Animals have always been my passion and from a very young age all I asked for was "Something with a heartbeat". I always enjoyed caring for the range of pets that I was lucky enough to grow up with and this passion has continued with me to this day. I left school with one mission, to pursue my dream of working with animals. This was achieved by working in numerous horse racing yards all over the world, including in France & Australia, before returning home and starting my new chapter by opening Emma's Pet Services. My main hobby is Dog Agility with my partner in crime, Pierre and we enjoy training and competing together all around the country. I see myself as a complete crazy dog lady and couldn't imagine life without being surrounded by animals!
Having always grown up with cats, it wasn't until I met Emma in 2013 and was introduced to Pierre that my love for dogs started. I have always had an interest in animals and grew up with many pets including cats, rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters. I love nothing more than being across the fields or in the woods seeing the dogs enjoying themselves. From previous experience working as a postman, it is nice to now have an over-friendly welcome when I walk through the door to pick up dogs for their walks. I am mad about sports and combined with my passion for animals, it has given me the perfect job whilst keeping fit at the same time!
I personally think i'm the most important member of the team as my role of head of recruitment and chief taster would suggest. I found my owners in France as a young pup on a farm, before catching a ferry to find my home in Somerset. I love nothing more than running through the countryside and seeing what the hedges have to offer. I'm very lucky that my job has enabled me to meet lots of dogs and make new friends, and even have sleep overs at my friends houses. My hobbies include chasing squirrels, watching the TV (especially wildlife programmes), and my favourite of all... Dog Agility! I've won lots of rosettes and trophies but my proudest moment was qualifying for the UKA national finals.