Tony was absolutely wonderful! I booked him last minute and he came over to meet my dog the same day. He also stayed in my house so my dog would be extra comfortable! My dog really liked him and I could tell he'd be really relaxed with Tony. I'm so happy I booked Tony to watch my dog. And I'd definitely book him again!
Thank you, Tony!
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I am a happy owner of a Shiba Inu and found myself in need of a sitter when the wife and I go to Vegas. If you know the breed, they can not be left alone for days just having them checked on. I met Tony G. Through a friend of a friend. He really came through for us in a pinch. I called him to sit for us with ...
I would highly recommend Tony as a dog sitter. He is excellent with animals and they, in turn, seem to be receptive to his caring approach. You will not be sorry if you use him as your pet sitter.
Quality dog time-at your home.
I think that the one main thing dog owners have noticed about me is that their dogs seem to sense that I am "safe", someone they can instinctively trust. I know that something I do (I'm not quite sure what it is) makes them feel good around me, and my experience with stay-over's has repeatedly given me the reward of leaving my doggy charges with their tails wagging!
I have had different kinds of stay-over's ...
What Tony would like to know about your dog
Why do I really love dogs? Well. right now they're missing from my life.
There are regrettably no dogs permitted at the condominium I live in. I've seen no evidence of cats or any other free-moving animals in the building.
The only sign of pets here is the loud screech of some exotic bird, In my last residence, the landlady kept and fed dozens of cats. Mostly all of them were feral.
It has served as a reminder to me how much more open to being loved dogs really are. There are just so many more avenues of sympathetic
communication with a dog. To me, they seem closer to humans than any other species, maybe sometimes even more than human.
I can illustrate this with a wonderful cartoon I saw years ago where a housewife is standing at the entrance to the living room talking with a neighbor, as the husband lies crouched on the floor beside the easy chair and the dog, a Great Dane, sits in the easy chair, smoking a pipe and watching TV. The housewife is speaking to her neighbor and the caption reads: "..And then, little by little, Harry just seemed to lose control."