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Mandy took wonderful care of our Dalmatian, Lucy, while we were on vacation. Great communication on what was going on back home!

Benjamin Wall

Mandy is the best!!! I never worried when leaving my beloved furry friends in her care – highly recommend her services!!!

Beth Trafford

Mandy took such great care of our two dogs – a yorkie and pug! I would highly recommend her to anyone needing a sitter for their furry friends.

Abbey Ulicheny

I can’t say enough good things about Mandy and her amazing way with animals!

Brooke Amon

I always felt comfortable knowing my energetic little guy was in good, loving hands.

Edmund Higgins

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