A Little about Me

As a young girl it was evident that dogs were going to be a big part of my life whether it was a multitude of residents dogs or involved with animal care, volunteering and training. As life goes on, your dream remains but the ability to provide an income for your family quickly takes precedence.  I was blessed with 3 beautiful sons and dedicated my young adulthood to raising great boys, all of which are obviously just as in love with dogs as their mom. About 15 years ago, I had my first experience with adopting a dog from a rescue league for Rotweillers. Gus was a wonderful addition to our family and became just the beginning on my work with fosters. I soon did some transports of foster dogs from Tennessee to Massachusetts as the beginning of my volunteer work. The kids were still young and the daily grind of my 8 to 5 continued. I moved to Texas in the summer of 2010 and shortly there after began volunteering at a local adoption center. I routinely took in foster pups, dogs, kittens and cats to give them an "In Home" environment while they grew to the age that they could be fixed, chipped and up to date on all shots for adoption. I worked with the media team to do local interviews with news stations to promote pet adoption, the adoption center and events related to both. I quickly realized how much I had to give and how much I missed working with dogs. For a few years I watched friends pets, helped place and re-home dogs in need, consulted on basic training techniques and continued my foster work. In 2016 I launched my own little service of in home dog boarding. It rapidly took off and I had more dog clients than space... 2017 was the year that I decided I needed a bigger house and more space to grow my business...

And here we are today.