Good Dog Almighty! Dog Walkers & Pet Sitters
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At Good Dog Almighty! Dog Walkers and Pet Sitters, we don't think that you need a miracle to have a well-behaved and well-cared-for pet(s). You need Good Dog Almighty! Good Dog Almighty! Dog Walkers and Pet Sitting is bonded and insured, and we always provide excellent references. Pets love us because we provide an escape from a boring day left indoors or in a kennel. Pet owners love us because we provide them with the peace of mind they need to focus at work, relax on a vacation, or just get through the day. Our clients know that their little loved ones are receiving the best possible dog walking and pet sitting care in Denver, so that they don't waste their days worrying! We help your pets live a happy and healthy life while you deal with the demands of a busy schedule, spouses, children, jobs, and more. Over 5 years of professional dog walking and pet sitting experience have given us the tools that we need to respond to almost any situation that arises. A lifetime of caring for pets and animals has taught us the value of trusting relationships with our non-human clientele. Flexibility, reliability, resourcefulness, and intelligence are all qualities that attract clients to Good Dog Almighty! Dog Walking and Pet Sitting. Affordability, discretion, and fantastic pet relationships are all reasons that our clients depend on us every day. We are always excited to take your questions, comments, and feedback. You can call us, email us, or find us on Facebook! We appreciate your interest. May you have a fantastic day!
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- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?Over the 2011 Christmas/New Years Holidays I had a client that was out of town for several days. I was visiting her German Shepherd twice a day and taking the dog on a walk, hoping to give her enough attention and exercise to get her through the day. Unfortunately every day as I left she began barking almost constantly. She began disturbing the neighbors in adjacent apartments and keeping them up at night. I encountered one very upset gentlemen very early one morning who expressed his concerns. I apologized to him profusely and told him that I would do everything I could to help. I had communicated previously with the owner and found out about her dog's toy restrictions and preferences. I went to the local pet store and picked up a puzzle treat ball with some soft treats. It was a huge success! The puzzle ball kept the lonely pup occupied for a while and helped pass the time between pet visits. Toys and "things" should never substitute the love and affection of a pet owner or caregiver, but they can help bridge the gap between times when pets and people can be together.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?When hiring someone to enter your home and care for your pets and your property the most important questions to ask before you hire are: 1) How much experience do you have? Professional experience is always an advantage. 2) Are you bonded & insured? If no, seek a different service provider. 3) Can you provide three (or more) references?