Non-neutered Males Accepted, Spayed Females Only
No Females in Heat
As always, my two hounds loved their stay with Sarah! It’s so nice to leave without any worries. Thanks, Sarah!!
Sarah is the best!! We take our fur baby to her frequently, she’s the only dog sitter we will go to! Our fur baby loves going over. We appreciate the updates and care she provides for our fur baby ❤️
Colt has stayed with Sarah 12 times over the years. She is absolutely the best. Whenever we go out of town it gives us such great piece of mind that he's happy and being well taken care of.
Make Your Dog A Part of My Pack!
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MY HOME IS A MULTI-DOG HOUSEHOLD
I am a well established sitter on rover.com, and have completed over 600 dog sits since July of 2014. My client base consists mostly of repeat customers. Most of the dogs I sit know each other, and have been visiting with me for years! I'd love for your dog to become a part of my pack, and drop ...
What Sarah would like to know about your dog
Meet & Greets
I would like to know everything about your dog's daily routine! Scheduling a Meet & Greet is a great opportunity for me to get to know your dog. During the meeting, we will likely discuss feeding, walking, medications, sleeping arrangements, etc. We can also address any behavioral issues that may be of concern.
We don't always know how a dog will react after being left alone in a new environment for the first time, but Meet & Greets can be useful in identifying any major issues.
Dogs with EXTREMELY high energy may not be a good match. Some of the dogs I sit regularly are older, or have health issues such as hip dysplasia that prevent them from safely engaging with SUPER high energy dogs. If you're unsure about whether or not your dog fits into this category, I am more than happy to schedule a Meet & Greet! I can also not accept the following:
*Dogs that can jump a six foot fence.
*Dogs that are incredibly strong, fast, and difficult to control.
*Dogs that engage in behaviors that prevent me from living comfortably in my home, or that may cause damage to my home. Some examples are: excessive barking or crying (especially overnight), excessive scratching or jumping on doors and windows, chewing on baseboards, electronics, furniture, or other household items, and excessive marking.
I understand that not all dogs are kennel trained, and may even panic when placed in one. If you are confident that your dog can be trusted while unsupervised (such as overnight, and for short periods when I am away from the house) then a kennel will not be required.
*I REQUIRE any dog that may cause damage to my household while I'm away from the house to be sent with a kennel that they CAN NOT BREAK OUT OF. Destructive behavior is usually the result of separation anxiety. Please be respectful of my home and belongings, and bring a kennel if you are uncertain.
Even well trained dogs can sometimes feel more comfortable having their own space, especially if they are in a new place. You are always welcome to bring a kennel, bed, or blankets for your dog's comfort.