Ines, dog sitter in Norwich

Dog Boarding, Daycare, Walking and more

Ines

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About Ines

My name is Ines Gaertner. I will always provide the highest quality service to you and your pet for whatever is required (from dog walking to full 24 hour boarding and lots in between) and pride myself on understanding pet needs so as to accommodate differing preferences. For our boarding clients wehave an acre of land were the dogs can run around and we go twice a day for walks in the woods and around the lake/river. They are allowed to chill on the couch and take part in family live. For doggy daycare we provide pick up and drop off. I am registered, fully insured and can provide references from lots of happy customers. If you would like to discuss further I am happy to meet you.

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Credentials
    • Address Verified
    • Passed assessment
    • Approved by DogBuddy
  • Number of completed bookings: 38
  • Response rate: 97%
  • Response time: within a few hours
  • Cancellation policy for 24h boarding: Moderate
  • Cancellation policy for other services: Flexible
  • Property type: House
  • Resident dogs: One
  • Outdoor space: Garden
  • I have a car for emergencies
  • Dog CPR/first-aid certified
  • I can administer oral medications
  • Dog care is my primary occupation
  • Aya
    Aya

    Ines and her family took in whisky as their own for 2 weeks and kept him stimulated and happy. Ines sent us videos and pictures constantly showing that he is having a fab time! Will definitely book with her again. Thank you so much

    31st January 2017

  • Sue
    Sue

    Was so worried about leaving Bella,as she had a bad experience 3yrs ago first time being left with a dog sitter,but then I found ines through dog buddy,Bella stayed for 4nights,she loved it,Thankyou ines for sending videos and photos,so happy I found you,I can now book a holiday with peace of mind knowing you have herx

    14th January 2017

  • Rachel
    Rachel

    Lovely as always, thanks Ines. Billy came home exhausted from all the lovely walks...

    7th January 2017