Nicole resides in Salem with her husband (Justin) her dogs (Henri and Wiley) and her cat (Isabella). An avid animal lover since childhood, Nicole decided to leave the corporate world in 2013 to pursue a career in the animal field. Now as Dingo’s GM and bookkeeper, her passion for animals coupled with her fastidious attention to detail make her an invaluable resource!
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Brandy, a Beverly resident, has been working at Dingo’s Daycare since January of 2014. A keen photographer, Brandy is responsible for almost all of the photos seen pictured in our social media accounts. In addition to working at Dingo’s and snapping photos of our pups, 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 to the daycare. 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.
Though small in stature, Karen has a penchant for giant breeds – she and her husband have shared their home with three Akitas, the most recent of whom passed away at age fourteen in June of 2018.
Matt was born and raised in Danvers and has loved dogs since before he can remember (as evidenced by his volunteer work at the Northeast Animal Shelter from 2009 through 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 its 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 serving as Dingo’s Logistics Manager, Dan and his wife also board dogs in their home, and Dan has a number of happy dog-walking clients all over the Beverly area.
Prior to her employment at Dingo’s, Julia completed an internship with Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester. In addition to serving as shift manager at the daycare, Julia also walks dogs for us in the Beverly area and boards dogs out of her home in Gloucester.
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)
Jim and Tara Coyle have been boarding dogs for Dingo’s Dogsitting out of their home in South Hamilton since May of 2014. Their residence, boasting a 3,000 square foot, fully fenced yard, is also home to their two teenage daughters (Saiorse and Fiona), and their 11YO Shepherd mix (Hazel). In addition to boarding dogs for Dingo’s, Jim is a working musician – playing gigs and giving guitar lessons in and around Boston – and Tara is an elementary school teacher in Hamilton.
Jenn was born and raised in Beverly before moving to Gloucester in early 2018. Before joining our team she could frequently be found dog-walking and dog-sitting for shared clients and friends in the Beverly area. With a perennially upbeat personality, a passion for the pups, and an innate talent as a “pack leader”, we are lucky to have her!