We just moved here from far away and have never left our furry kids with anyone but family before - so of course we were nervous! Virginia was great. She sent us lots of updates and we feel very at ease and comfortable about leaving our pups with her. She is very understanding of their unique personalities and quirks. This was a test run for a longer stay over the holidays, and we will definitely be ...
We are extremely blessed to have found Virginia. We did a meet and greet the day before we were leaving for Tennessee. After a few minutes, my babies were very comfortable!! Virginia showed us the back yard, and assured me, the dogs will go out every 2 hours for potty breaks. While away from Lastat and Dozier, Virginia communicated how they both were doing as well as sent pictures. I can’t say enough about ...
Virginia was great! Our little puppy has separation anxiety when he's away from us. She was patient and comforting. She sent messages and pictures to update us while we were gone. i will definitely have her take care of our puppy again:)
If you love them, so will I!
My husband and I are volunteer members of Animal Rescue; we have had all ages, all types, and all sizes of pets since we first had a home (1995). I am accustomed and sensitive to special-needs pets, those on special diets or medications, I have a local vet whom I would contact instantly if I see that a furry or feathered pal is acting peculiarly or seems not to feel well, and I would contact ...
What Virginia would like to know about your dog
Are they housebroken, do they have meds or special food given to them, whether they tend to be aggressive or hostile (which doesn't necessarily rule them out for me; I just need to know what to expect), have they ever bitten anyone, what kinds of treats do they like best, how many walks per day do they need, do they drink a lot of water, what are their favorite toys and games, would it be all right to take them for short rides in the car (if they like rides), is there anything--health- or otherwise--that I need to know about them before I begin working with them.