Lucie, dog sitter in Amersham

Love and respect

Lucie

About Lucie

I mainly offer petsitting in pet owner's house. I can take care of dogs, cats, horses and/or other mammals. I do regular visits and/or one off jobs. These visits can include feeding, letting out in the garden, playing, and whatever you need and cannot do yourself at the time.
I do offer dog day care in my garden, unfortunately the dogs cannot go inside the house. The garden is fully fenced, and is suitable for bigger dogs that respect fencing. There is a shed where they would have their blanket and/or toys and fresh water/food. They would still get their daily walks as agreed with the owner.

I also offer dog walking. Each walk I like to make last at least an hour, to make sure the dog has a good stretch.

I have experiences with dogs big and small. I love animals. I grew up on a family farm with dogs, cats, pigs and sheep and as a kid I dreamed of becoming an animal carer in a Zoo. Although that didn't happen, I have decided to get a Bachelors degree in Equine at Czech University of Life Science Prague.

I worked as an au-pair on a farm. Beside children, my responsibilities were taking care of farm animals and pets - dogs, horses, chickens, ferrets, pigs, fish, you name it.


I have two children, so only can take care of child friendly pets.

You can be sure I will treat your pets with love and respect they deserve.
Thank you for considering me and please, get in touch.

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Credentials
    • Address verified
    • Passed assessment
    • Approved by DogBuddy
  • Number of completed bookings: 1
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within a few hours
  • Cancellation policy for 24h boarding: Flexible
  • Cancellation policy for other services: Flexible
  • Property type: House
  • Resident dogs: 0
  • Outdoor space: Garden
  • I have a car for emergencies
  • I can administer oral medications
  • I have children under 18 in the household
  • Carina
    Carina

    Very friendly and looked after my buddy so well! Thank you, Lucie :)

    11th April 2016