Michelle Farrar was born and raised in Sarnia. She loved this area so much, she bought the house across the street from where she grew up! Michelle has always had some sort of pet companion, cats or dogs, and briefly fish, until the cat found them.
Growing up, she and her family helped train guide dogs for the blind. They helped socialize and expose the puppies so that they would be ready to guide and protect their human companion. Later, they would get their own full time family dog, named Pzam. Pzam lived a long life and after her family dog passed, and once Michelle was in college, she trained guide dog puppy for the blind on her own. This puppy was a sweet labrador named Wave. Michelle found it was incredibly rewarding and a great experience, but harder than she remembered to give the puppy back, and so she only did it once.
Michelle lives with her husband and their two children, and currently have two 12 year old golden retrievers, Hudson and Keeva, to make for a very full, and loving, home. Michelle is currently finishing her bachelors degree in business and looks forward to breaks from her school work to visit with your four legged family members. As someone that loves being outside and enjoys the company of animals, Michelle loves meeting your dogs, getting to know each of them and their personalities and spending time with them outside. Michelle believes in patience, kindness and consistency both in dog walking/training and in life.