I have been an animal lover my entire life and have been working with them for over 20 years, initially going to college to be a vet. I did my internship at the Baltimore Zoo, I am a former vet tech and I have a heavy background in training. The number one thing I offer my clients is peace of mind. I am happy to provide constant updates, pictures, and progress reports, as well as work on any training issues that you're striving to conquer.
I live in a gated community and I live less that 1/4 mile from a one vet, less than 3 miles from the Pet E.R. and less than 3 miles from several other vets in case an emergency arrives.
My home is large three story house with approximately 2500 square feet. I offer both integration and segregation for your pet. It is next to a large open yard/space and right across from Goucher College and the trails over there. I love to take the dogs over for walks and hikes.
I am very open minded and I believe the best thing I offer my clients is peace of mind and understanding. I am a dog mom myself and they are my family. I take direction very well and understand that my clients and their pets have idiosyncrasies and quirks and I am happy to oblige without judgement. I like to know up front exactly what they are and the dogs preferences. Does it prefer to be under the covers, on the floor, in a crate, walked on the right, or left. If it is important to the client and their dog, I am happy to go out of my way to ensure they feel their dog is getting the best care possible. I also would like to know emergency contact information and if the animal is up to date on shots.
The most consistent feedback I get from my clients is that I love and care for your pet as if it was my own. Family members do not just have two legs ;-)
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