Veronica a super sweet girl who took very good care of my fur baby (who just had major surgery a couple weeks prior). Veronica is very respectful and polite, and sent lots of pics while dog sitting to let me know she was doing well and ease my mind. My fur baby really loved her too, so it was a great fit. I will be using her again and would highly recommend her services!
I highly recommend Veronica as a dog caregiver. While I was away I left my dog Bentley with Veronica for about a week. During that time Veronica went above and beyond my expectations. She walked him without me having to ask, communicated when she was coming or going, and adminstered my dogs medicine on time each day (which she also communicated). Communication is big for me especially when Im away and she had no issues ...
Veronica is an exceptional and attentive dog sitter and student who is always willing to go the extra mile no matter the task! She is responsible and flexible, willing to work with any requests you might have for your dog's needs. Additionally, she is studying to become a veterinarian and comes from a strong background of animal health sciences, providing security that in any situation for your pet, she will be prepared!
Your Pet's Favorite New Friend
Leaving your pet in the hands of a stranger can be a terrifying thing. Our pets are essentially our family and it is important that they are being left in the hands of someone you can trust. As a pet sitter, it is my responsibility to provide that trust and sense of wellness for the owner so that they know that the person they have hired is someone who will take care of their family ...
What Veronica would like to know about your dog
1.) Does your pet have any allergies?
2.) What is your dog's temperament? Would it be beneficial to meet before the job takes place?
3.) How old is your pet?
4.) Are there any health limitations or illnesses?
5.) Is your pet on any medications that I should be aware of?
6.) What is your preference on treats?
7.) Is your pet able to be around small children or other dogs?
8.) Can your pet eat table food?