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Monica K.|Brooklyn Park, MN

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I come from a large Catholic family, four brothers and three sisters. I was raised by my parents who remain married to this day (they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in 2014). As I am second to the youngest, I was afforded a lot of freedom/my parents were the furthest from helicopter parents. I was free to run and explore. I enjoyed living in the St. Croix River Valley during my childhood years. I went to college at North Dakota State University where I studied English and obtained a B. A. I then entered the workforce, but found that I was struggling to make ends meet. I had become a single parent and needed to increase my finances. I attended college at Inver Hills Community College where I majored in the Legal Assistant program and obtained an A. S. degree. I worked in the legal field for many years after obtaining my degree. Eventually my love of all animals overtook me and I decided to take classes at Argosy University toward becoming a Veterinary Technician. My interest was mainly in animal behavior classes and not in becoming a vet tech. I then began volunteering at the Humane Society in Golden Valley. I volunteered there for approximately five years in the Behavior and Training Department, assisting trainers with obedience classes. Since that time, I have come to realize that while I do love dog training, I am even more interested in animal care. The day to day tasks that go into helping keep an animal healthy. I have been married to my husband for 9 years. We live in Brooklyn Park and own 1 dog, 3 cats, a guinea pig and a horse (boarded). My first cat was a 6-year-old cat that I adopted from the Humane Society in St. Paul. She was shy and though she didn't hide a lot, she did not like to be picked up and wasn't about to become my immediate friend. She took a few years to warm up to me, but after that we were fast friends. Since I wanted a cat that would cuddle, my solution was to buy another cat. Since that time, I have always owned cats and I currently have three cats. My current cats are all geriatric. I have a lot of experience dealing with their varied health concerns. One of my cats, is a medical mystery he has experienced crystals in his urine, cystitis, inflammatory bowel and a chronic upper respiratory infection. My oldest cat, has kidney failure and I administer subcutaneous fluids every other day. I have owned cats for 21 years and I absolutely love them.
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FAQs for dog boarding in Minneapolis

How much does dog boarding cost in Minneapolis, MN?
Boarding your dog in Minneapolis, MN will cost an average of $13.00 per hour as of June 2020. This rate will vary depending on the level of service needed for your dog and the amenities that will be provided for them. Some dog boarding providers will charge a fixed rate per day, especially if you need to leave your dog for multiple days.
How can I find places to board my dog near me?
You can filter and sort local dog boarding providers by distance from Minneapolis. Compare your options by reading about their experience, services they provide, and reviews from other pet parents. There are currently 48 dog boarding providers in Minneapolis, MN, although you can expand the radius of your search if you'd like to increase your options.
How do I find a good dog boarding service in Minneapolis on Care.com?
Unlike pet sitters that come to your home, boarding your dog means taking it to a facility or someone else's home in Minneapolis. Before you agree to bring your fury family member over, ask to take a tour so you can see the place beforehand. You want to make sure there is a good level of cleanliness, that your dog will have a comfortable place to sleep and will be able to safely play with other dogs if there are any. Make sure to ask for references from other pet parents in Minneapolis before making and decision. Also ask about how often you'll receive updates about your dog and how they communicate with clients if there is an emergency.