Meet the Team
Certified Professionals | Bonded and Insured | Background Checked
Founder and Operator
Lily has been working with animals professionally since she immigrated to the United States from South Africa in 2006.
She has a certification from The Karen Pryor Academy of Dog Training for completing The Dog Trainers Foundation Course and has attended seminars on Separation Anxiety in Dogs, Leash Reactivity and Dog Aggression, Calming Signals in Dogs and Dog-on-Dog Play. She uses force-free, positive reinforcement clicker-training to encourage confidence and independent growth in all animals.
My name is Mennell and I have been working with a wide variety of animals my entire life. At a young age I took it upon myself to start my own dog walking business in my neighborhood as well as volunteer at 2 different shelters in my county. At one of which I adopted my childhood best friend and pup, Randy, whom I spent hours with daily, training. He was abused prior to my ownership so it was my first real task of rehabilitation at a very young age. I moved to LA about 7 years ago and have assisted many friends and neighbors with training their dogs.
Sarah has a compassionate nature and a calm disposition which makes her a perfect fit for My Dog Spot. She has a great relationship with many of our senior dogs and has a way of allowing our more timid dogs come out of their shell and enjoy what it is like to be rambunctious and playful. Thanks, Sarah.
Hi, I’m Kathy! I have always loved animals, having grown up with them all my life. I admit that I am addicted to all the animal rescue and vet shows on TV. I am also a regular contributor to regional and national animal rescue groups. I am the proud mom of Lucy, a Chug (a Chihuahua-pug mix) and a cat, Dulce. I think that all of the dogs I walk are the cutest things ever, and I couldn’t be happier than when they pee and poop. In addition to dog walking, I am also a freelance writer and long-time host of an Afro-Cuban music/salsa show on public radio.
Erica has a lifelong experience with dogs. She grew up helping in her mom’s grooming establishment and as a result, has an intimate knowledge of all kinds of dog breeds and temperaments.
She is an aspiring dog trainer and helps keeps our doggy clients happy and positively reinforced.
Hi my name is Savannah Scilley, I was born in Dallas Texas and moved here with my family. I’ve grown up all my life around dogs. I volunteered for 2 1/2 years at a shelter in Santa Barbara during college and really learned how to handle and train dogs. I started out as a C class trainer but after a year I made it to A class, which dealt with dogs that were a little harder to handle and needed special attention. I love animals and respect them. I understand they have emotions and each have a different personality. I love spending time with them.
My name is Kelsey Nelson and I am a HUGE animal lover! I have had dogs and cats my whole life and they bring me so much joy. I have also taken special classes at the Pasadena Humane Society to train and care for special needs dogs and am very comfortable with handling and caring for all types of dogs, big or small. I have been training dogs since I was a young person, learning dog’s body language, positive reinforcement training techniques and how all dogs are very unique in their own personality and abilities.
I have been walking dogs and dog-sitting for many, many years for many different dogs and owners, caring for the dogs in the manner that the owners want me to care for them as well as treating them as if they were my own pet. I think pets become members of our families and deserve the utmost care and individualized treatment. I hope to build a great relationship with you and your dog in the future!
My name is Rivi. I am a full time pet sitter. I feel right at home when it comes to pet care. It’s a dream job to cover all the requirements such as pet feeding, facilitating exercise, and doing whatever the job may require. I have extensive experience with both dogs and cats, and I also have a very soft spot for farm animals.
It is an honor to look after animals, and I look forward to taking care of yours.
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