I have been a passionate dog owner for 8 years. I have been a dog lover since birth.
I am a stay at home "wife". I am home 85% of the day. We live in a town house . I posted some pictures from around my house to show the patio, courtyard, and I have some walking space for even the more restless dogs. My patio is small but there is a dog park only blocks away.
My day usually starts waking up around 5:30am feeding my family two and four legged members. Meme (dog), Pavarotti and I hang out at the house watch tv, or play on the floor. My living room has alot of open space so we play fetch with a ball or toys. Meme enjoys the frosty paws Ice cream treats I think she would love to share with her new friends.
We go to the dog park right down the street even though the dog part is closed at the moment. we still walk around and get exercise. I bring bottled water with me. meme will only drink britta water, We always have enough cold in the fridge.
Meme, Pavarotti and I eat lunch around 12ish, she usually eats a snack and just nibbles on her puppy food. Pavarotti tries to eat everyone's food .My boyfriend and his son are both animal lovers. They get on the floor and play or sometime meme and Pavarotti just gets into the lap of anyone available and will watch Tv. I know some people maybe nervous about having a 5 year old around but My boyfriend's son is only here half the time.He is in school during the day and his bed time is at 7:15pm. He is great with animals. He is very excited about the idea of having more dogs over to pet sit.
I serve dinner around 5:30-600pm to the family, no matter how many legs they have. :) Kevin and I walk the dog after we have the little one in bed. Giving meme and Pavarroti treat when they come in. . The little one in the house will be closely supervised with all animals.
I also make homemade organic doggy biscuits as treats. My human family don't eat preservatives, I wouldn't expect my four legged babies eat them either.
I would greatly appreciate any special accommodations written so I can respect you and your pet's special needs.
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