Hello neighbors! I’m a past Humane Society Volunteer that has cared for dogs of all breeds, ages, and sizes since I was 13. I am home 24/7 and my roomy home with a fenced back yard will allow your pets to play and rest well while you are at work. We will take walks mostly in the Edgewater Blvd. neighborhood on the grass-lined and roomy sidewalks and also at Glacier Park, Baker Park, Edgewater Park, and also the Meridian Neighborhood Park. My goal is their health and happiness!
If I am sitting only two dogs, I will take them to the Lacey Dog Park as well to chase balls to their heart's content (park rules state you cannot bring more than three and I will be taking my own dog, Ghost). Also, let me know if there is something you are trying to work on with your dog (crate training perhaps?) and I will help you out. I am not a professional trainer, but I have successfully trained dogs throughout my life and always use positive reinforcement techniques.
I will ask you some general questions regarding your pet and fill out a short form for you at our meet and greet or when the dog comes to my home. This form is for my own reference so I can care for your fur-baby the best that I can.
Before working at the Whitman County Humane society, I passed their volunteer application and questionnaire and completed their Dog Walker Orientation. I fed, watered, brushed, played fetch and tug of war, and walked up to six medium and small dogs at a time. I walked 4 large dogs at a time. I also administered oral medications, and enjoyed helping shelter animals with social skills and training while performing duties that helped their health and well being. I greatly enjoyed getting to know each animal, and I can't wait to get to know yours!
I currently have a remote (work from home) job grading SATs and other tests, but I choose my own hours and I will only take shifts on days there are no dogs to walk or watch. I'll be happy if there aren't any of those days!
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