We are looking for a couple or individual to home and pet sit. We have 2 medium sized dogs (both boxer mix and tripaw'd). Each is missing a rear leg so need someone who is accepting of their uniqueness. We also have one cat who is quirky and may or may not be overly affectionate. She's a cat and lives up to the reputation!
Our home is located in the city with a small-ish yard so the dogs require a minimum of 2 walks per day as they get bored easily. Preference will be for someone willing to take them to the dog park for a good run at least once per week.
Our home is comfortable and fully equipped. You'll have the guest room with a double bed. Full use of the rest of the house. Small gym set up in basement with treadmill and some free weights.
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