Meet the Dog Walker
I’m Jessica Dolce, just a stubborn, high drive, well-meaning mutt.
I grew up in New Jersey, spent more than decade in Philadelphia, and now I’m living in Maine with two dogs, three cats, and a gentle giant of a husband. Besides dogs, here’s what makes me squeal: drive-in movies, old post offices, vegetables, and libraries big or small.
I’m an animal welfare advocate, humane educator, writer and speaker. I’ve worked (and volunteered) in animal shelters, a holistic pet store, and with dog trainers. In 2013 I became a Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator via the Green Cross.
Through it all, I’ve always been a dog walker.
I’ve been professionally dog wrangling for almost 15 years and I’ve seen just about everything. I thought it was time to share what I’ve learned with all of you!
I’m also the gal that created DINOS™: Dogs in Need of Space. You can learn more about DINOS and respectful, responsible dog ownership on the new website here.
p.s. If you’re looking for Compassion Fatigue resources, check out my new website.
I’m pro-laughter. And I think you guys are awesome.
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