Rachael is a wonderful sitter for your fur baby. She is loving, kind, thoughtful, knowledgeable, trustworthy, punctual, and my fur baby just loves her. Kai was learning the entire 6 days we were gone, and I feel so lucky that she was available to be there for my guy. He is doing just great with the continued training we have with her and I am so grateful we found her!
I have only great things to say about Rachael! She has taken care of my little furry friend “Chewie “ several times. She has checked in with me and sent pictures , which I’ve been happy to receive. Rachael is reliable and I feel quite comfortable leaving Chewie in her care. My only worry is that the the demand for her pet services will increase, and I’ll have to make my reservations well in advance ...
Rachael has loved animals from the time she was a little girl. She loves to play and interact with them. She has always helped take good care of them and even worked in a veterinarian clinic. You won't find a more caring and compassionate caretaker for your animals than Rachael.
Love and training!
I am 31 years old and have been a life-long animal lover and owner. I have owned cats, dogs, snakes, fish and horses. I currently own 2 cats, Tom and Ashe, and 1 dog, Nemo. I am active and can play and run with your dogs. Being around animals has always made me happier.
I worked at a veterinary office during high school where I was a vet assistant. I walked and bathed the dogs ...
What Rachael would like to know about your dog
I do not have any breed or size preferences! I love them all!
Please let me know your dogs personality! Are they shy or outgoing? Do they pull on the leash or are they well-behaved? Do they know tricks? Do you make them do anything before you feed them or give them treats? Are they highly energetic or laid back? Also, be sure to tell me if they play aggressively such as nipping, jumping or holding. A dog that does any of these does not mean I will not take them!
Knowing your dog and their individual personalities and medical history will help me know if they become sick or depressed! With that, I would like to have a list of emergency phone numbers for you and the veterinarian of your choice should something be wrong with your pet. The location of carriers, collars, leashes, muzzles and the pets experience with these tools as well as riding in a car are also very helpful should an emergency situation occur.