Meet Our Staff of Professional Dog Sitters in Beverly, MA
Nicole resides in Beverly 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 canine field. Now as Dingo’s GM and bookkeeper, her passion for animals coupled with her fastidious attention to detail make her an invaluable resource!
Dana C. was born and raised in Beverly where she currently resides with her plot hound mix, Ash. Beginning in fall of 2020, Dana will begin taking classes at North Shore Community College to pursue a career as a Veterinary Technician. Her ultimate goal is to obtain a job as a tech with a wild life rescue and rehabilitation organization.
Prior to her employment at Dingo’s, Julia completed an internship with Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester. She’s a proud “dog mama” to a French Bulldog named Luna and a #goodoldfashionedmutt named Nova! In addition to serving as Assistant Manager at the daycare, Julia also walks dogs for us in the Beverly area and boards dogs out of her home in Essex.
Marilyn is a semi-retired registered nurse who splits her time between caring for patients, caring for dogs, and caring for Nancy’s kids! As an avid animal-lover, Marilyn has been the owner of countless dogs, cats, hamsters, gerbils, frogs, salamanders, turtles, birds, fish, and even an iguana. But her favorite animal of all has always been “man’s best friend.”
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. Her perennially upbeat personality coupled with her passion for our pups has made her a vital addition to our team.
Lucy, a senior Accounting major at Endicott College in Beverly, began working at Dingo’s in May of 2019. Having grown up in a multi-dog household that also fostered rescues in her home state of New Hampshire, Lucy came to us with an intrinsic, self-taught knowledge of canine psychology and behavior. As a fast learner and hard worker with an unflappable personality, Lucy has become a pivotal member of our human pack!
Sean came to us in September of 2019 with over a year’s worth of experience in the dog-care industry and it shows! He’s a natural with our pack and has a keen awareness of dog behavior. He’s also a big softie and you will often find him snuggling up with our little dogs (as well as the big ones) whenever the opportunity to do so arises. In addition to working at Dingo’s, Sean also volunteers as a HS wrestling coach.
Brandy began working at Dingo’s in February of 2015. In addition to working at our daycare and driving our “Dingomobile”, Brandy also boards dogs out of her home in Beverly where she resides with her impeccably behaved rescue dog, Sadie.
Becca, a life-long Beverly Panther, has been working at Dingo’s since February of 2019. She is the owner of Blue, a Silver Lab rescue, who, like Becca, enjoys hiking and the great outdoors. Blue thinks Becca is the best thing to happen to dogs since they were domesticated some 15,000 years ago. Blue is a smart dog because he’s not far off – Becca is sweet but firm, competent, kind, meticulous about the health and safety of our pack and an extremely hard worker to boot! In addition to working at Dingo’s, she is pursuing a degree in Animal Care at North Shore Community College.
Ashley was born and raised in Salem, Mass and has had an affinity toward animals since she was just a wee pup. She currently shares her home with two rescue dogs and three very “spoiled” cats. As a senior at Salem State College, she hopes to leverage her degree in biology toward her ultimate goal of becoming a veterinarian or a vet tech.
Born and raised in Swampscott, MA, Jimmy, or “Otto”, as we like to call him, likes to call his afternoon bus route his “therapy”. He has three main loves in life: driving trucks (or buses), cavorting with cute “puppers”, and playing the drums; his afternoon gig at Dingo’s affords him the ability to engage in two out of his three passions – and two out of three ain’t bad! When he’s not driving our Dingo’s bus he can be found cutting hair as a professional barber.