Hello, I’m Brenda Janner, original owner of Beg ‘n Bark Pet Sitting. I live in Princeton, NJ. This is my dear friend of 15 years, Bailey, a yorkie. I found Bailey abandoned by the side of the road, his hair was matted and he was only skin and bones. I took him in and started working with him, he was withdrawn and very distrustful of humans. Over time, Bailey has grown to be a strong and healthy friend. Bailey inspired me to help others with their pets’ care. I have been caring for healthy animals and animals with special needs for about 10 years. I am certified in pet CPR and first aid and support the Princeton SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals.
I consider it a blessing to help others with their pets, to be able to care for pets as a part of my family, when their owners are away or just too busy. We can all learn a lot from our pets. They give us unconditional love. I particularly enjoy getting to know new clients and welcoming them into my family. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your pet care needs. Previsits and consults $21 per session. With Best, Brenda Janner
Born grew up and worked in NYC for 33 years. I currently reside in Princeton. I love dogs, cats, birds and fish. Our family routinely brought in strays and we loved them all! I am experienced with all types of dogs, both old and young. It is my pleasure to meet with all clients and care for their pets of all kinds like they are my own.
ARNOLD Hello, my name is Arnold, I graduated from Princeton University 30 years ago and I still live in the area. I am now retired and have always loved taking care of pets. I have owned dogs, cats, birds, fish, even a horse. I have been caring for peoples animals for over 20 years. I look forward to providing great animal care to your furry one!
Hi! My name is Amanda and I’ve lived in Princeton since 2014. I’m currently studying Animal Behavior at Franklin and Marshall College. At home, I have two Chihuahua mixes, a cat, hermit crabs, and fish. While I was in high school, I spent over 500 hours volunteering at Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, which was incredible. I love animals, and I want to spend my life working with and helping them. I’m looking forward to meeting you and your pets!
Julie clement is an avid animal lover and an aspiring wildlife biologist. She is a volunteer at woodlands wildlife caring for injured and orphaned squirrels, opossums, raccoons and other small mammals and reptiles. In addition to dogs and cats she has a wide range of experience in caring for exotics such as reptiles, birds and aquatics of all kinds, and currently attending school for a vet tech certification.
My name is Justin, I have been living in Montgomery since 2008. I am currently a student at Towson University majoring in Computer Science with a focus in Cyber Security. A few other things about me are that I am a swimmer, an Eagle Scout, and a lifeguard. I have grown up around pets my entire life, so being able to take care of all your pets is a dream come true.
Throughout my life I have had 5 dogs and 2 rabbits. Currently, I have two dogs and one rabbit. One is a Goldendoodle and the other is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, along with a Black Tort Holland Lop rabbit that my family adopted from the SAVE Animal Shelter.