I have 4 small dogs. They are very social and are OK with guests. My dogs are well behaved. Belle will bark at the pool man because she doesn't like that big poel they use, maybe she thinks she is protecting me. I am retired and home most of the time. I have had dogs all my life and love them to pieces. My dogs were there to be nursemaids while I went through cancer treatment.
I have doggie doors inside and another from the patio to go out into the fenced yard. My house is all tile so if there are any mishaps it is OK to clean up. One picture shows a weepad for accidents.
I have doggie beds in every room. Dogs do not need to bring their own bed, I have so many for them to choose to lay on. I do adult coloring books and have two beds by me so they can be near me while I color.
My dogs love to be held and snuggled. Your dogs will receive those hugs and snuggles too.
I have ramps to allow the dogs to either look out living room window or get up on sofa, and a ramp in bedroom to let them up on the bed, where most of them sleep. It is also a place where we play.
My house is covered with dog toys of all types. My dog Belle loves to throw a big green furry ball and chase it. Honey is a brat sometimes as you takes some of the toys out in the yard and leaves there, under a her secret bush.
I would treat your dogs like they are my own. I have taken care of friend's dogs in the past and their owners knew they would be treated and spoiled just like mine. .They would receive love and affection, treaties and toy playing if your dog does that. If your dog is a senior they will be given good care.
I have had dogs in the past that were diabetic and needed insulin every day and I had no problems giving them injections. I have run the gamut with other medications my dogs so I know how to administer them.
I will accept two dogs if they are from the same family. The same charges would apply for each dog.
One restriction: No dogs that have active fleas, even if under flea control. My dogs do not have fleas and I can't allow the chance they could get them from another dog.
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