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Doggie Day Camp & Boarding Counselors
Kristin was promoted to Doggie Day Camp & Boarding Manager in April 2017. She joined us in September of 2015. She went to Milwaukee Career College for Veterinary Assistant and completed her externship at Mayfair Animal Hospital. Although she was looking for a Veterinary Assistant job, she found her niche here in the boarding/daycare area. She also volunteers for Happy Endings No Kill Cat Shelter.
She shares her house with a variety of dogs, cats, and other small animals.
When Kristin isn’t working, she enjoys being outside as much as possible, taking her dogs on long walks and spending time with family and friends.
Cindy joined our Camp Counselor family in April of 2015.Prior to coming here, she was a computer programmer for 18 years at Marquette University, Marquette High School, Penney's and Carrol University until she retired in 2011. Cindy has grown up with animals and has owned a variety of dogs and cats. She was looking for part-time work and since she loves animals, working in the doggie daycamp and boarding has been perfect.
Currently she has an 11 year old Maine Coon cat named Tuffy. Cindy also feeds local birds, squirrels, and chipmunks that live around her home.
In her spare time she likes to read, garden, draw, paint, and shoot pool. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially her son, Kenny.
Amanda joined our Camp Counselor family in April 2017. Amanda graduated from university with a B.S. in Psychology, obtaining a range of unrelated certifications before returning to school and graduating with a Veterinary Assistant certification plus pet massage and cat training certifications.
Alongside their lifelong affinity for cats, Amanda strives to befriend every dog met, particularly day campers. Amanda spends free time learning to paint with watercolors and to knit. Other hobbies include crocheting, drawing, and watching crime documentaries.