Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Our 2 pugs enjoyed a couple playful days with Stephanie while we explored the city. They were there for about 8 hours each day. We knew they had fun when they were excited to return on day 2. Thanks Stephanie for looking after them!
Dogs came home happy and clean. We got updates during their stay. Stephanie was easy to communicate with and flexible about a later pickup. Thank you!
Fumi had a great time
Home Full Time Fenced Yard, Groomer
Steffies is for Tiny Up T 75#. Please; No Power Breeds. New! Offering Cat Boarding*- room for only 1 cat at a time. Price same as dogs.
Hours: Open 6:AM-9PM 365
Laurelhurst Park Area.
No puppies under 4 months. I prefer to care for smaller dogs, or calm, low energy medium size, some Special Needs.
Fully fenced to 5'.
I've been caring for pets all my life, grooming professionally for 10 years.
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What Stephanie would like to know about your dog
No Bully Breeds, pure or mixed,,I get alot if gaff over this, but it is my allowed preference, the decision formed over much research, news reports, and my own and others real experiences. Please don't be offended, there are many many other sitters happy to oblige.
-Please bring your pets on leash or hand carry.
-I prefer my client doggies to be neutered, up to date on shots, currently healthy.
-I will need to know of any known allergies.
-Tell me of any special needs. Your dogs should be able to go up and down stairs, but if not, is ok if I can carry, no more than 35-40# please.
- And sorry, no breeders, no pregnant dogs, or studs, per my own philosophy of we all need to do what we can to stop dog overpopulation- 4 million unwanted pets are euthanized every year,,horrible! Please, join the bandwagon to adopt strays, shelter animals, and don't buy into Guardian programs, donr buy from backyard breeders, and be sure to thoughly check a place out before you buy puppies, remember that so many people and their homes are paid to be just Fronts for puppy-mills. All shelter dogs will bond nicely with you, just give them a chance, and your time, hire a trainer if you need. Do your research on the breed(s)before you adopt, to know expected behaviors.