Having grown up around dogs his entire life, Dan is an avid dog lover and practiced in pet care. One of his greatest joys is seeing dogs happy, healthy, and adopted into loving homes. He aspires to provide Portland with safe, fun, and affordable services for their dogs and cats. He also owns Townhouse Pet Care just 5 blocks West of No Bonz About It and hopes to expand locations in the coming years. Dan is seen working hands-on in both locations, make sure to say hi!
Mike Noblin moved to Portland and started working with our sister store Townhouse Pet Care since early 2016. He’s very passionate about dogs and working with a variety of other pets. He has a broad background in dog health, training, management, and dog first aid. He enjoys spending time with his own furry babies and taking them camping, fishing, hiking and bike riding.
Chey grew up with 3 dogs, 3 cats, and spent her younger years working with farm animals in Southern Oregon. She has had many loving pets including a cat named Prince Phillip, a dog named Ender, and a horse named Manasseh. Long years of training horses and growing up with dogs and cats has steered her towards a career working with animals. The love they give back is the most wonderfully fulfilling use of her time and she can’t imagine a day without it!
Wolfe is a dog loving Portland native who has been requesting dog encyclopedias for holidays from an early age. He enjoys music, the outdoors, and playing with his Chihuahua mix, Beez. Wolfe is also hoping to get a degree in Animal Behavior in the next few years!
Joshua is a Portland native and a long-time dog enthusiast. With three dogs of his own at home, he‘d be the first to tell you that a dog is more than a pet; it’s a four-legged member of the family! It‘s his goal to give all our dogs the attention they deserve and the care that they need. He’s the happiest when working with or around dogs and hopes to always have a career that allows him to do so.
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Opal is a Portland local, and an avid animal lover who’s passion for animals developed at age two when she got her first kitten, Arlo. Since then she’s had just about every kind of animal, from dogs to chickens to sugar gliders! She started working with animals at a young age volunteering through the Oregon Humane Society’s youth volunteer program and has been working with animals ever since. Opal hopes to one day own a farm sanctuary or work for a non profit animal rescue.
Jules has been an animal lover her entire life, but her passion for working with animals really began to take shape in early 2016 as a Volunteer kennel tech with the Oregon Human Society. While there, she had the opportunity to enroll in a multitude of classes, including animal behavior and canine body language, foster care, and even dog massage. Jules has been working alongside dogs ever since, and she hopes to one day make animal care her career at a local non-profit animal rescue center.