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Sex
Age
Birthdate
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Name
Sex
Age
Birthdate
Gotcha Date
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Charlie
Male
5.5
9/1/2017
9/1/2019
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Cricket
Female
3
1/28/2020
4/11/2020
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Boarding Details
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Primary Contacts
Christian Rodriguez, (305) 297-1642
Alexandra Heller, (847) 224-5888
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Emergency Contacts
Danielle, 510-229-9728 (Dog Walker, Pint Sized Pups)
Dr. Chirley Rodriguez, 305-215-6876 (sister, in Miami)
Charlene Rodriguez, 305-297-6266 (sister, in Miami)
Allison Ortega, (303) 907-2130 (friend, in San Francisco)
Mike Anderson, (617) 852-4020 (friend, in San Francisco
Harmonie Milstein, (551) 427-8884 (friend, in San Francisco
Manuel Soto, (787) 298-2982 (friend, in Sacramento)
Rachel Gibson, (703) 434-0607 (friend, in Sacramento)
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Eating Habits
Charlie and Cricket are grazers; we typically just refill their food whenever it gets empty and they do a good job of managing their intake themselves. Combined, they eat 5 cups every 2ish days, or roughly 1.25 cups per dog per day.
They eat Simply Nourish Adult Limited Ingredient “Salmon and Sweet Potato Recipe” from PetSmart.
In addition to their dry food, we typically give them one dental chew every morning and evening to promote good dental hygiene.
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Sleep Habits
Charlie and Cricket are both crate trained, but we only really crate them when we travel. They like to sleep on soft surfaces next to each other. They will typically go to their crates on their own at night. You can lock the crate if you want them to stay there; if you don’t, there’s a chance they’ll wander out in the middle of the night to find a human to snuggle into.
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Interactions
Charlie and Cricket are each other’s best friends; you’ll almost always find them close together.
Cricket is more adventurous. She likes to run and play and knows how to chase and be chased. She’s “flight” when faced with fight or flight and runs to people or Charlie. She does well with all dogs, big and small alike.
Charlie is more anxious. He had a rough life on the streets before he joined our pack, so we’ve done a lot of positive exposure and treat work to reduce his anxiety and “fight” response.
He does a really good job of communicating cues (looking away, taking space, growling) and does best when he doesn’t feel trapped (i.e. in open areas)
Charlie gets on best with big dogs and small dogs. He sometimes runs into issues with medium dogs that look him straight on at eye level and don’t recognize cues.
When taking them on walks or to parks, its best to bring treats and treat them often. This will make them feel comfortable and receptive to you when you ask them to come, sit, wait, etc.
One important note: Charlie struggles around un-neutered dogs. While we’ve worked hard and have reduced this behavior, it’s something to watch out for and best to keep them apart.
Both Charlie and Cricket are great with humans, old and young alike.
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Boarding Style Preference
We prefer all-day-play boarding environments where they have exposure to other neutered dogs and humans. While they are crate trained, we do not want them confined to kennels or crates all day long.
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Boarding Items
We acknowledge that any of our pets’ personal effects brought to boarding may be lost or destroyed and release you of liability. If allowed, we will bring the following:
their soft beds
their dry food and dental chews
one or two comfort toys per pet
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Health and Vet
Both dogs are up to date on their medications and vaccinations. They go to the Irving Pet Hospital located at 1434 Irving St, San Francisco, CA 94122, phone number (415) 664-0191.
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