Holly Springs Area
Our dog walker and pet sitter team covers a lot of ground to keep pace with the growth of Holly Springs and Fuquay Varina including zip codes: 27540, 27518, 27539, 27526
Neighborhoods served include: 12 Oaks, Arbor Creek, Braxton Village, Brook Manor, Holly Glen, Holly Pointe, Oak Hall, Sunset Lake, Sunset Oaks, Sunset Ridge, Greyhawk, Wescott, Woodcreek, Remington, Holly Park, Chelsea Woods, Lochridge, Honeycutt Farm, Trinity Creek, Downtown Square Townhomes, Cassidy, Hemlock Preserve
Sitter I, Joined 2019
Miranda has grown up loving dogs and being around them all her life. She currently has six wonderful dogs in her life: four labs, a Plott Hound and a Rat Terrier. Miranda loves to go camping and to be outdoors in her free time. She is currently attending school, so she feels very lucky to have the opportunity to work with Peak City Puppy; where she can spend time with animals, while still focusing on school.
Senior Walker, Joined 2020
Heather L. is originally from England and relocated to the U.S. with her husband and children almost 30 years ago. Heather and her family have always had dogs and currently have two 12-year old foster failures, as well as an energetic pup who is almost 2. Prior to joining PEAK CITY PUPPY, Heather had a career in the mental health field and later transitioned into redesigning and remodeling homes for people with disabilities.
Senior Walker, Joined 2019
Nikki joined Peak City Puppy in 2019 as a way to get some exercise along with experiencing the joy of seeing a dog greet her. Born and raised in Michigan, she studied social science at Michigan Technology University, then lived in Poughkeepsie for 13 years before relocating to North Carolina in 2012. Nikki is still married to her high school sweetheart of 20 years and together they have two teenagers and a rescue mix named Willow. She admits that she'd have "at least five dogs" if she could which is another great reason for her to join the dog walking team in Holly Springs!
Senior Sitter, Joined 2019
Abbey is currently a student at Central Carolina Community College where she is studying Veterinary Medical Technology. She loves working at Peak City Puppy, as it allows her to get exercise while making memories and gaining relationships with the animals. Abbey has adopted many animals from foster care, including a puppy. Abbey hopes to one day start her own business helping animals.