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Wendy is a full time pet sitter looking to take care of dogs, cats and other small animals. She can board dogs in her home and provide pet sitting visits in the client’s home. Wendy will treat her client’s animals with the same love and devotion that she shows her own pets.
Wendy lives in Mansfield and will travel to neighboring towns to ensure animals are given quality care.
Janice is a lifelong animal advocate and caretaker. She started volunteering at the East Providence Animal Shelter in the mid 90's and moved on to a pound keeper position at the facility. She also worked at Delmyra Kennels in Exeter, RI caring for the dogs and cats as well as assisting the groomers and trainers.Once she moved to New Mexico, she continued her volunteer work with the Humane Association and ANEW in Albuquerque where she began fostering dogs and cats.
When she came back to the Attleboro area, she began her volunteer work with the Attleboro Animal Shelter as a dog walker and dog foster. She also began volunteering as a docent at the Capron Park Zoo, where she learned to care for and handle the education animals as well as educate the public about the animals on exhibit at the zoo.
Most recently, Janice worked as a veterinary technician assistant, where she gained valuable experience with basic medical issues.Janice shares her home with Brisco, an energetic lab pitbull mix, who will be working on his CGC certification this year.
Growing up on Cape Cod, George has always been involved with animal rescue and caring for dogs and cats since high school. Attending Babson College and Boston University for a Masters in Management Information Systems, George pursued a career in telecommunications for 20 years and retired 5 years ago to focus on his passion for animals. After retiring from the telecommunications industry, he held many jobs with various pet care companies and kennels across Massachusetts to learn and gain knowledge for all aspects of animals care. Animal rescue, veterinary involvement, transport and dog training were just some of the many jobs he has had in this industry. A North Attleboro resident, George now just focuses on pet sitting services within a 10 mile radius of his home.
Having grown up with a wide variety of beloved pets, Meagan Tryhubczak is a lover of all animals. Meagan has worked for the past 2 years as a dog handler. This experience has taught her not only about dog behavior, but about patience and understanding. She has realized that she is interested in working with animals on a more one-on-one level so that she can truly bond with them. Meagan has made it her personal goal to ensure the safety, happiness and overall wellbeing of each animal in her care. She resides in Woonsocket, Rhode Island and is able to cater to families in the surrounding towns.
Lifelong animal friend and advocate Brett Watson-Rose, of Norton, Mass., has fostered more than 30 dogs, and helped rescue animals trapped in abandoned houses in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. She holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth.
Brett spent three years fostering with Beagles of New England States, and 5 years fostering and volunteering with Friends of the Attleboro Animal Shelter. Fostering dogs of all sizes and breeds, she has a vast amount of knowledge in dog behavior and training.
Brett's passion for animals and their well being brought her to New Orleans in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina. She worked with HSUS volunteers for a week, rescuing abandoned animals trapped in flooded houses.
Brett shares her home with her beagle mix, Mo, a Blue Fronted Amazon parrot, two horses, and seven chickens! Her knowledge and experience of animals -- big and small -- informs her ability to provide her clients' pets with the upmost care, and gives clients the peace of mind that their pets are well cared for.
A Norton resident, Brett provides pet sitting services to the surrounding towns.
Growing up Alison has always had a special affinity for animals, especially those with special needs. No matter if they were furry or scaly she loves them all. She volunteered her time once a week at the MSPCA in Centerville and took care of all the small critters and gave each one special care and attention. That's also where she rescued her 11 year old special needs cat, Bruiser, who has cerebellar hypoplasia which causes him to have motor issues. Growing up Alison always had cats, and grew up with a couple dogs as well. In her adult life she has owned a wide array of animals including chickens, lizards, a rabbit, and a turtle. Alison currently lives in Norton and is willing to travel to ensure animals are given quality care.