Dogs Over 1 Year Old
No Females in Heat
Susan provided care for my 110-lb. lab when I needed to go out of town and could not take him along. It was worry-free. After meeting her and seeing her interact with my dog, I felt very comfortable leaving him with her. He hardly noticed me drive away! She kept in contact with me by texting photos and responding quickly whenever I checked in. She is very gentle and kind, both to pets and to ...
Susan is our next door neighbour. For several years she and her husband Frank looked after our Lab mutt, Cookie, when we were away.
They loved her as much as we did, and she loved them. Cookie was naturally drawn to both Sue and Frank. She immediately trusted them (which was unusual for her) and regularly trotted over to their house for belly rubs and affection. She greeted their cars when they came home. If ...
Your dog will be my priority.
Pampering and enjoying the company of dogs are things I absolutely love; however, I will at times need to ask for some scheduling flexibility. Occasionally I need to devote my days to help and care for parents. While I can probably accommodate most client daycare needs, there may be some times when I would be unavailable for a few days. My specialty is occasional daycare, daycare for visitors to the area, and on-call last-minute fill-in ...
What Susan would like to know about your dog
We have a four-year-old quiet mellow happy rescued beagle. He has two long adventure walks every day, and as many short ones as he and/or I want. He follows me from room to room and naps nearby or keeps me company by watching whatever I am up to. He likes other dogs who are not overly playful. Occasional romps and games are fun, but he feels threatened by too much rambunctious play. His philosophy is Peaceful Coexistence. We would welcome a companion who would be happy in this environment.