Apex & New Hill
We offer dog walking, new puppy services and pet sitting in all neighborhoods in 27502, 27523 & 27562
Apex neighborhoods served include but are not limited to: Abbington, Scott's Mill, Whitehall Manor, Haddon Hall, Dogwood Ridge, Villages of Apex, Bella Casa, Seagroves Farm, Waterford Green, St James Village, Walden Creek, Cameron Park, Jordan Pointe, Sweetwater, Arcadia West, Brookshire Manor, Carriage Downs, Crocketts Ridge, Greyhawk Landing, Salem Oaks, Jordan Pointe, Stillwater, Buckhorn Preserve, Salem Village, Scots Laurel & Woodridge
Senior Walker, Joined 2019
Ruth R. is an almost life-long resident of the Apex area, having moved here 30 years ago. After a long career teaching pre-school (20 years) and Nanny-ing for a family for another 6 years, she decided to use her big heart in another area she loves: animals.
Ruth has 2 adult daughters and one 6yo four-legged son, Watson. She loves to garden & is a member of the Apex Garden Club. Ruth is also very active in her church.
Lead Walker, Joined 2014
Karen lives in Apex and has been walking dogs professionally for over ten years. A former customer service representative at a major airline, Karen knows how to take care of her dog clients AND their parents – providing peace of mind that they receive a good long walk on each visit!
Karen is a certified Yoga Instructor and practices daily as well as provide on-line yoga classes for all bodies and abilities.
Karen and her husband can usually be found walking their neighborhood with their own rescue dog, Nuggett from Saving Grace or playing with their 2 rescue cats, Newk and Prez from Wake County Animal Center.
Senior Walker, Joined 2020
Originally from NY, Trish moved to NC in 1999. After being a stay at home mom for a few years she went back to work as a preschool teacher, then a Kindergarten teacher's assistant in WCPSS.
Looking for a change, she reached out to Peak City Puppy after being a very happy client for her dogs Molly and Barkley. Trish is a mom to a 21 year old daughter, 18 year old son, 2 dogs, 2 cats, 1 chicken and 1 horse. She enjoys walking the neighborhood trails and spending time with her husband and kids (human and furry).
Sitter, Joined 2021
Originally from Illinois, Trina has called North Carolina home since 1980 (with a 4 year stopover in Athens, Georgia 'Go Dawgs!')
Trina's lifelong love of animals shifted into high gear in 2005 when she became aware of the plight of unwanted, homeless pets and began volunteering at the county animal shelter. Since then she has rescued, fostered, transported and rehabilitated hundreds of animals all over the Southeast.
Shelter work is very rewarding, but after sixteen years Trina needed a break, so she reached out to Peak City Puppy because life is simply not full without lots of furry friends around!
Trina moved to the Triangle two years ago and currently lives in Apex with her husband, teenage son and three rescue pups Fausty, BeBe and Big Boy. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, playing tennis and watching old movies.
Senior Walker, Joined 2019
Orginally from Poland, Magda and her family moved to States in 1995 and she's resided in Apex almost all of that time. She is a Certified Nursing Assistant who previously worked full-time with hospice care patients.
Magda has always had a passion and love for animals and decided to fulfill her dream and become a Dog Walker & Pet Sitter with Peak City Puppy in 2019. She is a mother of two boys( 16, 32) and when not working, she likes to go on camping trips with her husband and 3 rescue dogs.
Sitter, Joined 2021
Erica is a Triangle native who has lived here for most of her life. She has always been a nature and animal lover, which led her to join the Army. She currently serves in the reserves and has been to some amazing places through the Army, including Dubai, but always felt her heart call her home to the Triangle.
Erica also recently graduated from UNC Law School with a Juris Doctor. Through the trials of law school, her two dogs kept her sane. Her favorite part of her busy days was going for a walk or playing fetch with her two dogs. She rescued her first dog, the Pittie Talullah, from Saving Grace in Wake Forest, and adopted her second dog, the Hungarian Mudi Sully, a year later. Now as a herding dog owner, Erica has recently gotten into the world of Dog Sports and is working on getting titles for her dogs in doing tricks, dock diving, and sheep herding.
Nothing brings Erica joy like working with animals, and she cannot wait to meet the furry or scaley members of your family!