I always lived around dogs but not recently since I moved to California from France and I miss that.
Since I arrived here, I took care of a lot of friend's and family's dogs, and that's a really fun experience to me, that's why I want it to keep going!
I'm never tired to play with dogs. They are my favorites animals, they make your life so much funnier. They are always ready to give love to people.
I'm regularly walking to the park next to my house to enjoy some outside time spending, and it always make it funnier when I can bring a little friend with me!
Let me know anything that feels important to you that I should know before I meet your dog, and everything should be okay. I don't have any breed preference, the bigger dogs I've take care of are labs, I don't think I'll do way bigger than that mostly if they are young because they really need to spend a lot of energy to feel good after a long day and I won't be able to run with them on walks or even walk for hours with them pulling hard on the leash.
Other than that, there is a lot of things that would be interesting to know about your dog, first about his food. Does he have a special diet? Is he used to receive treats or not?
Also anything about his history, how old is he? Did he got any traumatism in is life? Did he already got separate from you? Was everything okay for him? Where is he used to sleep? What time and how long is he used to be walk? Is he house broken? How is he with other animals?
I will never leave him alone outside, I'll be there to play fetch or pull with him on his favorite toys but I also will let him time to sniff around and get familiar with his new environment. We will go for walks around the beautiful park near the house and around the nice neighborhood.
Inside, he will be able to enjoy the AC, lay on cold tile or comfy carpet as he rather. I'll be playing with him, as they usually love to run all around the house, or just enjoy a moment of calm with me in front of the tv. And of course he will have as many cuddles as he can handle!
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