My name is Mera and I am a stay at home dog trainer and maid for my best friend of 10 years with a disability. Her puppy (Frankie) is in training to be a full fledged service dog in the up coming near future! We are in the process of getting him ready for that. We take hour walks twice a day to our local park/large field; and constantly have him around other people, in public, and around other dogs. On the side id love to care for other's animals, even have them over night :) Training is also a possibility if you are looking for that sort of day or overnight care for your hairy baby!
Going for walks is free and included with any type of care :)
We are a crate free environment and encourage your pup to sleep in bed with us. If you would rather crate training however, your own crate would be required. We use Gluten free treats for all the dogs, frankie has doggy IBS(Irritable bowel syndrome).
Here we do all sorts of training. teaching them how to understand words and commands containing but not limited to:
and even phrases. (Frankie knows all of these by the way.)
"out of the road"
"you're being rude."
"you're invited"/"not invited"
"not clear"-for crossing streets.
"That isn't your yard"
"stay in the grass"
"don't be jealous"
"Don't be nosy"
"stay by me"
"ride in the car"
"lets go home"
"Can you hear me?"
Id be happy to explain any of these if some of them are confusing. :)
Training hours are extremely flexible per Mom's or Dad's request.
Overnight boarding starts at 6 pm and pick up ends at 10 am
Daycare is from 10:25 am to 5:45 pm as you can see I give plenty of time between for late parent pick ups or drop offs so there would be no confusion for rates. :)
Of course if you need to drop off your baby for an earlier daycare that would be acceptable.
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