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Sally was very nice to work with and my dog Lucy enjoyed working with her too. Lucy liked to jump up a lot and Sally taught us techniques that showed results right away. She had great tips and suggestions on how to care for her. We plan to hire Sally if Lucy ever needs care while we are out of town.Feb 4, 2017Verified
We met Sally before hiring her to take care of our "baby" in her home and were impressed with her experience and knowledge of dogs and did hire her to dog sit for us. Our dog is a rescue with several issues and she was very understanding and accommodated for them. We will be using her again.May 16, 2016Verified
Very professional and flexible for our first meeting.Oct 11, 2017Verified
Sally is AMAZING! She is very accommodating in her schedule. She is very patient with the process, especially with the owner (me) who needs more training than my fur baby! Thank you, Sally for giving me the tools to enjoy my sweet Belle even more!May 25, 2017Verified
Quincy had a great time!Oct 7, 2016Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Training: This depends on what the dog requires. I start at 35.00 per hour. Pet sitting: The price will depend on the travel for pet sitting as well as the number of pets you have. I accept dogs in my home for sitting as I work from home, so your dog is not locked in a cage all day. I accept only spayed or neutered dogs with good temperament, and are crate trained for bed time. Depending on needs and temperament of the pet , pricing starts at 35.00 a day. Pricing varies due to holidays and special needs/temperament of the dog. The price for training will depend on the actual problem you are having with your dog.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?In pet sitting: I meet the pets first. I have the owner write down the animals likes and dislikes as well as any behavior problems. There is a contract to sign. Shot records are required. Training : we go over the problem at hand and discuss how to best fix it. Ultimately it is the owner's daily work that will solve the problem. For basic obedience, we start at the beginning and work through the basic commands which can take 6 to 8 weeks.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Experience: Traininer in a long standing Dog club in PA, AKC Evaluator, Therapy Dog Evaluator,and since 2015 learning service dog work. As for pet sitting, I have done this for over 10 years with regular clients.