Aimee Hetzel – RockStar Referral Talks about Pet Health and Care
TRAINING & SOCIALIZING
Dogs are pack animals. Their instinct is to be social and interact with other pack members. Like people most dogs thrive in a pack environment. It provides them the opportunity to learn their place in the pack and establish their status and in social situations understand how to handle themselves.
Canines great enjoyment in exercise as well. The dogs sometimes go further than I do, and I am continually hiking.
We foster basic obedience in your dog, by providing a safe, structured environment for your dogs to learn the basic foundation of obedience skills. We have the same routine everyday. Dogs (like kids) thrive with constant repetition.
To ensure that your furry family member is safe, well fed, exercised, and given ample amounts of love while you are away. It’s stressful for many dogs to leave the comfort of their home. Having us pet sit will enable your furry kid to stay at home and get all the love and attention that you would give them. In addition, we provide the peace of mind knowing that your home is secure while you are away. We will adjust the blinds and set the light to give the appearance that someone is home. We also will bring in the mail, water plants and bring your trash bins in and out from the curbside.
When searching for the right pet sitter inquire about their experience and how long they have been in business. Don’t go for the cheapest or lowest bid. The professional who charges a mid to high range of prices often will give your pet more.It also validates that they know what they are doing and are serious about the well being of you pet
My goal is to help your pet feel good! To me, that means getting back to the basics of touch. It means using the ancient healing properties that are found in touch. I believe massage can be therapeutic on a cellular level AND on an energetic level. Intentional touch unblocks systems which allows an animal to heal him or herself.
Top Six Reasons To Get Your Dog a Massage:
- For relaxation
- To manage pain
- To accelerate the healing process after an injury or surgery
- To increase range of motion in the joints as well muscle tone
- To ease the effects of aging
- To reduce emotional problems due to trauma, anxiety, fearMy goal is to help your pet feel good! To me, that means getting back to the basics of touch. It means using the ancient healing properties that are found in touch. I believe massage can be therapeutic on a cellular level AND on an energetic level. Intentional touch unblocks systems which allows an animal to heal him or herself.