My passion for animals started when I was just a little girl growing up on a farm in Dighton. At age 17, I started volunteering for a local non profit dog rescue. I gained experience participating in Spay/Neuter clinics at the SPCA, assisting with the surgeries, vaccinations and micro-chipping.
In 2012, I flew to New Orleans to volunteer for Animal Planets hit Tv show Pit Bulls and Parolee's. It was an amazing experience that taught me so much and strongly influenced my interest in animal welfare. When I returned, I landed a part time job at at the Seekonk animal shelter as a kennel worker. In need of more money, I got a second job working for a veterinary hospital and boarding kennel. In 2014, I became a Animal Control Officer for the town. I graduated 1st in my class from the Animal Control officer association of Massachusetts at Boyleston Police Academy.
In 2015, I graduated number one in my class at Boyleston Police Academy for Animal Care and Control through the "Animal Control Association of Massachusetts". Over the years, I've handled and cared for many breeds of dogs, cats, and farm animals. Once those animals are placed into a loving homes there is still a need for attention and socialization while you are at work or away on vacation. That's where I come in! I decided to start my own pet care services to help families in need. My knowledge and experience helps me to provide the best care possible for you four legged family member.
Pictured is my two rescue dogs "Junior" on the left was a owner surrender at Dartmouth Humane Society and "Blossom" on the right was found as a stray by Seekonk Animal Control