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  • In terms of price, quality, responsiveness, and punctuality, I cannot say enough good things about Dawn and the individuals she hires.  My partner and I travel a lot, sometimes for weeks, and what I want, what everyone wants in a pet sitter, is someone you can trust to care for your home, love your pets while you are away, and have the good sense and resourcefulness to act intelligently should a crisis arise.  Dawn and her crew have all of that in abundance.  
    What I liked best about Provider name locked. is that you see what you get.  Dawn has a shop in the neighborhood so you can meet her and her crew first hand.  When you walk into the store they ask you how you AND YOUR PETS are by name, and that in itself is so comforting.  It is obvious that Dawn attracts and hires the best quality people--mostly young, college-educated women--who are well-spoken, well-groomed, and well-mannered.  So, I knew first hand that they know my animals and that they are taking good care of them.  My cats were always happy and relaxed when I returned from a trip, the place was clean, and I could just pop around the corner to pay my bill.  No worries.  
    One of Dawn's other comforting and priceless qualities is her resourcefulness and common sense.  Once we were overseas on vacation and our key did not work.  Dawn texted us immediately, I contacted my neighbor and gave Dawn their contact info.  Within a very short time, Dawn had contacted the neighbors and was inside our place with a new set of keys.  She sent a picture of my cats to give me extra piece of mind.  So, she is super resourceful and able to work things out.  It really was like having another me back home to do things the way I want them done.  
    She and her crew really love the animals in their charge and enjoy taking care of them. As for the shop, when my cat needed high fiber food, she special ordered it.  When I recommended a litter, she started carrying it.  My only problem with the merchandise is that a lot of it is made in China.  It would have been nice to see more American-made stuff.  It is out there.  
    I love to keep it local.  Despite the fact that I can get pet supplies more cheaply at Target or Petco, I went out of my way to shop at her store because I value small businesses and what they bring to a community.  I love that Dawn is a small business owner, that she is not a subsidiary of a big impersonal corporation, and that she is not just a shop, but a valued member of our community who just happens to do what she does better than Petco ever could.  She brings the personal touch.  
    Sadly, Dawn repaid my loyalty with gossip, pettiness, backstabbing, and a show of such ingratitude as I have never experienced before.  She turned on me and my family in the most unneighborly fashion and flew her psycho-flag just long enough for me to reconsider my loyalty and to take my business elsewhere.  I had overlooked her gossip and backhanded comments about others and laughed it off as one of her eccentricities--we all have them.  Then I found myself on the receiving end of her sorority-girl brand of mean and, well, it's a shame.  Apparently she doesn't need my business and is doing quite well without it.  So, more power to her.  I hope this is an isolated incident because I would hate to see Petco's Unleashed as the only option in the South End.
    - Jeanne S.
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    - al T.
  • They get you in very quickly. The staff is caring toward the animals. I love how they Provider name locked. the pets when they go in because it makes them feel special. They provide a very good service and their hours are convenient. They are open 7 days a week. They also board along with a variety of other services.
    - CLAIRE H.
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