Gilda, dog sitter in Cambridge
About Gilda

I am a "cuddles pets" addicted. I love dogs, cats and animals in general, and I truly need to have them around to fill them with love. I believe that is what they deserve for being the purest, best living being in this world. I have been passionate about them since I was born I think. Before coming to Cambridge I worked as journalist but I've always taken care of my dog (Spicciolo), my cat (Carolina) and my rabbit (Pippo). I would very happy to do the same with some awesome pets, and I will never disappoint any of them..thus neither their mum and dad.

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Credentials
    • Address Verified
    • Passed assessment
    • Approved by DogBuddy
  • Number of completed bookings: 33
  • Response rate: 94%
  • 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
  • Jim
    Jim

    Lottie had a great time with Gilda. Highly recommended!

    5th May 2017

  • Sara
    Sara

    Gilda looks after our cockapoo Poppy so beautifully. Poppy becomes so excited when she realises she is going to see her: last time she practically bolted up the lane! Gilda sends us lots of photos of Poppy (with descriptions!), which is so helpful and reassuring. And Poppy always comes back happy and contented. I absolutely recommend Gilda to anyone who needs a dog sitter in Cambridge :)

    5th May 2017

  • Gemma
    Gemma

    Gilda was lovely from the start - super friendly both in communication when booking and in person. She was very quick to respond by message. She seemed to love Percy and looked after him wonderfully. He was a very happy little man on collection and looked to have had a great stay from all the photos. I was kept up to date regularly with photos of him enjoying himself and looking very relaxed. I cannot recommend Gilda enough, and will definitely be back in contact if we headed to Cambridge again! Thank you!

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