We Love Dogs

Shanon Chada – owner and primary care giver for We Love Dogs, home pet care has a loving, gentle, knowledgeable and professional method of caring for dogs. Following her family tradition she provides dog watching in her safe loving home. Her genuine natural ability allows her to care for dogs of all sizes, ages, and breeds. Understanding behavior, training and using holistic care for dogs is a natural part of her everyday life. For pets in her care, the use of Young Living Essential Oils is also offered. Stemming from her love of guiding all walks of life to a path that embraces harmony, happiness and health. Shannon’s life long passions are enriched with the opportunity to connect and care for your dog.
Ryan  Chada – partner and care giver for We Love Dogs! has sincere compassion for animals and offers additional comfort during your dogs stay. He contributes to the safety and well-being of each dog by giving special attention and care to support a healthy, loving environment. A dog owner and animal lover himself, he truly knows the importance of caring for all creatures on earth. He also uses Young Living Essential Oils and practices  natural, organic and holistic care.​
Beverly Jacobs – founder of We Love Dogshome pet care started watching dogs while daughter Shannon, was an animal aid volunteer at the Hinsdale Humane Society. Beverly opened her home to become a foster parent for dogs in order to help them find good loving homes and become adopted. Beverly found many wonderful  happy homes for dogs through the years. Beverly’s love for dogs is shared with her family which  is widely known throughout the community. She was often asked by family, friends, neighbors and colleagues if she would watch their dogs when they went out of town. When Beverly and husband moved to Wisconsin, their daughter Shannon continued providing care for dogs. Beverly currently resides in Wisconsin on a Native American Reservation. There she reaches out to help more dogs find good homes with supportive pet lovers in the community. She has personally adopted two dogs and continues to aid as a foster home for other dogs who are still in need.

yard homer glenMeet and Greet:

A dog Meet & Greet is required for all new dogs. We welcome you and your dog’s visit to our home. During this time you will have the opportunity to tour our home and discuss any special care instructions. This process is essential to the well-being of your dog. When it comes time to drop off your dog for his/her stay, they will be familiar with us and our home. Dogs are less likely to experience depression, anxiety, or feel abandoned by their family since they have had the chance to meet and bond with us. This stabilizes the dogs emotions and eases the transition from your home to ours. It also ensures a positive and comfortable feeling for you and your dog while you are away. 
Please call at least two weeks in advance to schedule a meet and greet