Having grown up with lots of pets, caring for them is second nature for Hayley. She obtained a dog training certification through Penn Foster Career College as a Dog Obedience Trainer/Instructor in May of 2008. She is certified by the American Red Cross (2002) and PetTech (2014) in Pet First Aid & CPR, and has a bachelor degree in Biology from Metropolitan State University of Denver (2016).
In 2008, she started conducting private dog training sessions. She also became the lead dog trainer for the CHAMPS program at MaxFund No-Kill Animal Adoption Center in Denver from 2009-2013. By 2012 pet sitting and dog walking had become a side passion until it became a full-fledged career in 2013.
Hayley enjoys hanging out with and training her own dogs, cats and chickens and also spends her free time bicycling, practicing yoga, and tending to her microfarm.
Jacqueline's love of animals led her to working with animals in a variety of ways, including as a veterinary technician at a veterinary practice in her hometown in Georgia, and as a volunteer at a wildlife rehabilitation center: Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort (AWARE), working with and rehabilitating a variety of wild animals.
She recently relocated to Denver with her cat, Jo. She dreams of someday owning an Italian Greyhound.
She's excited for the opportunity to work with animals in a more relaxed environment and to gain trust and establish long term friendships with as many Denver dogs and cats as she can!