Services

House Sitting

$25
in your home
per night

Drop-In Visits

$12
30-minute check-ins
per visit

Dog Walking

$15
30-minute walks
per walk
Cat care, pick-up & drop-off, bathing / grooming

Traveling Preferences

0-15
lbs
16-40
lbs
41-100
lbs
101+
lbs

Availability

  • Available
  • Unavailable
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Drop-In Visits Cancellation Policy:
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About Sue

30
years of experience
  • First Aid & CPR
  • Verified Background Check

Nanna Sue In-Your Home Pet Sitting

For over thirty years I have provided loving homes for cats and dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds. Photos provided are of my two darling Scotties no longer with me, and my current lovee, Keegan. I'd like nothing better than to share my love of animals with your family pet as an in-house sitter for a day, a week, or longer. Wouldn't it be nice to leave your treasure home in his or her ...

What Sue would like to know about your dog

As advertised, I am available for Scottish Terrier care only. I would need a good profile from the owner as to his or her habits, likes and dislikes, food requirement. I must be able to get in touch quickly with absent owner. Any tendency toward separation anxiety must be discussed before hand; and I might need to become familiar with the animal beforehand as well. You simply can not just walk in and take over...not with the temperament of a Scottie anyway. In answer to one of the below questions, no, I am not a bonded business.

Additional Skills
Oral Medication Administration
Senior Dog Experience
Can provide daily exercise
First Aid/CPR
Special Needs Dog Experience

When Sue watches your pet

Having owned Scotties for years I. understand that they can be quite demanding when it comes to expected daily activities. Personally, I recommend a good secure dog park for daily visits. While Scotties may not always be the most personal and forthcoming socially, I have always found that they appreciate and often require this daily opportunity to be free and to inspect their environment. I also dedicated a certain amount of time each day to personal play and attention. Mine were "ball aficionados," and at time would play for a half hour or more. Diet is up to the owner, but I found a good grain free nugget. mixed with freshly cooked heavy on the vegetables and fish the best for skin issues (which Scotties are notorious). I don't mind your pet sleeping with me on a sleepover, but my Scotties did not seem to like that. So we will go with the dog's requirements. Walking, of course, is a must. I am used to some dogs not being the best on leash and exactly friendly toward other animals. My Farley was a dear but a. terror in that respect, yet just fine when off leash at the park. Who knows?

Sue's Service Area

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