Hi, I'm Nicole! I'm a dog lover and animal activist. I rescued my dog 4 years ago when she was only 8 weeks old. Since then, I have been an active volunteer for rescue organizations and held multiple, professional positions at LifeLine Animal Project.
I remain a foster parent for Fulton County Animal Services when I do not have other guest animals in my care. Because of this, I am comfortable working with all breeds and sizes, and am familiar handling most behavioral issues that can be seen in dogs as well.
My apartment is 1-bedroom with an open living area that your dog will be able to enjoy. Couch snuggles are always welcome. There is a private balcony off the living area and a fenced in grassy-area within the apartment complex for dogs who enjoy additional time outside.
When home alone, my dog will be closed into my bedroom. Guest dogs who are fully house trained and used to staying loose, can be baby-gated into the kitchen area. I have room for dogs who are not house-trained or are used to staying in a crate to be set up in the living area. I have 1 small crate and 1 medium crate. If you dog requires a larger one, you will need to provide it. I have a water bowl that fits into all size crates, a separate food dish, a dog bed and a toy box for all guest dogs to take advantage of. I can guarantee your dog will feel right at home with me.
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