In 2016, after trying to find time to pet sit and dog walk in addition to working full time, I left my "day job" as a manager at IRCO (a local nonprofit). I wanted to spend more time with pets too. I joined Rover to see if the market could take another pet sitter. Now with my business Eat Play Poop Professional Pet Sitting, I am getting clients left and right! I now can do overnight pet sits 7 days a week and I book dog walks and drop-ins during the day. I look forward to hearing from you!

Our client Kristen wrote this review, "Nicole is amazing! She took excellent care of our two pups, Brooklyn (Mini Schnauzer) and Tator (Bouvier des Flandres) while we were out of town over the holidays, and stayed in our home. She is totally comfortable with big dogs - has a Bouv herself, which is something that's hard to come by out in the Portland area. She is a true professional, organized, and sends photos during her stay.
We are absolutely going to work with her again. AND most importantly, the dogs really loved her! Thank you Nicole!"

Specific Services

  • Overnight at your home 7pm -7am, starts at $100 per night for one dog. We stay in the home and keep an eye out for anything the pet needs. Includes mail, watering the plants, bringing in packages, lots of love for the pets.
  • Drop-in visits to play, cuddle, clean up pet messes, water the plants, keep the pet entertained, starts at $30 per drop-in visit for one dog and $32 per drop-in visit for one cat
  • 30 minute walks for the dogs, starts at $32 for one dog. We practice commands, explore, get exercise, and cure the boredom blues.
  • Play dates with dogs who will enjoy each other's company, start at $32 per dog, very closely supervised. Done at a pet's home.
  • Vet visits, pet taxi service, grooming visits - if your pet needs a ride and a human to help get their appointments completed, please let us know. Generally, starts at $32, with an extra fee for a longer visit/drive.
  • Daycare in the pet's home. Booked by the half day, starts at $100 for one dog. We bring enrichment and play one on one with the pet. We can practice potty training and get the senior dogs out frequently if needed.