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I have two dogs a yorkie, and a boxer. I’m very picky on who I let pet sit for me, because these pets are like my children. So I recently went out of town, and was referred to Trisherne to pet sit for me for a week. I must say she did an awesome job. The dogs were fed well, washed, also I had an appointment at the vet, and Trisherne took them for me with no hesitation. She is very nice, and her family loves dogs. I would recommend her without any hesitation, and I’m glad I found her.Feb 21, 2020Pet AirBnb: home veterinarian mom's reply
Thank you Dennis.
There is no better person than I can recommend as a pet sitter other than Trisherne (affectionately known as Trisha). I have known Trisha since 2003 when we met in veterinary medical school. I was drawn to her warm smile and caring spirit and we later became roommates. She has a huge heart and a genuine love for all animals which ultimately lead her to become a veterinarian. She grew up with pets and currently has a border collie mix named Clowie. She understands pets are part of the family and it is evident in how happy and healthy Clowie is. If provided the opportunity to pet sit for you I am certain you will be pleased. Caring for and loving on fur babies comes naturally for her.Nov 14, 2019Pet AirBnb: home veterinarian mom's reply
Thank you Arvis.
Trisha Roberts has a very high quality work ethic. It is evident that she is a lover of animals because she received Zula (my dog) with open arms. When it was time for me to get her, Mrs. Roberts and Zula seemed to have already built a warm relationship in just that short amount of time. Zula was clean, happy, and it was evident that she was given all of the attention and care that she craves from me. Mrs. Roberts is at the top of my list and I am 100% sure that I will be using her again!Nov 19, 2019Pet AirBnb: home veterinarian mom's reply
Thank you Ketta.
Trisha ensured Prince was comfortable and able to adapt before I left. She even managed to train him to do some things I could not.Nov 11, 2019Pet AirBnb: home veterinarian mom's reply
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pet (overnight) sitting, and dog boarding is $30/night. For each additional pet, the cost is $30/night. Pay half price for one day's visit when you send a referral that books a sitting/boarding or doggy daycare stay. Cat sitting (overnight) is $25.00 and daycare is $20. Each additional cat for overnight/boarding is $25 and $20 for each additional cat for daycare.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I welcome meet and greet appointments so that you can ask me questions and so that I can meet your fur baby. I would like to know as much information as possible ( house trained, get along with other dogs, cats and kids, flea prevention, etc.) You are welcomed to bring anything your fur baby is accustomed to using on a daily basis (toys, bed/crate, bowls, food, etc). Expect your fur baby to share one of our bedrooms, be able to have potty breaks every 0-2 hours, have daily walks/exercise and receive plenty of love and attention. I like giving daily updates just to check in to let you know how things are going unless instructed not to.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?-Doctor of Veterinary Medicine -Biological Sciences Bachelor's Degree -Animal clinic volunteer