Why Dogs + People Love Us
We have a white lab puppy named Heisman. He means the world to us. But we go to work every day and never worry about him because Stacey is amazing. She is professional and knowledgeable and, most of all, she loves our little guy like he’s her little guy.
– Justin B. and Marissa O.
We met Stacey when we moved to Southern CA 12 years ago. She quickly became part of our family. She has helped our whole family through the sadness losing a pet and the excitement of adopting a new one. Stacey has taken care of our all dogs as if they were her own.
We’ve had “Aunt Stacey” since we brought Archie home as a 8 week old runt. The only person more excited about our new addition was Stacey. That was almost 5 years ago, and we cannot imagine life without her.
Stacey was referred to us by our friends to help with our new 10-week old Golden Retriever, Bentley. She has been an amazing all around resource and support person for our family and Bentley.
-Brooke & Joe S.
It’s party time for our Golden Retriever, Dawson, when Stacey comes to get him to play with many of her other doggie friends. Stacey is very reliable, safely cares for our pet, and has his best interest at heart. He always comes home tired and happy! Thank you Auntie Stacey!
-Nicole & David F.
Auntie Stacey spoils me with cool dog adventures each day! My favorite are chasing race cars in the park and playing at the dog beach. I’d do a backflip if I could when she comes to get me. Best part, my mom says that when I come home, I’m too tired to eat any more of our couches!!
-Jenna & David R.
Is Your Dog Trying to Tell You Something?
What Your Dog is Doing
What Your Dog is Trying to Say
|“I’m sorry about the shoes and the remote control mom.”||“I’m 2nd fiddle now that the kids came along.”|
|“I’m bored I want some pals to play with!”||“My puppy dog eyes don’t work when my parents are working from home.”|
|“Rumor has it a tired dog is a good dog.”||“She comes to us so you can come home earlier to feed me.”|
|“I want to change my middle name from nothing to Good Dog.”||“I won’t pick up bad habits from a pack at the dog park or daycare.”|