First time to use Rover.com and Quincy. Very good experience. Didn’t worry about my furkids.
Second time to use Quincy as our dog sitter while we were out of town for the day. We are again more than satisfied with her. Our dogs seem to love her, especially when she spoils them with treats. We will continue to use her as our “go to” sitter for future out of town trips.
This was our first time using Rover/having a non-family member take care of our pet’s while we were out of town. She was fantastic! She was punctual, responsive, informative, sent picture updates on our furbabies, and even scooped the dog poop from our yard. We were more than satisfied with the way she looked after our three dogs. We will definitely be repeat customers and happy to recommend her to anyone that is in need.
Diversified Pet Care Provider
I worked as a doggy daycare supervisor and care provider for over three years at an established boarding/grooming/daycare facility, going out of my way to do whatever possible for the dogs in our care (cats, too!) to be as comfortable and happy as possible while their owners were away. If they needed to be taken outside more often than others, needed extra brushing or needed someone to sit on the floor with them ...
What Quincy would like to know about your dog
I would like to know breed (or best guess), age, any particular medical conditions, any allergies (the usual stuff). But I would also like to know toy preferences (squeaky, plush, rope, rubber), favorite treats or treat flavor (and if there is anything you don’t give them), do they prefer being outside or inside (for those that are older or have just gotten a little spoiled), if they do or don’t like kids (for when out walking, in case a kid crosses our path), if they do or don’t like being picked up or held, if they do or don’t like loud noises, and really just any other like, dislike or quirk they may have, even if it seems to be a small one (because I know any little thing can help a dog feel more at ease when away from their owners).