Buster Browns Pet Behavior Training And Care

Buster Browns Pet Behavior Training And Care

5.0 (6)
8 years in business

About this pro

I've been caring for animals all my life (dogs, cats, etc) and have always searched for opportunities to volunteer my services. I've taken care of puppies all the way to elderly dogs (16 years+). I also have Behavior Training skills through my Applied Behavior Analysis degree so if you need help with any trouble behaviors I can most definitely do this. My schedule is incredibly open and I am available most times Monday-Sunday. If you have a cat that also needs care for I am also available to look after them as well. I assure you I will treat you pet as if they were my own, receiving the care they deserve.

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Denton, TX 76201
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6 Reviews

5.0

  • Jazmine Gill

    I would highly recommend Sabrina to anyone. She is a loving and caring dog caregiver. I have asked her to take of my fur-son Maks on multiple occasions and he absolutely loves her!

  • Steven Gonzalez Sr.

    Sabrina has always had a deep passion for taking care of animals. She has always been an advocate for animals and has a deep desire to help any animal. She has been a great companion for our dog Pepper this past spring and has been committed to the care of the cat in her home. Pepper is so happy whenever she gets to see Sabrina again.

  • Rosie Gonzalez

    I highly recommend Sabrina as a dog sitter. She is responsible and very caring to all animals. She did a great job talking care of my 16 y.o. schanzuzer when I went on a trip for a week. It was comforting to know that my fur baby was well taken care of while I was away.

  • Zachary Brock

    Sabrina G. is an incredible dog walker/dog sitter. I know from personal experience that she loves dogs and gives them all the love and care they deserve. She is smart, reliable, and presentable and is always ready to work hard. I'd recommend her to everyone!


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I typically will meet the part owner and pet before doing any work, in order to make certain that the pet and I have a connection that the owner and pet are comfortable with. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I studied Applied Behavior Analysis at the University of North Texas and I have been walking and taking care of animals for years (for family and neighbors). In terms of dogs I have worked with 1 month old pups to 16+ year old older dogs. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Varies on size, age, breed, and type of animal. However, my most common requests are for dogs and cats. House sitting for cats begins at $16 per night and for dogs $23 per night. Dog walks begin at $10, and vary on size and age of dog. Behavior adjustments vary on adjustment needed and age of animal. 


How did you get started in this business?

I've always been an animal rights activist and wanted to help be te voice for the voiceless. So with my work I create a relationship with the animal and try and help the owner understand their desires. 


What types of customers have you worked with?

I work typically with dog and cat owners with animals either needed consistent walking or care and also new pet parents requiring basic training. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Recently I've been training a month old puppy who was saved from a life of fighting on the streets to be a therapy dog. It's important to start as early as possible if you want dogs to enter the professional world. And watching this dog turn from shaking from fear of everyone and thing around him to love due to consistent time and training was amazing. With a change in environment he was able to become fully potty trained, bite controlled, bark controlled, sit and stay understand and more before he was two months. 


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a company in your area of expertise?

Wh n it comes to your pet, you know best. Don't be afraid to be upfront about your expectations. This helps to build a more personal, honest, and trusting relationship ship between you and the person providing you with a service. Think of this as adding a godparent or companion for your pet rather than the position they provide. 


What questions should customers think through before talking to companies about their needs?

Consider if you're wanting a one time service or a continual service, that will help you to better approach booking. Consider how much time you are wanting the worker to be able to spend with the pet. And overall, think about your individual pet, their likes, dislikes, unique personality/tendencies, any possible triggers, etc. and see if the company/individual is able to consider all this and accommodate you rather than the other way around.