Nicole resides in Salem with her husband, Justin, her dog, Henri, and her cat, Princess. She is certified in Dog and Cat First Aid. In addition to managing Dingo’s Dogsitting & Daycare she also boards and walks dogs in the Greater Beverly area. As any client will tell you, she truly cares for all the animals for which she is responsible with thoughtful and fastidious attention.
To reach her directly email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text: 978-473-3075.
Brandy, a Beverly resident, has been working at Dingo’s Daycare since January of 2014. A life-long animal lover and owner, she also boards and walks dogs in the Greater Beverly area.
Karen, an innately compassionate retired small business owner, is our daily “bus monitor” insuring all the dogs we pick-up are happy and safe in transit. In addition to her daily role on the bus, Karen also walks and boards dogs in the Beverly area where she lives with her husband and her 14 YO Akita, Sterling.
As a life-long animal-lover and Danvers resident, Matt volunteered at the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem from 2009-2011. He graduated from Lasell College in May of 2014 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. In addition to working at Dingo’s, he also works for 98.5 The Sports Hub and WBNW 1120 AM Money Matters Radio, both in Boston.
Dan F. is a retired social worker who occupies his time driving the Dingo’s bus on it’s daily morning routes through Beverly, Salem, Marblehead, Swampscott, Lynn, and Nahant. A life-long Beverly resident, Dan and his wife, Jo-Anne, have welcomed dogs into their home in Ryal Side for the past 30 years. Their family now consists of Granite, a Black Lab, and Ranger, a Yellow Lab. The whole family can often be found walking in Salem at the Willows or in the Winter Island area. In addition to driving the Dingo’s bus, Dan and his wife also board dogs in their home, much to the delight of Granite and Ranger!
Julia, a life-long animal lover, has been working at Dingo’s Dogsitting since January of 2017. Prior to working at Dingo’s, she completed an internship at Cape Ann Animal Aid. In addition to working at the daycare, she also walks dogs for us in the Beverly area and boards dogs out of her home in Manchester.
Eric came to Dingo’s in September of 2016 after working at another doggy daycare as well as a children’s camp, both in Ipswich. A savant as it pertains to both dogs and hockey, he celebrates his love for hockey by wearing a different professional jersey to work each day; he celebrates his penchant for dogs with us at the daycare where you can frequently hear him reciting arcane facts about esoteric breeds (to anyone that will listen!). He lives in Ipswich with his dog, also a daycare regular, Terry O’Reilly (or Reilly for short)