Puppy Love Carol's Dog Walking/Small Dog Sitting Service
I have turned my love for dogs into a business that is never considered work. I have been in business over 6 yrs. I have over 30 yrs experience owning & training dogs. I also foster dogs for Home at Last Dog Rescue along with owning my personal dogs. I do dog walking which is $20/for half an hour 2 or more days a week. If the weather is bad I do a short walk or let out in the yard to potty. I clean up and we have playtime in the house. All of my clients get a biscuit before I leave. I also do small dog sitting in my home. All dogs must be neutered/spayed and up to date on all vaccines. My personal dogs and my foster dogs are all vaccinated and altered, we want to keep everyone healthy. Boarding is $60/day and your dog is in a home setting and gets a lot of attention. I also send pictures and updates to you. Many of my clients are my former fosters. You can check out reviews of my FB page Puppy Love Carol's Dog Walking/Sitting Service and leave me a message or you can email me firstname.lastname@example.org.
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How do you serve precious pets?
- Dog Walking
- Pet Sitting
What part of the animal kingdom do you serve?
On a scale of snail to elephant, what size animals do you work with?
- under 20 lbs
Cat-astrophes happen! What is your cancellation policy?
- 24 hours notice required
Without pet parents, Petmasters wouldn't exist. What discount do you offer our dedicated members? (e.g. 20% off their first session, etc.)
I offer a free consultation ($25 value) if you book
Which part of the country do you serve pets?
Phila, PA - Roxborough, East Falls, Manayunk, Lafayette Hill, Norristown, Chestnut Hill
What year did you begin serving pets?
How did you hone your craft?
Years of fostering have taught me how to handle some difficult pups. Those that are shy, nervous or overly excited.
What tip would you give pet parents for working with animals that you've learned as a pro?
Give your dog time to decompress and adjust to you and your home. Let them acclimate at their pace. Do not rush the process. Have patience and be consistent but most of all show them love.