All Breed Care

Located in Raleigh, North Raleigh, Wake Forest and Youngsville and serving Wake and Franklin counties

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Our sitters are all employees, not contractors. This means that they have been thoroughly trained, vetted and must follow the guidelines we've developed over the last 15 years. Our employees are all covered by our Worker's Compensation policy.  Companies that use independent contractors have no control over how much training their sitters receive or how they do their job. They do not carry Worker's Compensation. Most other pet sitting/dog walking services (including Wag and Rover) use contractors. 

You will always have the opportunity to meet your sitter before he/she enters your home, and can rest assured knowing that they have passed background checks and received pet first aid/CPR training. We are very proud of our exceptional staff!


Kare - Office Manager

Since 2013

After many years of being a sitter extraordinaire for All Breed Care, we are so pleased that Kare is now our office manager!

Kare moved to North Carolina after a 30 year long trek from California, where she grew up, with stops in Texas, North Carolina, and West Virginia. Always working for a non-profit Arts & Farm Coop, she took in an array of stray animals. Along with her local vets we performed animal rehabilitation and taught animal husbandry.

Kare has had the great pleasure of knowing dogs, cats, horses, goats, chickens, peacocks, sheep, birds & pigs and love all of them. Taking care of animals keeps her sane and she loves that she can have a job that doesn’t seem like work, and people can feel secure knowing their animals are well taken care of while they’re away. Kare has a 4 year old Bloodhound named Ivy.

Caroline H.

Since 2009

Caroline cannot imagine her life without animals.  As a child, she was always trying to rescue some poor injured bird or rabbit. She grew up with dogs of all shapes and sizes and today, has a Golden Retriever named Cane. She also has a cat named Blue who she rescued from Hurricane Floyd. Caroline found Blue while she was serving as a volunteer at a makeshift shelter for displaced animals.

Caroline has a son named Cheyenne who attends Appalachian State and shares his mother’s passion for animals. She has a Zoology degree from NC State and worked as a veterinary technician for eight years.  Caroline now works for the American Kennel Club and has been there since 1997.  Currently, she is a DNA processor, performing analysis for parentage verification by reading DNA results. Her previous role at the AKC was as a recovery coordinator/companion for their animal recovery program.

Caroline feels blessed to work with animals and considers it a privilege to take care of her clients’ pets. She understands the importance of having peace of mind when one is away from home.


Since 2015

Joi grew up having dogs as part of her family. Her family specifically loved cocker spaniels but Joi loved all animals since she was a child. Once in high school and convinced she wanted to be a veterinarian, she tried to nurse a baby bunny back to health after a blue jay attack. Now, she appreciates taking care of other people’s animals and longs to be a dog owner once again but only after her teenagers have left the nest. For now, they have an 11 year-old grey tabby named Beatrix they rescued.


Since 2017

Jackie, a Raleigh native, has had pets for as long as she can recall. Her first pet, at age 5, was a turtle. From there she moved on to dogs and cats, always having several pets at a time. She happily lives on a mini-farm with her husband, dogs, cats and horses.

Jackie is a volunteer and on the board of directors with Wildlife Welfare Inc. She is a licensed wildlife rehabilitator. She rescues orphaned squirrels, flying squirrels, rabbits and opossums. She also volunteers with Paws for Life Animal Rescue. She is a temporary and/or vacation foster mom.

She is very excited about working with All Breed Care and meeting all sorts of new animal friends. She is keenly aware how important it is to know, while you are away, that your fur-children are being cared for and loved.


Since 2017

Shannon is from Fredericksburg, VA.  She came to the Raleigh area in search of a better quality of life for herself and family.  She has a daughter and two fur kids, a cat named Lyla and the newest addition, her dog Guff. Guff was rescued from the Franklin County Shelter and quickly found his way into her heart.  When Shannon is not busy being a wife, mother and Realtor she loves to spend time with animals.  She looks forward to caring for your pets when you are away, so you have peace of mind knowing they are in good hands.  She is also excited about raising money for the Franklin County Animal Rescue when she walks your dogs with the use of the ResQwalk App.


Since 2017

Jayne has been caring for animals since elementary school when she would walk, bathe, and babysit the neighborhood pets, and has continued to do so throughout college and into her adult life. She now competitively trains and shows horses and continues to care for other families’ pets with All Breed Care in her spare time. Jayne has two silly Australian Cattle Dog siblings, one male and one deaf female, as well as some pet hens, and of course many horses.

Hanna B.

Since 2017

Hanna is an animal lover and avid equestrian.  She manages her own horse boarding facility and currently has an Australian Shepherd who she’s training and a horse named Mystery who she’s had since she was little.  Hanna and Mystery are often found at area hunter/jumper shows.


Since 2017

Heather is a horse owner and all round animal lover.   She’s currently studying to be an Accountant, and loves to relax at the barn, or visiting with her furry clients!


Since 2018

Terry has been married for 29 years and has two daughters, ages 23 and 16.  She is also the mother of 3 fur babies. Two dogs named Panda and Ryder, and a cat named Misty. She has been involved with Paws for Life Animal Rescue for 4 years.  She is currently fostering two cats, Dr. Pepper and Crispies and has been the stepping stone for 21 dogs and 23 cats, helping them fine forever homes.  She grew up with both dogs and cats.

Christine C.

Since 2018

Christine has loved animals since she was a little girl and after nursing an injured mouse she found in a field she decided she wanted to care for injured animals. She worked as a veterinary nurse for many years starting in a general practice then moving into the exotic animal department taking care of many different species of animals. She decided to work in emergency medicine so she accepted a job in Florida working as an overnight nurse in an emergency animal hospital and triaged, treated and cared for trauma patients.

After taking some time off to care for her son, she is back to her love of taking care of animals.

Kristen C.

Since 2018

Kristen grew up in a small city, Salisbury, NC and graduated with a bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She loves learning, so being the knowledge seeker she is, went back to school and obtained a Masters in Human Services Counseling. Knowing how special her pets make her feel, Kristen has always wanted to link animals with human behavior. This led her to want to one day peruse a career in animal assisted therapy. After all, the best therapist have fur and four legs. 

Kristen thinks having an animal in your life makes you a better person. The animal community has been a part of her life for many years from volunteering at several animal rescue agencies to working at doggie daycares, grooming salons and animal shelters. She has even rescued a few wildlife fur babies, including a flying squirrel. Currently, the two pups that have stolen her heart are Khaos, a chocolate Chihuahua and Kole, a Corgi/Chihuahua mix. They have brought SO much joy to her life and she wouldn’t trade them for the world. Kristen also has a pet turtle named Petie, who is just important to her and a part of the family as her pups are. She’s very excited to work with All Breed Care and loving on all kinds of new fur babies. Puppy snuggles and kitty cuddles are her favorite! 


Since 2019

Denise is a mother of 3 busy girls and has been married for 19 years.  She has loved animals since she was a little girl, and has always had animals in her life.  She had a dog growing up, as well as hamsters, and when she moved out on her own, there was always dogs and cats in her life.  She currently has a a black Lab rescue named Sophie and a cat named Popcorn.  She's always been the go-to person to help out friends and neighbors for pet sitting and house watching. She's excited to take on this venture and offers her love and knowledge to clients' furbabies as well.  

Christa P.

Since 2019

Christa is a NC native and has always had a deep love for animals. She grew up on a farm near the coast with her two dogs, Spud and Sugar, and two American Shetland Ponies, Chocolate and Icing. She spent her summers as a little girl competing in horse shows. When all her friends were reading novels Christa spent her time studying The Dog Breed Encyclopedia and dreaming about all the dogs she would care for when she grew up.  Her childhood aspirations were to be a Veterinarian or a Jockey.  Now, she spends her days working in the life sciences industry. Christa has three grown children and a German Shepherd puppy named Jet who loves accompanying his mom on hikes and visiting dog friendly venues around town.  Christa is very happy to be part of the All Breed Care family and looks forward to meeting and caring for your fur-babies while you are away.


Since 2019

Adrian is a dedicated pet care professional who is committed to providing his clients with full peace of mind. Having been a pet care professional for many years Adrian prides himself on taking the best care of both human and animal clients. His goal is to make days easier making sure their pet is properly exercised, fed, loved and overall cared for while keeping you informed with pictures and notes about your pet.


Since 2019

Jina is orginally from Olney, Maryland and moved to Raleigh seven years ago for a teaching job. She has a cat and a dog. In her free time she loves spending time with animals, reading, live music, and hiking. She has volunteered for various animal rescue organizations including the Wake County SPCA. She is excited to work for All Breed Care and is looking forward to meeting you and your pets.

Hannah P.

Since 2019

Hannah is currently a student at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, NC. Hannah has lived in the area for about 9 years and has a dog and a cat. She's always been around animals and enjoys taking care of them and showing them plenty of love! She has always loved dog sitting and walking dogs and is excited to be a a part of the All Breed Care team!

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