I am the owner of Four Seasons For Paws. It has been my life long dream to work with animals! When I was young, I always said I would be a veterinarian when I grew up. I collected Pound Puppies (little stuffed animals) by the dozens. They all had names and I took them everywhere I went. I could never simply walk by an animal of any kind. I had to pet them. I wanted to be their friend! Even though I never became a veterinarian, I have learned so much about caring for all kinds of animals! I have taken dog training courses and I am certified in Pet First Aid and CPR. It is my absolute passion to take the best care of every animal that crosses my path and to provide complete peace of mind for the people who love them the most. I truly can't wait to meet you and your pets!
I have a genuine love for all animals and devote the majority of my time to caring for them. I am a certified professional dog walker. When I am not walking dogs or pet sitting, I can be found rehabilitating orphaned, injured, or sick wildlife as a volunteer wildlife rehabilitator for the Howell Nature Center. I have two dogs, two cats, six chickens and always some young squirrels or bunnies at home to keep me on my toes. I am also a stained glass artist. My work (Mt Juno Glass - named after my dog), can be found at the Detroit Artists Market, Paint Creek Center for the Arts in Rochester and Etsy. Some of my favorite pastimes include: hiking, camping, gardening, taking pictures, and traveling. I can't wait to meet you and your pets!
I've been around all types of animals my entire life. I completed Veterinary Assistant classes 1999 at Garden City High School. I currently have two small dogs home. I absolutely love my furry friends! There's no better way to get exercise than to be out walking a dog, and no better way to enjoy indoor time than with a kitty on your lap!
I've lived in Howell my entire life and went to Howell high school. I've always had cats growing up which is why I have such a soft spot for them. After high school I took some classes at Lansing community college. I have always thought about becoming a veterinarian because of my love for animals. Caring for pets will be very different from my previous job, but I sure am excited to get to work with them! They are so much fun to be around and I absolutely adore each and every one of their unique personalities!
My name is Larissa, some others call me Elle. I grew up with animals all around me. Dogs, cats, I even showed horses in competitions. Plenty of barn and farm animal work in tow. Currently I have 6 fur babies of my own. A boxer, English Bulldog, 3 rescued barn kitties, and a hedgehog. There's really not a dull moment in the household and it's the best! My passion is animals and I love to give back. I cant wait to meet your fur babies!!
I have had the pleasure of growing up with a variety of animals. From the furry kind like dogs and cats and even a guinea pig to reptiles such as frogs, turtles and snakes. The love and support animals can bring to people is truly remarkable. I currently have 2 dogs and a cat and I could not imagine my life without them. When I am not pet sitting, I am an Architect at an Architecture and Engineering firm in the Metro Detroit area. In my free time, I enjoy taking the dogs to local hiking trails, gardening, athletics and cooking.
Hello! My name is Darlene and after a 30-year career in health care, I decided to pursue my passion for caring for animals and became a Certified Professional Pet Sitter. Animals large and small have always been a big part of my life. Over the years, I have volunteered at various animal rescue organizations in the community and have experience caring for everything from pet rats to horses. I have two dearly-loved dogs of my own and understand how important it is for a client to know their beloved pet is in the best of care while they are away.