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This sitter is amazing- will use Sesaria again!
She was fabulous for when we left for our honeymoon for 8 days. We have 2 pittie mixes 1 who was severely abused so we are careful with who takes care of them. We left them at home and had her come 4 times a day. She would provide us updates on how they were doing. We wouldn’t have enjoyed our honeymoon unless it was for her! She was a lifesaver and we are ...
Full-time sitter! - Very flexible!
*New Clients: Please understand that I always recommend a Meet- and- Greet before the booking of a stay to ensure the safety of everyone involved and determine whether or not it is a good match; this way, I can provide the best experience for you and your babies while you are away!
*If this is in no way possible (i.e last minute bookings) please let me know, so proper adjustments can be made!
What Sesaria would like to know about your dog
When you first request a stay:
We will talk about basic things, like the age, size, and breed of your dog(s). As well as any handicaps, medications, allergies, special needs, etc. they may require. And work out a good time and place for the first initial meet and greet, before the actual stay. Meet and Greets will typically be where the stay will take place.
During the meet and greet:
We will talk about more advanced things, like any special quirks/behaviors your dog has; any skills/tricks/commands the dog may know; how your dog reacts to people, other dogs (big and small), cats and other small animals.
I will want to know if your dog has ever shown any signs of separation anxiety, whether it be, depression, excessive barking, or even destructive, aggressive, or nervous behaviour.
And last but not least, I will want to know about your dogs favorite toys/treats (if any), and if it would be alright with you, to provide my own, in the instance that your dog has no known preferences.
If I'll be walking your dog, I'll also ask about any nearby paths or trails that you normally would take your dog too. I'd also like to do a small practice walk, to see if I'll be able to control your dog comfortably, and to test it's level of pulling, if any. If your dog tends to pull a lot on the leash, I would recommend that you let me walk your dog on a harness or other walking tool, for better control and to minimize any risks of damage/injury to your dog. I am more than willing to provide any equipment (if needed), if I feel it is necessary!