How can I Help You?
Do you have a work-from-home arrangement and can't get your dog out for a walk? Or, are you planning to travel without your pets?
I can help with all that, and more!
I take care of pets in Downtown San Jose, Willow Glen, Cambrian, and Campbell. I'm licensed, insured, and Red Cross-certified for dog and cat first aid.
Tip o' the Month
Keep Your Pet Well-hydrated this Summer
Summer heat is just around the corner. As with humans, it's important that your pets have easy access to clean, fresh water. How can you tell, though, if your pet is dehydrated? Here are a couple of tricks that work for dogs and cats.
- Lift skin at the back of his neck and release it. If your pet is well hydrated, the skin snaps back in place.
- Alternatively, check her gums. Dry, sticky gums mean your pet needs more water. Moist, slick gums indicate your dog is well hydrated.
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Dog Walks | Drop-in Visits
When you're home, I’ll text or call upon arrival so you can meet me at the door with the leash and your pup ready to go. I won’t enter the house, if you prefer. I always wear gloves during a visit, so you can be sure I won't be touching any surfaces.
After our walk, I wipe the leash with a disinfecting cloth before handing it back. Alternatively, I have my own leashes that I wash and dry after each walk — each pup gets a dedicated leash that I take away after each visit.
If you have other preferences, I’ll work with you to come up with the best solutions for you and your pet.
After playtime (for dogs, cats, or other animals), I wipe any toys/balls I touch with a disinfecting wipe.
For more information about how I keep your home safe during overnight visits, learn more on my About Page