Ashley’s Pawsome Pet Sitting began as a solo operation and the dream project of Ashley Carr, now Owner and Manager. In 2015, the business expanded in order to continue providing dedicated services to our clients and their amazing pets. Each member of the Pawsome Pets team is interviewed, background checked, and on-boarded, including training to ensure that each member lives up to the standard set by Ashley’s Pawsome Pets. The team training aspect of Ashley’s Pawsome Pets ensures that every member of the Pawsome Pets team provides the same incredible service to every client and every pet in the Ashley’s Pawsome Pets family!
Lauren, Sitter Manager
Lauren is a Sacramento, CA native who grew up in a house filled with dogs and cats, and fell in love with horses when she was 10 years old. Lauren spends her weekends volunteering for various non-profits, as well as pet sitting around the town of Davis. She also teaches beginning horseback riding lessons at a barn in Woodland. She currently only owns two animals – a black kitty named Bagheera or “Baggy”, and a thoroughbred horse named Gallon. She graduated from UC Davis in December 2018 with a B.S. degree in Animal Science, and hopes to continue on to veterinary school. She enjoys getting to spend time with animals of all shapes and sizes!
Alexa, Client Manager
Alexa grew up in Tulare California and currently resides in Fairfield. She has a background in home health care and customer service. Alexa enjoys the outdoors especially hiking. She grew up with a Rottweiler named boots and a Chihuahua mix named Nextel as well as a rabbit named Willow and a rat named Ginger. She has always enjoyed having animals in her life. Alexa now shares her home with Charlie, a rescued terrier mix.
Analisa, Marketing Manager
Analisa was born and raised in Woodland, CA before traveling to Arizona for college. She is a lifelong pet lover who used to work at a dog magazine! Analisa spends her free time with her own pets at home or studying for graduate school. She loves spending time with animals of all shapes and sizes, and hopes to meet a sloth sometime in her future.
Cydney, Pet Sitter
Cydney has been working with animals her entire life, starting as a young girl working with cattle on an Angus ranch here in Davis. When she was in grade school she participated in 4H for nine years raising pigs for the local show. She also participated in FFA while in high school for 6 years, she raised Turkeys, Goats and Veal Calf’s which she showed at the Yolo County Fair.She has always had a passion for animals and has kept herself surrounded by them throughout her entire life. Cydney currently owns a Paint/Arabian horse named Sierra that she takes on trail rides, to various shows and competes in Gymkhana with. She also owns a small yorkie named Lulu that she loves dearly and takes along with her on many adventures. Aside from working with animals, Cydney works at UC Davis as the advising assistant in the undergraduate counseling office while going to school online at Arizona State University pursuing a degree in psychology. She would like to become a counselor when she is complete with her education to be able to help people, another one of her passions. She loves to care for animals of all kinds and enjoys having the opportunity to get to meet different pets as they all have their own unique personalities.
Tyler, Pet Sitter
Growing up in San Bruno, California, Tyler was raised in a household fixated on their love for animals. What started with one cat and then two, quickly became a place with too many to count. With this passion for animals having been instilled in him at an early age, Tyler went on to graduate from UC Davis in 2017 with a B.S. Degree in Animal Science. When he’s not busy socializing with cattle or training exotics, Tyler can be found in his apartment playing with his two cats, Tiger and Lola, and his German Shepherd, Krieger. Tyler aspires to one day go to veterinary school, but for now is content in caring for your fur babies when you need the extra hand.
Danielle, Pet Sitter
Danielle grew up on a small farm in Lucerne Valley, Ca, which is where her love of animals began. She has since graduated with her B.S. degree in Animal Science and eventually wants to pursue her dream of becoming a large animal veterinarian. Danielle has worked with many species of animals including, livestock, horses, and companion animals but currently works as an animal technician caring for primates. She absolutely loves cats and has two of her own; Peanut and Winston. She looks forward to caring for and playing with all of your pets!
Amanda, Pet Sitter
Amanda grew up in Virginia, but has lived in Davis for 20 years and has always been fascinated with animals. Family lore holds that as a toddler, Amanda would amuse herself by walking around the house with the family dog’s food bowl while the beagle patiently followed her around until she put it down. Growing up, she fondly remembers gently holding and admiring small lizards while playing outdoors, and caring for pet parakeets named Rover and Jitters. She once spent a week in Hawaii fascinated by carpenter bees that swarmed around a plant-covered arbor where she was staying. As an adult she has had feline roommates, and currently lives with a domestic longhaired tuxedo cat named Isabelle, a domestic shorthaired street rescue named Tobi, her husband, and the occasional bees, lizards, and hummingbirds who visit their yard. Amanda approaches all creatures with compassion and empathy.
Kendall, Pet Sitter
Kendall grew up in Yucaipa, CA where she first discovered her love for animals and pets alike. Growing up, Kendall’s immediate family owned many different animals, including birds, horses, cows, and turtles. Her constant exposure to a variety of animals allowed her to grow a strong curiosity and love for them at a very young age. At six years old, she started volunteering at a local rescue shelter where she helped take care of both cats and dogs up until high school. When she moved to the Sacramento/Davis area, she began working for a pet sitting/dog walking business in Sacramento. It was here she learned important training techniques, pet behaviors, emergency training, and how to provide the best service for both owners and pets in her care. Kendall finds great fulfillment in being able to assist others with their pets and fully understands the amount of trust that goes into such a relationship. Kendall currently has two rescue animals of her own- a pitbull mix named April and a blue parakeet named B.B (short for blue bird). Kendall is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree and enjoys hiking, cooking, and painting in her free time.