Ariana has been a professional pet sitter for Tip of the Tail since February 2014. She is a native Vermonter. She grew up around dogs and farm animals. She also owned a horse until she was 23 years old. She competed in horse shows around Vermont with her horse, Pride. Ariana graduated with a BS in Nutrition from Keene State College in May 2010. Pet sitting has always been a part of Ariana's life. She is happy to be able to continue pet sitting for Tip of the Tail.
Janna Cutler is the owner of Tip of the Tail. She went to Champlain College and majored in Business. She has grown up giving care to all animals and has been pet sitting and dog walking her entire life. She has always been a volunteer at her local animal shelters. Volunteering as a dog walker really helped Janna gain a lot of unique experience with many different breeds of dogs. Growing up with animals and advocating for animal rights helped prove that Janna appreciates and shows compassion towards all living things. The pup in her picture, Kaali, is the reason why she started this business.
Before Janna starts her day of dog walking and then again after, she takes care of baby calves on her fiance's family's dairy farm. Janna is passionate about animals and believes that animals help improve our overall health and well-being.
Thank you to Keilani Lime for taking this picture of Janna and Kaali!
Sam began working for Tip of the Tail in February 2014. She has always loved animals and strongly believes in their unique ability to improve people's lives. From gentile giants to spunky wee ones, she loves them all. Sam majored in English and Women's Studies at the University of New Hampshire. She is confident in her ability to communicate with both animals and their humans. Her goals involve helping the community in any way she can. As of June 2016, Sam is the proud owner of Tip of the Tail, Too. She and Janna work closely together to provide the best care and services to their clients.