Meghan has loved animals from the beginning. While growing up in Pittsburgh, her family surrounded themselves with pets.

Now, she’s the proud owner of two Bernese Mountain dogs named Kodiak and Panda. Three years ago, Meghan found this brother-sister duo from a breeder in Montana. These two were the inspiration for a career in dog walking.

Meghan always wanted to find a way to give back to the world, too. The Crate Escape Pgh provided an opportunity to do just that. She has always been impressed with a dog’s ability to love unconditionally and to bond with humans. Now, she’s able to bond with amazing animals who do nothing, but give love. Through Crate Escape Pgh, she helps create a better life for each and every dog she encounters.

Meghan takes care of dogs because she feels that it’s important work and it’s rewarding. She thought other people should be able to enjoy and feel the amazing things that dogs can bring to our lives, so she decided to take Kodiak through training sessions to become a therapy dog. Now, Kodiak is a part of that special group of dogs who make lives so much better.

Growing up in a home where her parents owned their business, Meghan was inspired to do just the same. Before TCE, Meghan spent five years working in a cubicle, wishing she were at the park with her dogs. While her office job allowed her to develop the communication and people skills needed to run her own business, not being able to give Kodiak and Panda the attention and exercise they needed broke her heart. Now, she has the chance to give them and lots of other dogs the love and attention they deserve.

Meghan has three years of professional pet care experience. She’s bonded, insured, and certified in Pet First Aid and CPR. Meghan is also a member of the world’s leading educational organization for professional pet sitters, Pet Sitters International.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and multimedia arts and a minor in music technology from Duquesne University. Meghan uses those journalism and multimedia arts skills to document your dog’s day throughout Pittsburgh.

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