Team Peticulars is very proud of their certifications and their continuing education in the latest industry trends.
Owner – Linda Rogers has been a pet professional since graduating from OSU in 1986. She went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Non-Profit Management, Animal Welfare. Linda has an extensive background in veterinary practice operation and spent several years as the director of a dog shelter and owner of a grooming, boarding and training center. Linda has a great affection for retired racing greyhounds and fostered 10 of them prior to adopting her boy, Rogue. Her special interest lies in behavior and pets with peculiar personalities. Linda’s goal is to help anxious, overactive or timid animals adjust to their daily challenges and live happy lives. Through patience, understanding and the use of specialized products and procedures, even the most unique pets can be helped. “All pets deserve to be loved, valued and treated with kindness.”
Manager – Danielle Hurd is a life long resident of Cape Cod and a true animal lover. She currently resides in Brewster with her husband, daughter and 4 legged boy named Sue. She was a Veterinary Technician for almost 20 years and uses that experience to enhance her wonderful relationship with the pets in her care. Danielle is Fear Free Certified and also has her Nutrition Certification through Hill’s Science Diet. “The journey of life is sweeter when traveled with a dog.”
Kerri Power is an avid animal lover. She especially adores her boxer, Seamus and her puggle, Stella. She moved to Cape Cod in 2018 after retiring from the MA Dept of Corrections where she spent some time working with the NEADS World Class Service Dogs program which provides service dogs for people in need. Read more about them here. Kerri considers herself a professional mushy face squisher, wiggle butt scratcher and tennis ball thrower. “I can’t wait to spend time playing with your fur baby!” Kerri is also (Human) CPR Certified.
Lisa Landgren moved to Cape Cod from Central MA after 30+ years in the insurance industry. Growing up in the Berkshires, she loved all kinds of pets and, of course, adopted one of her own as soon as she was able. Shortly after she lost her Beagle Boomer in 2016 at the ripe old age of 15, she adopted a mixed breed boxer/hound from Paw Paws pet rescue in Florida, whom they affectionately call Gator. Gator joined their kitty Sheba who is a rescue from Neady Cats in Sterling, MA. Lisa volunteers her time at the MSPCA in Centerville, caring for the cats one morning a week. She is also trained in “safe walk” through the MSPCA and attended the Quiet Doggy Daycare 2 day workshop in March of 2020.
We understand the anxiety pet parents feel when they turn their precious four legged family members over to strangers and trust that they are in good hands. We take that responsibility VERY seriously and treat your pets as if they were our own. We want you to be able to put all your worries aside while your pet is with us and if we can do anything extra to make that happen, just name it.