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Erin D.

1 Review
$45/night
Other Sitters Nearby
  • Responds within 45 minutes
  • Cancellation Policy:
    Flexible

Pet Requirements

  • 1-20 lbs
  • 20-40 lbs
  • 40-80 lbs
  • 80+ lbs
All Ages OK

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About Erin

We are a family that likes adventure and we would love to care for your dogs. We live in Buckhead in a condo on Peachtree. My husband and I both work from home so we are very flexible. From vet visits, to overnights to a quick check on your dog we can handle it all.
We currently don't have any pets so we have lots of LOVE to give your dogs! Will send pictures and updates while they are in our care. We have a 6yr old daughter who is so loving, gentle and loves animals!
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Erin D.

1 Review
$45/night
Other Sitters Nearby
  • Responds within 45 minutes
  • Cancellation Policy:
    Flexible

Availability

  • Available
  • Unavailable
  • 1 Spot Left
  • Booked
  • Last updated November 7, 2016

Credentials

Course 101 Graduate
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Services & Rates

Boarding Overnight At Erin's Home
$45 /night
  • Watches up to 3 dogs/night
House Sitting Overnight At Your Home
$45 /night
  • Willing to travel 15 miles
Daycare At Erin's Home
$25 /day
  • Watches up to 3 dogs/day
Dog Walking
$15 /half-hour
$20 /hour
  • Willing to travel 10 miles
Home Visits
$25 /visit
  • Willing to travel 10 miles
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1 Review
I left 2 pages of detailed instructions and made sure to mention that Daisy is 11 weeks old and needs 24-7 supervision. I told Erin it was okay to crate Daisy if she needed to leave home. When I returned, one toy was missing and a food container was full. I confronted Erin and she denied it, insisting that Daisy never missed a meal. Erin couldn’t follow simple instructions and didn’t seem to have experience with a young puppy. Erin went out the night I returned, so she left the door unlocked. I walked in to see Daisy running free and her things scattered all over. She chewed up socks, a Play-Doh container, toilet paper, food containers ($3.99 a piece!), and ate an entire box of Kong treats, giving her horrible diarrhea for several days. She could have easily ingested dangerous chemicals in the bathroom or electrocuted herself chewing on cords in the living room. Erin was surprised to hear the news and said, “Didn’t think she had that in her! We never had any issues with her in the short time that we had left her alone.” I could NOT believe that Erin left Daisy alone outside of the crate on more than one occasion! I made it very clear that Daisy is a curious, teething puppy and will get into anything if you turn your back for even a minute. I’m sure Erin and the family showered Daisy with lots of love and affection, but keeping her out of danger should have been the first priority. This family should probably stick with older dogs that don’t require constant supervision.
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