- Meet the AJ's Country Boarding and Daycare Team
Now, four years later, the dream is going strong with the help of a fabulous women- led hard-working team.
Jenny Fequet, Kennel Attendant
My name is Jenny Fequet. I work here at AJ's County Boarding and Daycare. There's nothing better than driving into work and seeing all the happy faces and wagging tails waiting for you to give them a butt scratch, belly rub, or to throw a ball.
I've always had a profound love of animals from a very young age. I grew up with not just dogs and cats as family pets. We had 2 pigs named Fonzy and Pinky, a pigeon named Sam, and a hamster named Thunder. With 3 children of my own I wanted them to experience the joy and unconditional love from animals like I did. So, since we live on farm land we decided to get some chickens, roosters, and ducks. We also have our 2 beautiful parrotfish, our majestic black rabbit Bailey and our handsome furboys Hunter (beagle) and Odie (pitbull). Whether it's camping, car rides or working in the garden Hunter and Odie are right there with us. Like many pet owners we don't see them as "just pets", we see them as our family. OOXX 💞
Hannah Walsh, Kennel Attendant
Pictured at my side is my Shih Tzu puppy, Ollie.
I am a veterinary medicine student who has wanted to become a veterinarian since as long as I can remember!
I love animals, reading and snuggling with my puppy :)
My name is Autumn Maclean. I have been working at AJ's since March of 2023. I have a Shih Tzu mixed dog named Hank . I have always been passionate about animals especially dogs. My career goal is to be a Dog Groomer. In my free time I do dog walking in the greater CBRM area. I have also been able to enjoy western riding for many years.
Cassie Burke, Kennel Attendant
My name is Cassie Burke. I have always been passionate about dogs for as long as I can remember, I own two Labrador Retrievers Nova and Oakley who are my absolute world. I also have 3 other dogs Remi (German Shepherd) Jersey (Shih Tzu) and Bella (Golden Retriever) My career goal is to become a dog trainer and help the dogs most people have or would give up on I believe every dog deserves the chance rather than be targeted as unmanageable or aggressive. One of the many things I love about AJs is that they give everyone a chance and they let dogs be dogs!