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Tina is an excellent dog sitter. She answers immediately and sent lots of pics of our dog having fun. It gave us peace of mind knowing that she was having a good time and was well taken care of. It was our first time using the Rover app and we couldn’t be happier. Tina was the best! You can tell she’s experienced by the questions she made about pur puppy and how she ...
Tina is a huge dog lover and I knew when I left my puppy with her he was in great hands. Thanks Tina!
This was our first exposure to Rover and we couldn’t have had a better experience. Our year and a half old, high energy, German shorthaired pointer recently spent five days with Tina. She was extremely well cared for and Tina and Jeremy were very attentive to her needs. Tina was great about sending updates and pictures of the dogs having a blast playing with each other. We feel very fortunate to have found a ...
Lots of love, fun, & a fenced yard!
I'm a trustworthy, reliable medical professional who loves and has experience caring for dogs, cats, and a variety of small animals (e.g. fish, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, rats, mice, snakes, turtles, frogs, toads, newts...).
I'm very familiar with puppies, older dogs, special needs dogs, tiny dogs (down to 4lbs), crazy smart dogs, high energy dogs whose emotions can be all over the place, and even some really big dogs (e.g. pit bulls, rottweilers ...
What Tina would like to know about your dog
If there are any behavioral issues/concerns to be prepared for, any medications, special needs, or favorite toys/treats that I should be made aware of. What equipment you would like the dog to have on when they are outside the home (e.g. harness vs. collar, jacket for warmth, etc.). What you would like me to do in case of an emergency, and whether the dog has a regular vet that you would prefer me to take them to in case of an illness/injury. Whether the dog is potty trained, and what his/her means of letting me know they need to go will be. Whether they are an escape artist, a shoe-chewing connesuir, or an ameteur goose-chaser. How the dog does with car rides (if the expectation is that they are driven somewhere for a walk). How they react to adults/children/animals in public spaces. And if there is any focus on training the dog that you would like me to be consistent with during our interactions.