Ryan was AMAZING!!! Our 13 year old Airedale who does not give kisses to anyone- Gave him kisses!! We are so grateful that Ryan could come on such short notice and take care of our 3 fur babies. We will only have Ryan come over going forward. Can’t wait to book with him again!!!!!
I was hoping that Ryan would follow up with us as promiced. While I thought Ryan was a nice guy, he does not take this responsiblity seriously. I came home to a house that stunk to high heaven and found "10 wet spots on my carpets" and a "a nice puppy poop in our master bedroom" The water dish was bone dry. I figure he came to clean up and while he was cleaning my ...
We came home to happy animals (dogs and cats) and a clean, tidy house! One of our dogs needs special attention with meals, treats, and diagnosis of megaesophagus. The other dog is anxious. He sent pics during our time away reassuring us that both were in good hands! We will definitely rebook with Ryan.
No dog to difficult to care for
I love dogs, always have. I've been dog sitting and walking for years so I may as well get payed for it. I spent 2 years as a professional canine caretaker. My duties were to board, train, feed, bathe, groom and exercise dogs of all shapes, sizes, temperaments and ages. I am not afraid of them and they are not afraid of me. Many people have warned me about their dogs due to their aggression ...
What Ryan would like to know about your dog
I like to know the dog's solitary threshold, that is, the amount of time the pooch can stay alone unattended. I always accommodate the dog for 1 to 2 hours UNDER that threshold. It is unhealthy to push a dog to it's limit. For instance, if a dog's threshold is 6 hours, I will do my best to go for 4 or 5 hours depending how my schedule is that day, but never exceeding the threshold. Other than that, I like to know the dog's social experience and temperament. I won't turn down a solitary or aggressive dog, but I like to know what I am dealing with. I have no breed preferences, all dogs are wonderful!