Terra was very nice and was able to give my puppy everything she needed, and she was very communicative and caring. I will definitely be working with her again!
Terra is always great!
Tara is very responsible and always responsive to requests. She leaves the best recaps of my pups walks which always leave a smile on my face! She is a keeper!
Your dog will be THIS happy with us
I'm back on Rover!!!! If you want your baby to come stay with us you can be sure that they will be treated like our own. They will have free roam of our house. We live in a two bedroom house in the La Mesa/college area on canyon with a huge yard and large patio. It is fenced and completely safe! Just a little about my family! My husband Tony is a chef at ...
What Terra would like to know about your dog
We do not have a breed preference. Every different breed has some different unique quirk which we love!
We would like to know the important stuff you would tell a babysitter if you were leaving your child with them because that's what dogs are. They are an extension of our family and are our children. Whether we are siting in our home or yours we want to know your routine at home. The best thing for the dog is to not have their routine messed up. They are already going to be out of their element since A. they are not in their own home or B. have a new strange person in their home. No matter what the situation we want to ensure that the transition will go as smoothly as possible.
We also would like to know of any bad habits. Every dog has them and their bad habits will not change our mind about taking care of them. It is not a big deal to us but we would like to know what to look out for so the animal doesn't hurt themselves or something else.
We would also like to know of any expectation you may have. i.e. walking, dog parks, snacks, playing, and if we are staying in your home anything related to that.
Of course, if they are coming to stay with us in our home they need to be up to date on all shots, heart worm and flea preventatives! We want to protect all animals in our care by making sure no one coming into our home will have something that they could transfer to another.