Ania, dog sitter in Edinburgh

Doggy care in Edinburgh

Ania

About Ania

For as long as I remember dogs were part of my family; big, small, dynamites and steady introverts... All equally loved and cared about. I've adopted my last buddy - Lisa - last October and she misses doggy companion. Her big sister Katie had to stay temporarily in Cyprus (will be joining us in the next few months) but I thought it might be good for Lisa to make new friends and play. We like to go for walks to nearby parks (there is a doggy park nearby) and chill on the couch. If you are looking for a loving place to make your dog feel secure and comfortable while you are gone - you've just found it! Me and Lisa will make sure your pup enjoys every minute at out home!

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Credentials
    • Passed assessment
    • Approved by DogBuddy
  • Number of completed bookings: 3
  • Response rate: 81%
  • Response time: within a few hours
  • Cancellation policy for 24h boarding: Flexible
  • Cancellation policy for other services: Flexible
  • Property type: Apartment
  • Resident dogs: Two
  • Outdoor space: Garden
  • I can administer oral medications
  • Elaine
    Elaine

    Myself and my Wee border terrier Archie had a great experience with Ania. I found myself in quite a tricky situation as my Gran, who usually watches Archie whist I'm at work, was unexpectantly taken into hospital. I had never left him with anyone else before so I was feeling quite worried. But Ania and her partner were able to take him the very next day and they put me completely at ease, Archie loved them and both their gorgeous dogs. They made a very difficult time a lot easier for me and I would not hesitate in going back! I would also recommend them to everyone!

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  • Marlon
    Marlon

    Ania and Nick took great care of Nenu while we were away. They kept us updated about how he was doing, and he came back happy and healthy--he also got along well with their two dogs. I'd be happy bring him back to them again sometime in the future.

    15th April 2016