Hi pup owners! I am a big dog lover, love all type of dogs and always been having those angels in my life, we were always incredibly close.
There is no child in my house, no resident dog either, but I do have a cat, she might freak out a little at first when she meet new pups but will ease out in a little while, she won't hurt anyone and always have her claws trimmed, so as long as your pup is not aggressive toward cats, there won't be a problem. My cat and client pup stayed in the same room without any problem.
I own a house that's fully fenced in the front yard (you can see pics on my profile) so they can have outside space if they want, it's convenient to go potty and play outside. Please notify me if your pup has escaping problems so when I take them out I will put them on a leash just in case that they don't try to run off if they find gaps or dig under the fence or jump out in lower areas, etc.
I am a student of UVU, currently staying home and going to school, so I will have lots of time to give them attention and take care of them. About the amount of pups staying at my house, I prefer to sit no more than two or a pack per time, maximum three if they are well behaved and small (one large, two small would be ideal ) to make sure all the pups staying at my house get enough attention and space.
There is a free room for staying pups in my house if they need, they can sleep on the bed, couch or with me! And I do found pups like to sleep in my recliner in the living room :D Please bring your own dog food and maybe treats, crate/bed, toys, etc. depends on your pups habit, feel free to bring any specifics, routine lists, we would love to and will try to make every pup's stay as comfortable as possible :)
I previously own a dog with epilepsy cause by brain tumor, we tried to fight it , she lasted for about a year after we found out she was sick, I took care of her and was with her until the very last moment of her life. My little angel is at the rainbow bridge now. So I have some experience to pay close attention on them when they are sick.
I owned another dog who was aggressive toward other dogs, so if they are 50 pounds or under, I can handle it too, as long as they are not aggressive toward cats.
Feel free to text or leave a message with any questions, I'm excited to meet new doggie buddies!
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