobcats, cubs.. You name it! Until I moved to the city in an apartment, I always had a dog of my own! Godmother (Dogmother.. LOL) to my friend's dogs, former dog trainer (hunting, basic obedience) Canine/Feline nutritional specialist, volunteer at several shelters, former groomer and holistic pet store employee. I ...
What Nicole would like to know about your dog
I have no breed or age preferences, or limit on multi-animal house holds. All I ask apart from the necessary basic information about your pet is anything out of the ordinary. By this I mean some of the following: any relavent medical issues or diet and restrictions; potential triggers that may cause your pet stress; specific ways to greet, speak, and talk to said dog without unknowingly compromising any obedience training (hunting, K9, show...) what kind and length of excursions your dog is used to, any special treatment or quirks they may have. For example my cat will not drink from a bowl of still water, at ALL. If his fountain bowl isn't available or being washed, he either has to bat the bowl around until it ripples or I put a single ice cube in it and push it around. Every animal is different and a lot of times it's the small information and tips that make them happy.