Hi there, I'm Pamela! I am 20 and studying law at university. As I am back home from university for summer, I would love to have animals become a part of my life again and help out in giving pets the attention they deserve! Unfortunately I have no pets of my own at the moment so I think this is a great way to spend time with animals. Growing up with pets (dogs, cats, rabbits, horses etc) being a part of my family, I feel I am a very confident individual when it comes to ensuring they are taken care of.
I live in a quiet estate with my older brother and sister (who are both animal lovers). Previously, my animals have had their bed in the kitchen area however they will be have the whole downstairs floor to freely roam and relax in. I have a private garden with high fences (safe for even the sneakiest pets), as well as access to a huge field area. I am also just a 5/10 minute drive to many different parks, such as Rouken Glen and Barshaw Park - so your dog will be spoiled for choice when it comes to exercise, whether they prefer a quieter walk or like to interact with other dogs. As I do not have another job at the moment, I would be home full time to spend time with your pet and can provide as many or few walks as you would like. I am currently very flexible and am happy to adjust to your schedule to ensure your pet is looked after as best as possible.
I understand allowing someone else to look after your pet is difficult, however, with me, your pet's happiness will always be put first. I hope to hear from you soon and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch!
We booked with Pamela at short notice and she was extremely accommodating. We dropped our puppy (Freddie) off on the Wednesday and she returned him on Friday. Her family home was absolutely beautiful and an amazing environment for any pet to feel comfortable and safe.
Pamela sent a few photos on the first day, one on the second. I was hoping for more but did not want to keep pestering her for updates.
When Freddie got home he was happy and full of energy. My only concerns was that I noticed some behavioural changes in Freddie and would not like to jump to conclusions but feel it’s important to share. He had previously never interfered when we were eating however this time he was barking aggressively and trying to get to our plate. This is something we had worked really hard on for weeks and to witness this was a bit upsetting. Secondly he is biting hands much more than he was before. We had him in a habit of replacing our hands with toys immediately but he has ignored his toys in favour of biting hands. Small adjustments needed to settle him back to a routine and I am not suggesting that Pamela caused this.
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