Zach and his wife Rhonda lead a large and diverse pack that includes their young son Till, two dogs Luna and Baxter, and about a dozen chickens. As the owner of high-energy terriers, Zach is reminded everyday of the importance of providing dogs with regular exercise. Luna and Baxter are well known in their neighborhood for all the time they spend outside running on trails, pulling Zach on rollerblades, and practicing for agility competitions in the front yard.
Zach’s background as a competitive runner prepares him well to thoroughly wear out your dogs on excursions. While even the littlest dogs run circles around him, Zach’s adventures promise a brisk pace and plenty of play that leaves everyone panting in the van on the way home.
Coty grew up in Lake Tahoe where she was surrounded by a variety of animals ever since she was a young girl. Thanks to this exposure she knew as a child that animals would always be an important part of her life. Her love of animals developed into a passion for animal healthcare, which she pursued after college by attaining her associates degree in Veterinary Technology. Coty has worked in veterinary medicine for seven years, starting at the S.P.C.A., she now works as a Veterinary Nurse here in Reno at Mountain View Animal Hospital. During her spare time Coty indulges in a number of hobbies with the two loves of her life, her dogs, Monet and Buddah. Having been a college athlete Coty finds joy in outdoor activities such as hikes, walks and trail runs. One goal in particular she makes every summer is to climb no less than five peaks in the surrounding areas. With her knowledge of animal science Coty understands the importance of activity and stimulation for our four legged loves. She is extremely excited to be able to share her passion for outdoor activities (running in particular) with local pups, and provide them some beneficial exercise in the process.