Attended Conferences and Seminars
Lonnie is now officially at Everydog part time.
He does a lot of the "behind the scenes" jobs, maintaining the property, helping with evening play groups, running the door-to-door shuttle to Regina, and feeding and cuddling the feline guests.
Lonnie has an impressive history as a high school and junior football coach and currently coaches the offensive line with the Regina Thunder. (GO THUNDER!!)
March 2018 - Walks N Wags Pet First Aid, Regina, SK
05/18 - Fenzi Dog Sport Camp,
06/17 - Fenzi Dog Sport Camp, Albany, OR
10/15 - APDT Conference, Dallas, TX
08/15 - BAT Instructors Course (with Joey Iversen), Abbotsford, BC
Kait helps out when Ashley is at a conference and is on stand by in case of emergencies.
She has an excellent ability to read dogs and understands how to manage dogs who don't necessarily like to be handled. When Everydog and Cat closes for holidays, Kait is trusted to look after the resident dogs and cats.
October 2015 - Walks N Wags Pet First Aid, Regina, SK
Everydog and Cat
SAFE, RELIABLE DOG & CAT CARE • OWNER-OPERATED SINCE 2011
701 SCOTT AVENUE, ROULEAU SK 306-541-7440
Ashley is the owner of and primary caregiver at Everydog and Cat.
She looks after everything from the daily care and feeding, to the social media pages and correspondence. She has earned an excellent reputation for easily connecting with dogs who are fearful or have other behavioural issues and knows how to manage them in a way that is as stress-free as possible. She strives to be the best at what she does, which involves constant and obsessive learning and research.
Ashley believes in giving back to the community: she helped found and was a member of the board for five years for Prairie Sky Dog Rescue, a foster-based organization in southern Saskatchewan, and was elected to the Rouleau Town Council in October, 2016.
When she's not doing Dog Stuff, she enjoys talking to and caring for her succulent plants, training for her third Queen City Marathon, becoming a better person through regular yoga practice, or working a NYT crossword puzzle.