My name is Hannah, and I am a full-time graduate student here at USC. I am also the full-time mom of Jango Fett, a miniature Australian Shepherd. Jango and I have been inseparable since his first rescue day from an overrun puppy mill in east Texas. My home was to be a temporary home until some room in the rescue opened up, but it was love at first sight! I have been fostering and providing temperament evaluation for rescue groups for five years now, and I have witnessed the entire spectrum of pet personalities. Jango and I have played host to bottle-fed kittens, caged rodents, tiny Yorkies, and gentle Danes. We're comfortable with a variety of behavior patterns, and I am committed to ensuring that your pet's routine stays on track while in my care.
Our home is centered around a pet-friendly atmosphere. Jango and I keep spare kennels, bags, and treats on hand. Doors, trash, and cabinets are secured with child proof locks. Door ways leading outside are always closed double secured with baby gate barriers. We also clean our home with only pet-approved, pet-safe products. Each month, our home is treated for fleas and mosquitoes and our carpet is cleaned. My goal is to maintain an environment that is fun for your pet and safe for them too!
Jango and I are frequent visitors to the Danny Jackson dog park, where Jango has figured out all of the muddiest spots in which to play. I'm sure he'd be happy to show your pups where they can find the most fun too. We also like long, evening walks around the Memorial Park trails to get some exercise into our schedules. So we're a great fit for an active dog, but we also open our doors to couch potato pups too! Jango is more than happy to share his window seat with your dog, so they can watch all of the neighborhood cats to ensure they don't come too close.
Pick-up: Because of the hectic nature of mornings in our home with feedings/walks, I do not accept drop-offs before 10am. If you have an early flight or departure time, please make arrangements to drop your pet off the evening before, as this will help you pet acclimate better.
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