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Chez Anne (Anne’s Home in French) is a pet sitting and dog boarding company located in Marin County, close to many dog-friendly nature areas.  Chez Anne is a licensed and insured business that is open during weekends and school holidays.

Even though I am happy to dote on all your pets while you are away, my primary focus is dog care. I offer boarding, house visits as well as dog walks/hikes.

I am certified in pet CPR as well as in dog walking and sitting. I am currently enrolled in CATCH Canine Trainers Academy’s master program, and am hoping to become certified as a dog trainer. One of my interests in training is to support busy families who are taking care of both children and dogs.

Whether it is at your house or mine, what I offer dogs is a fun and comfortable stay. Since I usually work with only two or three families at a time, I am able to give your dogs lots of personalized care. My goal is to keep your dogs as safe and happy as they can be, by combining some of the things that canines love and need the most: comfort, positive attention and guidance, fun outings and a stable pack/another family to become a part of. If you want to avoid impersonal and overcrowded kennels and would like your dog to feel mentally and physically stimulated as well as truly cared for while you are away, you have found the right place!

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Sophie and Starr!

Anne is wonderful. It’s very easy to feel comfortable and stress free when we are away knowing she’s caring for our pups. Anne is reliable, honest, and clearly loves animals. We know our girls rate her with an A+ too, judging by all the wags, wiggles, and kisses they greet her with! — Diana and John

I highly recommend Anne. I am so glad I found her! Our 2 year-old lab just spent several days with her, and we have already booked her next time with Anne. She clearly knows dogs and does everything to be sure dog and owner are comfortable. We got photos and updates every day and frankly Skye was probably sad to come home! — Anna