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Selena was magnificent with our dog. Tango was recovering from surgery while we had to be away for 3 weeks and Selena did a great job taking care of her, giving medication, following her routine, etc. She was also very flexible and extended Tango’s stay when our flights were delayed and we could not get back in time. We would highly recommend Selena for dog care and feel very grateful for her caring and responsiveness.
Griffey loved both visits he had from Selena. I could tell he really enjoyed the playtime during the day and seemed happier overall when I got home!
Selena has been a pleasure to work with from the minute I reached out to her. She is responsive, reliable, and professional, attributes that are not easily found. Augustus (my Weimaraner) looks forward to his walks with Selena. Selena always sends reports of their walks attached with photos, of which I appreciate very much since I travel for work and like to see that my boy is doing well. I will definitely keep Selena close ...
I'll give your pups all the pets!
My main focus is your dog. I will always specifically make sure I'm providing care for only one family at a time to prevent unnecessary stress for your dog. I am a wildly compassionate individual and truly enjoy providing care for animals. Before booking services, I will make sure I know everything by bringing a thorough questionnaire to our Meet & Greet to make the visit successful, the dogs happy, and the owner comfortable. As ...
What Selena would like to know about your dog
I have experience with many breeds and have no preference. My experience with dogs ranges between completely different sizes and personalities, so I am generally used to adapting to a dog's needs. In order to ensure the dog receives the maximum quality of care, I would like to know a few things so I can properly prepare. I think my first question would be about the dog's temperament. For instance, does your dog need a certain amount of exercise? If so, how much? Furthermore, does your dog get anxious in public areas? If so, how does he respond and how can I prevent it/resolve it? I would also be curious how your dog does during car rides since I don't have a yard, I'd want to be able to take your dog to a place where they'd get the exercise they need. More importantly, I'd want to know of any dietary restrictions and/or allergies that I should be aware of or concerned about, along with any medication I'd be responsible for giving. I'm completely okay with administering medication and have experience with it, but would also be interested in knowing which strategy you use! I know a lot of dogs with separation anxiety tend to not eat, so I also have delicious organic & grain-free wet food, that they will not be able to resist. Overall, I want to make the smoothest transition possible from the dog's home to mine, so I'm ready to listen to any information that would be beneficial to the dog's well being!