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Patricia showed herself to be a highly competent handler of my Dutch Shepherd X Border Collie, Ingo. He's not an easy dog, and I was initially anxious about leaving him - but Patricia took great care of him and took careful note of my instructions.
Ingo was reluctant to leave her after 3 days of multiple walks, training and attention ☺️.
I highly recommend Patricia.
I've know Patricia for 15 years now and I've seen the love and amount of effort she puts in when looking after dogs and cats. Back at home, she was the person people would bring stray animals to because they knew she would take care of them for a while before finding them a new home. She often helped me out with my female bearded collie when she gave birth to a litter of pups ...
Patricia has looked after my friend's bichon, Boris.
She did a great job looking after him for 5 days while the owner was away traveling. My friend was reluctant to leave the dog in a kennel and did not trust a stranger with the dog, as he has been not socialized properly with other people/ dogs and was very attached to the owner.
Patricia proved to be patient, dedicated and caring, as Boris let her ...
Home full-time - eager to pamper!
I ALWAYS go the extra mile to make sure your pet is safe, happy and content!
My name is Paricia and I am a recent architecture graduate living in West London. I am currently in between jobs, therefore your pet will get my undevided attention!
I grew up surrounded by dogs, cats and horses; and once I have moved to London to complete my architectural degee, unfortunatelly I could not afford to bring ...
What Patricia would like to know about your dog
I do not have a breed preferences, however I woud like to know the dog's character before sitting him/her. Whether they are scared of other dogs, or neurotic around people, so that I can give them proper care. I do not turn away more 'difficult dogs', however I might charge more for the service depending on how much the dog needs to be accomodated (e.g. needs to be trained, etc.)