I'm a dog lover at heart. I was raised with larger dogs and medium sized dogs (A Spanish Masitff and a Welch Corgey) and I currently own a small breed dog Yorkie Daschund d cross) Her name is Bailey. She isn't spayed but she will be in the coming months. I have a medium sized fully fenced in yard that any and all dogs can roam free in. They will never be left unattended (unless on overnight stays for sleep purposes. Which I will always remain in same room) and will be cared for by someone who knows how to handle all types of dogs including ones aggressive to people. All animals like me and I can do mediocre training if wanted as well for a small extra fee.
Some people would say I'm mildly obsessed with the well being of my own dog but I believe my furry little friend is family. She takes care of me as much as I take care of her. I used to volunteer at the SPCA so I have lots of experience with rescue dogs. Bailey herself was bought from a breeder and has all of her vaccinations and shots. She's a lovable teddy bear and gets along with all things including cats. She's always friendly. When with me dogs feel comfortable because I always maintain a level head and calm demeanour. I love all dogs but larger ones specifically. I tend to find larger dogs and I click on a more personal level as I am a big person myself. Standing at six-foot three inches I tower over most people.
I have ways of keeping dogs on the main floor (see pictures) but they are not limited to the main floor. They can get plenty of exercise at the nearby park and will go running/walking with me every day. My dog is fed at 5pm when I eat dinner. I find it is easier to schedule feeding times around my own that way the dog feels part of the "pack" instead of a guest. My ultimate objective is to make sure the dog is returned happy and healthy. A kennel is no place for a dog. They're treated like... well... dogs! Here they're treated as members of the family. I have plenty of grooming tools as well (brushes etc) so dogs with long fur who need to be brushed regularly are no problem!
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