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Aimee's Happy Paws
5.0
from 14 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 9 hires on Thumbtack
Barb B.
Verified review

To say that Aimee takes good care of our dog, Ivy would be the understatement of the year! We think Ivy loves her more than she loves us! And she comes home exhausted and sleeps for 2 days! WIN/WIN. We love her!

Dogs in My Home
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Karla W.
Verified review

Our experience with Laura and Jeff at Dogs In My Home has been a blessing. We had a 15 1/2 year old Golden Retriever that needed special care and they gave it. He loved spending time with them and I felt 100% comfortable leaving Buddy there for weeks while we were out of the country. I knew I could count on them to take as good or better care of him than we did! I look forward to taking our next puppy to Dogs In My Home!

The WoofHouse
4.4
from 7 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Andi W.
Verified review

Connie is fantastic! Her love for dogs shines through everything she does, and I'd trust her again with my dogs in a heartbeat. Her business is set up for proper and loving care of dogs of all sizes. She cares about each dog's health and well being, and we enjoyed the bonus, unofficial socialization 'training' that our dogs received with both people and other dogs. It was also easy to plan for a trip as all we needed to pack for the dogs was their food; Connie takes care of the rest. And knowing my cuddle dogs would still get their cuddle time in addition to lots of yard space to run and play helped me feel at ease in leaving them. If you need a place to board your dog for overnight stays or just for the day, WoofWoof is the place to go! Additionally, there is a dog grooming facility on site. Dawn is sweet, thorough, and made our dogs look like they were ready for a show. Best grooming and nail trimming service we've ever had, and at a great, reasonable price. My dogs might actually enjoy the experience now!

  • 7 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Andrew F.
Verified review

Wags is perfect for days when I have to work a little longer than usual, and the dog needs a little break from being home alone. The walkers are professional and courteous, and always leave a note detailing the walk, which is very helpful. My dog goes a little nuts around other dogs, so he can't really go to daycare, and Wags is the perfect solution! I would recommend them to anyone looking for a trustworthy and reliable dog walker. Plus, they are one of the only services in the area with online booking.

CeCe's Pet Care
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 5 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Kate F.
Verified review

Cindy is amazing! She helped me through hard times- she is above and beyond an amazing care taker!!

Helping Hounds Training
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Sheila R.
Verified review

My company produces large expos for pet lovers across the country. As a result, I’ve met literally thousands of dog trainers, from Anchorage to Miami and Boston to San Francisco - and gotten more advice than I’d like from many of them. I can confidently say that Erin Wigginton, owner and head trainer of Helping Hounds Training, is one of the very best and she quite literally changed our lives. I originally reached out to Erin because my canine soulmate, Enzo, had become fear reactive and I knew it was only a matter of time until someone was seriously injured by him; he’d become a very dangerous dog and could no longer be trusted. Even though I had originally been working with another trainer, who talked a lot about “rehabilitation” and “being balanced,” “dog psychology,” being the “pack leader” and making sure I was the “alpha,” the original problems I had sought help for (Enzo behaving like a normal six-month teenage brat), ended up becoming much much worse. One of the first things that this trainer did was fit Enzo for a pinch collar and the second thing that he did was show me how to properly snap the lead to correct any undesirable behavior or even to prevent an anticipated unwanted behavior. I really hated how Enzo yelped with each correction. When I expressed concern, I was told that it was simply doggie “drama" and that the collar didn’t really hurt him; it was just like the correction that a mother dog gives her puppies and it was meant to get his attention - that if I didn’t buck up and start acting like a pack leader, like the human “alpha” I should be, Enzo would turn into a monster. According to the trainer, the problem wasn’t with Enzo at all - the problem was with me. In the meantime, Enzo started displaying some new and scary behaviors, like lunging and growling at strangers and anything human in shape, including sculptures and statues, and no longer enjoyed his daily walks. And he absolutely terrified of his trainer - like “pee on himself when the trainer arrives” scared. I decided that I didn’t care about any “theory” or “rehabilitation,” I cared about Enzo’s well-being, so I fired our trainer and began searching for options that I hoped could help make Enzo whole again. The more I read, the more I learned, the more (legitimate) canine behavior experts I spoke to, I came to realize that Enzo wasn’t being “trained” by his former “trainer,” he was being bullied, terrorized and abused. After a ton of research on Helping Hounds and their training methods, I thought that they might be the answer to our prayers. Erin was a very different type of trainer and proved to be everything that I had hoped for: patient, understanding, kind and respectful of Enzo’s needs. Enzo loved her immediately - and most importantly - Erin loved him right back. As a result of her patient work with building Enzo’s confidence and educating both of us on how to better understand one another, my boy is now a happy and healthy canine who no longer lives in constant fear of strangers. Erin believed in him and believed in us and I can’t even tell you how much that means to me - and Enzo. I made some big mistakes - HUGE mistakes - with Enzo’s early training and may never get over the guilt; I can promise you that if you introduce Erin to your own best friend, you’ll be nothing but happy and your canine companion will thank you for it.

Wolfgang's Pet Stop
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Susan W.
Verified review

I love this sweet little shop in my neighborhood. I adopted 2 of my 3 dogs from an even they held for stray adoptions. I take all 3 for grooming. The staff is very loving to the "girls" and make them look beautiful. Shop this family owned local shop and enjoy the care they give their customers. Also they have day care and it is so fun to come in and meet the "regulars".

No Leash Needed
3.7
from 3 reviews
  • 8 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
Tanya M.
Verified review

I have used NLN for puppy classes and the day training program. They exceeded my expectations and I have been a loyal client of their other services too. I really enjoyed that the trainers seemed to actually care about my dog and how we were progressing each day. I recommend them to anyone.

Brandi Apps
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Tamara C.
Verified review

Brandi did a nail trim on my senior lab, and she was great! She arrived on time, kept my lab calm and comfortable, and the price was fair and affordable. I'll definitely use her again!

  • New on Thumbtack
About

Are you worried about your dog while you're away at work? Many pet parents worry their dog is bored, not getting enough exercise and/or damaging belongings or furnishings while they're at work. Rosie's Doggie Daycare provides fun cage-free doggie day care that can make a major difference in your and your dog's life. Our day care includes exercise, playtime, fresh air, and an opportunity to build socialization skills and most importantly, a chance to burn off all that pent-up energy! Give your dog something fun to look forward to every day! Our day care attendants have years of dog handling experience and are dog behavior experts -- ensuring that your pet will have a safe, fun, and enriching experience while at Rosie's. Rosie's also features a full-service grooming Salon with highly experienced and gentle groomers. We customize each haircut to your desires and offer specialty services such as creative coloring, de-skunking and FURminator de-shedding. Do you have a dog that could brush up on his/her manners? We offer many training packages and classes with our certified dog trainer. Training enhances communication between dog and owner and can help immensely with problem behaviors.

  • New on Thumbtack
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At the Frolic Inn, we take all the typical kennel services including boarding, day care and grooming, to a new standard of care in a 40-acre environment that is inspiring and sustainable. What's more, we embrace science-based methodologies to develop pet behavior for the benefit of all. In short, we think outside the crate.

  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
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Check out this enterprise if you need pros who offer satisfactory overnight dog care services in Alton. They also provide house care jobs.

  • 4 years in business
  • New on Thumbtack
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If you're trying to find a pet sitter who provides quality services in Alton, check out and try this expert. This individual has two years of field experience.

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