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September 2014 We began using daycare and boarding services immediately. I like that Fur-Get Me Not has a separate play area for the smaller dogs, especially since Molly weighed less than 5 pounds when I got her. Molly attends daycare one day per week and typically boards several days each month. Having her attend daycare affords her the chance to be comfortable around other dogs and the Fur-Get Me Not staff so that when she does board, it is more routine then unusual. The staff accommodate Molly’s observer preferences by allowing her to mingle some of the time, but position herself such that she can watch from a small distance the rest of the time. Molly always comes home tired but that may be in part due to the spins she does greeting me when I pick her up. Not long after I got Molly, we attended some basic training classes. That was a good foundation for both us. Molly also participated in some the “puppy socials.” The biggest impact the Fur-Get Me Not services have had on our lives really boils down to providing a solid comfort level. I feel comfortable leaving her whether it is for 8 hours or 7 nights knowing that the staff will love on her, make sure she has her favorite green beans and carrots with her meals, her Greenie at snack time, or administer any medication she may be taking. I generally don’t even request a mid-stay update because I have confidence that Molly is being cared for in a safe and happy atmosphere. The staff that I routinely interact with appear to have a genuine interest in animals and in ensuring the best for not only Molly, but other dogs there as well. We look forward to using Fur-Get Me Not’s services for many more years. Lisa H. Arlington, VA
November 2014 I started taking him to Fur-Get Me Not daycare in 2010; he's been going to daycare twice a week for almost 5 years now! We also take advantage of the boarding and pet taxi services. I started taking him to Fur-Get Me Not for daycare to burn some energy. Twice a week, I come home from a long day at work and have a happy tired dog, instead of a crazy hound bouncing off the walls. What a relief! He's 6 now and doesn't have the same energy as when he was a pup, but I continue to be a loyal customer of Fur-Get Me Not for the other benefits. Yes, he gets to socialize with other dogs, but even more so, he gets attention all day from the human daycare attendants. Birkley isn't the kind of dog I can take just anywhere or leave with just anyone. He is 90 lbs, can reach any and all counters, is full of energy, has bouts of separation anxiety, can be slow to warm up to strangers, and guards any home as if it's his own. This means I don't have an especially long list of folks who can help me out when I'm in a bind! And that's where Fur-Get Me Not is such a life saver. If a work or social commitment comes up during the week, I can schedule a pet taxi home. If I'm out of town for a night or two, I can rest assured he's taken care of with Fur-Get Me Not boarding services. And the GREAT folks here have always been so helpful and willing to work with us, and they seem to love my dog as much as I do. It's an enormous relief to know that I can count on Fur-Get Me Not to help me take care of this crazy dog! Sara K, Arlington, VA
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• Puppy care – got a new pup? Let our dedicated and trained Fetch! pet sitter customize a feeding, exercise and training schedule so it gets the consistency, routine and attention it needs.February 2017 I started using FGMN services almost immediately. I knew Zelda would be a difficult even before getting her, as her breed is hyper sensitive and displays aggression when fearful, startled, or even curious if not socialized properly. We used obedience classes at first but Zelda was far too advanced as I had been working with her a lot at home, so we had little to no need of those. I still use daycare and dog walking and sometimes even boarding when I am out of town. All great services I am thankful for. Using FGMN dog walking, daycare, and boarding is less about Zelda and more about me. I have a full time job and still want some sembelance of social life, and having others who are experienced with dog handling and also use all-positive training methods ensures that Zelda will be taken care of and only experience good things while I'm gone. This is an important aspect in her upbringing as sensitive dog breeds need as many good experiences as possible to grow up and be confident and happy in all situations. J Boustany, Arlington, VA