Robin Null‘s passion for pooches is evident by the number of hours she spends volunteering at The Austin Animal Center each week. Her dedication to homeless dogs has been recognized with The President’s Volunteer Service Award and The Austin American Statesman’s Volunteer of the Year. Robin shares her home with a rescued cat who enjoys giving her new hairstyles during the night. Robin has been professionally pet sitting since 2001, is experienced at giving shots and medication, and can provide numerous letters of recommendation. See Robin in action here and here! Robin covers North Austin clients, and particularly enjoys pampering pets at The Domain.
Avid about animals and running, Chantelle Wallace has exercised energetic dogs at shelters since 2007. She is the proud parent of a cat and a dog, both adopted from Austin Animal Center. When she isn’t being active with animals, Chantelle is writing about them or being interviewed about them.
Chantelle’s work with shelter dogs was featured in a Fitness Magazine spread, an Austin Woman Magazine article (page 12), a Ruffwear post, a Running with Ollie Q&A and an AAC Volunteer Spotlight. She is a six-time recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award for hours spent at the shelter, and has spoken about pets on KXAN, KVUE , YNN, Fox and Ask Miss A. She was a competitive equestrian as a kid, so can also care for horses. Chantelle covers West Austin clients.
Catherine O’Donnell, CPDT-KA, is Director of Training and Behavior at The Ranch for Canine Training and Behavior. Read more about Catherine’s impressive background and skills here. She is available for daytime walks and visits, and in-home training in the Dripping Springs, TX, area.
Andrew Flater has more than seven years of pet sitting and competitive-running experience, and can provide many references upon request. A professional fitness trainer (of humans), Andrew volunteers with Love-A-Bull exercising their Adopt-A-Bulls.