We've had Sarah come take care of our two dogs and each visit has been great. She let's us know when she arrives at the house and sends us updates and pictures! She doesn't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Our house was left clean and the dogs well cared for. We would highly recommend using Sarah for your pet/house sitting needs.
Sarah was available pretty last minute for me and took care of my 6 month old puppy, Diana. She requires a lot of attention and energy and I think Sarah did great! The house was clean and Diana seemed well taken care of when I got home. I got updates throughout the weekend and would feel absolutely comfortable leaving Diana with Sarah again. Thanks!
Sarah was great with communication and spent good quality time with the pets at our house. We felt very comfortable leaving our pets in her hands. Thanks again Sarah!
Pet's Have Feelings Too :)
I get it's hard for pets when their owners are gone for a little while. That's where I can help make it a little easier on them, and you.
I am a lifelong animal lover. I love taking the dogs for walks, or playing catch with them if they are the more active sorts of dog. If they prefer sitting on the couch for petting, that works for me too. They all have their different ...
What Sarah would like to know about your dog
I don't have any breed preferences. But, I would like to know the personality of the dog. Is the dog leash/potty trained? I can work with dogs that are learning potty training, but that is something I'd like to know in advance. I'd like to know if your pet is currently on flea treatment. As I work with sometimes multiple households on the same day, it's important to know if fleas could possibly be a concern. No judgement, but as fleas will stick to anyone and will travel from one place to the next, just trying to protect all animals I work with. I can simply change my clothes if there are any concerns from one home to the other. If I will be taking the dog out, I need to also know how your pooch reacts to other dogs/wildlife/humans. Safety is first and foremost on the importance scale.