I'm that lady that can't help herself from making cutesy sounds at your dog when I see you on the street. My own 15-year-old puppy just passed away (her 16-year-old "sister" passed away three years ago) and I'm not ready for another full-time pup of my own yet.
I would, however, love your pups to come visit me at my house. There will obviously be lots of cuddling and fun walks and you'll probably get more photos texted to your phone than you can handle because if there's anything I love almost as much as puppy (all dogs are puppies to me) cuddling, it's puppy photo shoots.
In real life I'm a CPA and accountant for a local software company. Because I have a full time job, I can't be with your pups all day during the workweek.
I have a lot of experience caring for senior dogs, including managing and administering medication.
I've recently updated my policy to take care of only two pups at a time (previously it was three). Taking only two pups at a time will allow me to provide more individualized care and attention to each pup!
I do have three cats, including two kittens who are very curious about dogs and like to get to know the pup visitors.
My house has a good sized fenced yard, but I generally like to stay with the pup when they're in the yard because I do live on a busy street.
I'm probably not the best fit for super high energy pups who need a ton of exercise. Pups here generally get a quick walk in the morning to take care of business, and then a longer (usually about a mile) walk in the early evening. If you have a pup that is used to regular runs, he or she may be a little bored here.
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