Jen Stewart

Assistant Scheduling Manager

My fiancé and I adopted Bowser after his litter was found abandoned under a porch in West Virginia. Luckily, a foster family rescued them and nursed the puppies back to health before finding permanent families for them. I can’t imagine my life without Bowser now! Bowser is a very loved 50 lb. terrier mix (not exactly sure what) and is almost 5 years old. He enjoys running, swimming, getting back scratches, and of course, eating!


Chris Mosby

Client Services Specialist

I adopted Nemo first from the DC Animal Rescue Center. He was one year old and still quite a kitten. He and I bonded instantaneously and he even seemed to develop a little attachment problem. So, I went a few months later and adopted a kitten for him, and named him Milo. They got on well from the first day.

It’s been almost two years and Nemo is still quite attached to me and follows me everywhere. Milo is a little more detached. He has chosen the bathroom as his special room and will sit outside the door and meow the whole time you’re in there. I’m very happy to have them filling my home with hair and love.


Michael Ciliberti

Video Specialist

My Wife and I rescued Remy from BARCS animal Shelter in April of 2013. He was about 6 weeks old then and quite a little ball of energy. He still has all that puppy energy and likes to go for walks and run around the yard chasing squirrels. He is a very loving and friendly dog and we love having him as part of our family.


Julia Alicandri

Marketing Liaison

Elliot is a husky lab mix. He came into my life three years ago. I never thought I was a dog person until I lived with Elliot. He enjoys teasing the cat, sleeping on furniture he isn’t allowed on (which we are doing in the picture above), and getting overly enthusiastic every time he hears a word that sounds like W-A-L-K. Guests are often afraid of his aggressive bark, but soon realize he is harmless and just wants to say hello… or to see if you have snacks in your pocket.


Brittany Davies

Marketing Liaison

Pictured on the left is my family’s rabbit, Hermetta James (Hermie). My sister and I found her at a yard sale. She filled the void of me for my parents when I moved away. Best $10 I’ve ever spent. The middle and right pictures are my golden retriever, Maddie. Maddie passed away last October at the age of six. She enjoyed avoiding water at all costs, listening to Luke Bryan in the truck with me, and eating all the $20 bills she could find.  She is definitely missed.


Matt Workman

Senior Account Executive

Meet Farley “Bear.” Farley is from Chesapeake, Virginia and was named after the comedian Chris Farley. He is an English bulldog and is the son of Zeus and Kim Kardashian (not a joke). He is almost two years old. He loves kissing and cuddling his human sisters Grace and Cora. His other hobbies include drooling, sleeping (which means a whole lot of snoring), going for short walks, and watching Animal Planet.


Sara Religa

Scheduling Coordinator

Bronx is a Pomeranian who was born four years ago.  He loves to play with toys and hates sharing food. His favorite activity is waking up his owners by kissing their face until they finally get up and take him out. He’s my perfect companion and means the world to me.


JJ Rochefort

Senior Account Executive

Jake will turn four in April but still plays like a puppy! He is definitely a “daddy’s” boy! He loves to make new friends and give kisses to his Mom!


Neal Price

International Scheduling Manager

Sara and I got married in December 2004. My first present to her was the gray tabby on the left, Nemo. We rescued him from the Humane Society being the cutest and sweetest kitten there. Nemo is now 11 years old, and he’s truly the best cat ever. He’s brilliant and is convinced he’s human. His latest trick is drinking water from the faucet in our bathroom. He’ll stand in the sink screaming until someone turns on the water. Adi is the big boy on the right. He’s a July 4th baby that we adopted 3 years ago. He’s a very sweet cat with the loudest purr I’ve ever heard, but he only loves us on his terms. Oh, and DO NOT rub his belly even though he lays on his back 90% of the time.