- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Depending on the demand or frequency of time the pet spends with the client whether or not we can come up with a budget that that will work with you
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Pets are just as sensitive as humans and it's important to treat them with the same respect. If I feel that the pet is feeling depressed I am going to make sure I treat the pet with the same love and care as I would another human being. I would do this by socializing with the pet more more at the dog park, showing the pet more attention and affection, and try to schedule more time for the pet to have the love and care to get out and introducing the pet to different daily activities. It's important to continually observe the pets behavior and look out for signs, notify all parties of the situations and if needed call the veterinary.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have volunteered at many Animal Shelters such as the West Suburban Humane Society, I am also NIH certified. In addition to this I am also going to graduate schoool to become a behavioral health psychologist. I am also a millennial on wags have taken over 170 dogs for walks, am also rated highly on Rover where I incorporated my house sitting, boarding, training and dispensing of oral medication to pets of all different sizes and breeds.