Cary & Morrisville
Cary has expanded greatly since our start in 2008. Our dog walker and pet sitter team covers a large territory from West Cary to Downtown Cary to Crossroads including zip codes: 27519, 27560, 27513, 27511, 27518.
Neighborhoods served include: Amberly, Carpenter Village, Cary Park, Lochmere, MacGregor Downs, Preston, Regency, Wellsley, Highcroft, Copperleaf, The Pines at Wake Crossing, Chatham Walk, Riggsbee Farm, The Reserve, Cameron Pond, Park Village, Sears Farm, Brickyard, Stonewater, Kitts Creek, Breckenridge, Brier Creek, Keystone Crossing
Lead Walker, Joined 2016
Mary is a native Bostonian who came to Cary, NC in 2011 with her husband and two children. She is a graduate of Salem State College, Salem MA, has been employed in the textbook publishing field and has worked in the Alumni/Development offices at Lesley University, Cambridge, MA.
Mary is an avid volunteer in the Cary community, along with her church community, where she ministers to the sick and home bound, and organizes retreats.
Most of all she has a passion for caring for animals! She has been with Peak City Puppy for the past four years and has found much joy serving the needs and caring for her wonderful clients and their beloved pets.
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 own dogs, Barkley and Molly. 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).
Lead Walker, Joined 2016
Christine moved from NY to NC with her husband in 1992. While raising two sons, Christine taught preschool. Looking for a change to go along with the transition of grown children, Christine heard about Peak City Puppy through a friend. It was a great opportunity to have more animals in her life! Dog walking has always been a favorite activity, and her own “SPCA Special”, a hound girl named Cookie, gets walked daily on the greenways in Cary. Dogs are amongst Christine’s favorite people! She thinks it’s wonderful to arrive at a house and have a dog thrilled to see her and get outside. Sharing how cute and comical dogs are with their pet parents is an extra perk! It’s a joy to love on clients’ dogs, although, Cookie does require a sniff down once Christine gets back home.
Walker, Joined 2021
Stacey originally hails from the UK and moved to NC after living briefly in NY. She has prior experience in the military and in several professional careers.
After being a stay at home mom it was time to get back to working with dogs. Stacey has been around animals all her life, she has worked with dogs before and has kept pets such as Rabbits, Hamsters, Gerbils, Rats, Guinea pigs, Dogs, Reptiles and Horses. Fish keeping has also been a hobby of Stacey's.
Stacey is at her happiest when she has a smiling dog by her side!
Senior Walker, Joined 2018
Nancy has always been an animal lover and cannot recall a time in her life when at least two or more pet companions were not present, including horses, cats, dogs, a rat, fish, and a parakeet. After having worked more than 40 years in the administrative field in various venues, including corrections, law enforcement, academia, and 18 years with IBM, she was fortunate enough to be able to retire and pursue her favorite activity—spending time with animals, rather than people. She was employed as a Professional Animal Companion in Tucson for three years prior to moving to Cary and has been with Peak City Puppy for almost two years. As a pet parent of several cats and dogs with health issues, she is quite experienced in giving injections, administering subcutaneous treatments, and dispensing oral medications. Nancy lives with her family, where they lovingly spoil two dogs-- her precious Pom, Jezebel, and dear Chloe, and three cats: Rosie, Sammie, and Claire, all of whom are rescues of some sort. Making regular donations to various animal-welfare agencies provides her with a feeling of helping as many animals as possible in some small way.