The Peak City Puppy Team

West Cary & Morrisville Team

Mary T.

Lead Walker, Joined 2016

Christine S.

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.

Nancy H.

Senior Walker, Joined 2018

Jillian W.

Walker I, Joined 2019

Originally from Washington D.C., Jillian has lived in Apex since grade school and loves her neighborhood of Walden Creek. A graduate of Appalachian State College, Jillian has big dreams and lots of life experience to see them come true. Hoping to one day own a doggie daycare, Jillian decided to turn her love of dogs into a full-time job by working with Peak City Puppy in the West Cary area.

Jillian has a chocolate lab of her own named Guinness who she spoils and adores. She's been a professional nanny to children and feels like this job will be similar, only with dogs!

Mellisa T.

Walker I, Joined 2019

Melissa was born and raised in the Apex/Cary area and as an avid adventurer and hometown girl, has loved seeing how the towns and surrounding areas have changed and grown. She grew up completely surrounded by dogs, cats and horses on her family land and has always had a heart and a passion for loving and caring for animals of all shapes and sizes! By day, Melissa spends her time with her PEAK CITY PUPPY family, loving and caring for our clients pets, and by night, she dons the cape of her other interest, TV and works with the WRAL evening news crew. In her free time, Melissa can almost always be found with her husband either hiking in this great state’s park systems, or exploring the nooks and crannies of the Triangle area.