Carrie Rosenblatt graduated from Dogtec’s Dog Walking Academy, where she studied how to effectively manage groups of dogs, read canine body language and build basic obedience through positive reinforcement training. She utilizes these skills to provide a safe, fun outing for your dog every time.
Carrie takes her job as a pet caretaker seriously, and is certified in both First Aid and CPR through Pet Tech, so you can rest assured your pet is in good hands.
With over 6 years of professional experience, Carrie has cared for numerous dogs and cats. She has hands-on experience walking dogs both on and off leash, as well as in small groups. Carrie has worked with a wide variety of breeds from tiny to large and everything in between.
She knows how to properly interact with many types of temperaments, and tailors her handling methodology based on the needs of the individual pet. She’s gentle and patient with all her charges, and is experienced working with puppies, kittens, dogs with special needs, and seniors too.
Carrie is an advocate for animals, and has fostered and rescued cats, kittens, dogs, puppies, domestic and wild birds, and even a ferret! Her commitment to animals is so strong that she has been a vegan for 20 years, abstaining from consuming or purchasing items containing animal products, or brands that engage in animal testing.
Carrie grew up with miniature schnauzers, a friendly, intelligent breed. She enjoyed taking her dog Ajax for leisurely walks. She has had cats for many years, and currently lives with 4 cats of her own - Linda, Petunia, Coco & Petey, all of which were rescued by Carrie herself.
Carrie is a conscientious guardian; after losing her beloved cat Friendly suddenly to liver disease in 1998, she began making homemade food for her cats. Since then, she also treats their ailments and behavior issues homeopathically with the guidance of her veterinarian.