What’s Your History?
My husband and I have raised our two daughters here in the Vancouver area I love the PNW and couldn’t imagine calling another place home. Our youngest started high school this year and our oldest is in collage at WSU here in Vancouver. I have two step children in their 30’s that live in Post Falls Idaho, they have blessed us with 6 beautiful granddaughters. I love being a Grandma!
Tell us about your dogs.
This summer we had to say goodbye to our sweet girl of almost 13 years. She was a black lab named Molly, such a gentle soul she was. She is missed dearly.
Our newest addition is a yellow lab puppy. Annie is full of spunk and energy. She loves her walks and to chase anything that moves.
What is your favorite thing about walking dogs?
I get a lot of enjoyment being outside walking with a furry friend, it’s a great way to spend my day.
What experience do you have working with dogs and other animals?
Besides being a dog and cat owner, I grew up with animals. When I was a young girl, there was a family of raccoons that lived near our house. My family gave them names and we would feed and love on our wild, furry, little friends. I also have always had a passion for rescuing animals, whether it was a mouse our cat captured or a loon that needed help. My mom and I were always rescuing them. And I haven’t stopped as an adult – birds, bunnies, kitties, and lost doggies – my girls and I are always trying to help them.
For fun I enjoy…
Walking, hiking, photography, camping, reading, and good movies.
If you had to eat the same meal every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Well, I love tacos and cheeseburgers…I have to choose one? This is hard but I’ll go with cheeseburgers and fry’s.