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  • A
    There is a guy at this PetsMart named Kyle Owen. He is a compassionate man who clearly "speaks dogs". You would never know he does, and I was thrilled with how he took care of my challenged pets. One of my dogs had ACL surgery, and the other has is simply just hard to manage and work with, she has a severe limp from a past accident and is very shy. He is clearly the only professional stylist I will ever go-to for the care of my doggies. The entire salon is amazing too. I highly recommend Kyle Owen
    - Alicia V.
  • A
    Ancillary K9
    I was looking for a balanced trainer and Dion was recommended. He has a great manner and is very good with dogs. Within 5 minutes of starting lesson 1 my dog was already anxious to display obedience. Dion is calm yet assertive and clearly understands the psyche of a dog. My dog walks in a perfect heel on the leash, is able to be in a down stay for over an hour, and she is very relaxed when we have people over. Last week at our neighborhood garage sale she was ���down��� at the top of the driveway and endured literally dozens of strangers - several with dogs - and she barely paid any mind. We got so many comments on how well behaved she is. That happens on our walks, too. Pick Dion and Ancillary K9 and you will have a well-trained animal!
    - Mark C.
  • A
    Rocky Mountain Dog Runner
    I can't say enough good things about Beth and Rocky Mountain Dog Runner! We have a 12 yr old lab (Volta) who was showing her age, limping around with her arthritis and generally slowing down in her energy. We decided to have Beth and her crew (our awesome walker Pam!) give her a few walks each week and the difference is amazing. Volta has more energy, is less anxious, and has more energy than she has had in a long time. This company is also very flexible with my needs as due to work, my schedule changes often. They are always there to help me out and take care of my fur baby, thank you!
    - Lori G.
  • B
    PAWSitive Petsitting Services
    The second visit went just fine, and I have no complaints about that. The first petsitting gig, over Christmas, did not go as well. Our cat likes our particular petsitter, Andi, and seems happy to see her when she stops by, so I am sure she has always treated our cat well and lovingly. Andi is a lovely person, and definitely has a way with animals. I think perhaps the petsitter was overwhelmed doing so much over the holidays, and we had a verbal miscommunication about what to do with the cat's droppings that were scooped every day. I left written instructions on the dining room table, and apparently our petsitter did not read them. If she had, I think it would have cleared up any misunderstanding. What the written instructions had said, and what I thought I had communicated verbally, was this (I am adding it here so that readers can judge for themselves about whether it was clear): "Litterbox: Please scoop every time you come over, and just flush it down the toilet. It���s usually fine to flush ��� I guess if there���s a huge amount of stuff, you could try two separate flushes. Around Dec. 27, Weds., please change the litter by dumping the box out in the big white trash can in the bathroom, and then just refill her litterbox with all the litter from the bag that���s next to the trash can. Don���t worry about washing out the litterbox when it���s empty, we���ll take care of that in early January. Thank you!" When we got home New Year's Eve, we discovered that all the cat's clumped pee and poop had been put into the big white trash can, not ever flushed down the toilet, and that the litter had never been changed, because the bag of fresh new litter next to the trash can was still full. The house, as a result, smelled terrible, and it took a few hours of running the vent fan to clear the odor. I talked to Andi on the phone later, and she was very up-front admitting that she had misunderstood, and gotten us mixed up with another client, who had asked not to have litter scooped into the toilet. She apologized, and was very nice about it. I hope that I was too. (My husband may not have been as nice when writing his review for Pawsitive Petsitting.) For that reason, we decided to give her another try, after she and I had clarified on the phone what to do with the litter. The second time, she did a fine job. If I were going into someone's home to take care of their pet, and I wanted to do an A+ job, I would read any written instructions that were there. I remain puzzled as to why this didn't happen over Christmas, so that is why the service gets a B, and responsiveness gets a C. It could have been our fault for leaving them on the dining room table. We left the written instructions on the toilet the second time we went out of town, to make sure they were not missed, and everything was fine. Another aspect of professionalism is that if you say you will do something, you do it. Our petsitter told me both times that she would text us every day when she had come by to see the cat. That was not needed - we don't actually need to have a text every day - but we did get worried because she had said she would and then didn't. So we ended up messaging her after two days to make sure everything was OK. She got right back to us, and then messaged us a few times during the week. The second time, she just texted us once, but I wasn't worried because I knew her pattern by then. It would be better for her to tell clients, "I"ll text you once or twice while you're away, so you know everything is going OK." I would be perfectly happy with that. She did send us photos (some very cute ones) of the cat with her texts, which we appreciated. (A job coach once told me, "Under-promise and over-deliver - it's always better than the other way around." So that's advice I'd pass on to any service professional.) When we decided to try our petsitter a second time, I sent her a message asking if I could give her a call, to which she never responded. We signed up online with Pawsitive Petsitting to have her come over, and she still did not contact us. I had to call the main office, and then Andi got in touch with us. Again, that's just not A+ service, but I also wonder if she felt awkward because my husband was perhaps not so diplomatic in the review he left with Pawsitive Petsitting. I also know that this is an inexpensive service, and that the petsitters get paid even less than what we are paying the company, which makes their pay less than the market rate for pet-sitting, so I don't want to sound like too much of a prima donna. I would be happy to use Pawsitive Petsitting again, and our petsitter again (since everything was fine the second time). Anyone hiring them should know that service depends on the particular petsitter and their personal circumstances. With the company, signing up on their web page is not 100% user-friendly, but it works, and is an effective way to get things started. They might benefit from doing a usability test: asking a few people to with down with a staff member while navigating their web page, with the user voicing their thoughts and questions out loud, so the company knows where people get stuck. I generally found the office staff responsive.
    - Valerie S.
  • A
    Companion Animal Veterinarian Hospital
    I don't remember the cost. I think they're pretty high. My wife is the one that picked them out. They're good providers, they're caring, they're good with the animals. I'd recommenda them on the basis of that.
    - JOE G.
  • A
    Pavlov Dog Training
    Sophia, our trainer, has been great. She taught me how to teach my dog basic obedience skills and what to expect with her spooky/skittish behavior. The sessions are one on one at my home or on a "field trip" (i.e. park, pet store, etc). Because it is one on one sessions, they cost more than a class setting. But it has been totally worth it for us.
    - Andrew M.
  • A
    Greenwood Village Veterinary Clinic
    We have just started going to them and I would highly recommend them. It?s sort of a small group. I?ve gone to a bigger animal hospital forever, but they have actually gotten so expensive. Greenwood Veterinary has done a great job, they are more reasonable, available. If we need to get them over there they are fine with us bringing them over. We?ve been very impressed with them.

    My daughter actually found them. Teeth cleaning through the animal hospital would have probably been $800, and they would do it for maybe $500. It was definitely a better deal. You would thing that?s a big deal. They are incredibly responsive and very reasonable. I get emails from them and reminders, it?s a really nice system. I know it was a significance price different from the other animal hospital.
    - Carlie B.
  • A
    The Pampered Pup
    We had a couple of pets groomed there.  They are a little expensive.  The woman who performed it was very nice because I stayed there and held the cat while she worked and she was very good at her job.  I don't see anything they could have done better.  I think it was just a little on the expensive side.  I haven't done that a lot so I don't have a lot to compare it to.
    - Scott S.
  • D
    As You Wish Pet Sitters
    I tried for a week to become a client of As You Wish. The rave reviews for Yvette sounded like a good fit for someone to look after my sweet cat. I finally discovered that Yvette and As You Wish are not the same thing. As You Wish is just a subcontracting house. First, no one will talk to you via phone unless its during a slim set of office hours and even then, its only if they get around to it. Second, the "office manager" will just have you repeat the same questionnaire you filled out on their webpage over the phone, then tell you that they can't schedule anything definitive right now, but "someone will reach out to you" when someone in your area accepts the job. I never heard back from anyone. It doesn't take a week to decide whether or not you are available or even want the job. It makes you wonder, if they pay that much attention to responding to pet owners, how much attention would they really pay to the health and safety of your pet?
    - Sara M.
  • A
    They are an emergency hospital. I have a good relationship with them. Even if you have an appointment for 2:00 and an emergency comes in, that is their specialty, and what they take care of. They are my one and all. I board my pets there, and they wash them.
    - Gina N.
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