Martaís innate passion for animals has led to a lifetime of experience caring for
pets. She grew up with a menagerie of dogs, cats, and horses (amongst other various
critters). She has ten years experience running her own pet care business and also
worked 12 years as a veterinary technician, primarily at the South Bay Veterinary
Group in Boston. Marta graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a BA in biology.
When not busy caring for Bostonís pets, Marta enjoys spending time with her dachshund
and rescue kitty, Gilbert and Sullivan. She also travels to Pepperell, MA daily
to care for and ride her horse, Nevyn, who she trains and rides competitively.
Throughout her life, Emily has always had a passion for animals. Growing up Emily
adored the dogs that were a part of her family, giving her a particular soft spot
for manís best friend. Emily attended Quincy College after high school and completed
all of her pre-requisites for a degree in nursing. She has nine years experience
in the health care field; five of those years were spent caring for patients, and
the last four were spent in administration. During those years, Emily cared for
several of her friendís pets while they were away on vacation and thoroughly enjoyed
doing so. After much consideration, Emily made a personal and professional decision
to change careers and follow her passion for animals. When not busy providing the
utmost care for the pets of Boston, Emily enjoys spending time with her Miniature
Dachshund, Frank, and Boston Terrier, Tuko. She also enjoys watching movies, listening
to music and spending time with her family and friends.
Stephanie lives in Somerville with her two cats, Bug and Beans. She graduated from Ithaca College in
2005 with a Bachelors in Writing and published her first novel, Summer at Nineteen, in 2009. Stephanie
has volunteered at Pets In Need in Somerville (where she adopted two cats) and has also traveled
to Kanab, Utah to volunteer at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. Stephanie hopes to one day adopt a dog
and maybe a pot-bellied pig too.