Meet the Fetch Pet Care Treasure Valley Team

Meet Our Team

Browse the pictures and profiles of our professional, reliable, and loving pet sitting and dog walking team!


I have worked with animals since I was a teenager and have worked for Fetch since 2012. I have experience with all types of pets including large dogs, cats, chickens, small animals and reptiles. I have 3 dogs, a border collie, shepherd mix and a rescue pitbull. I also have two sweet kitties and a flock of 5 chickens. I volunteer with Boise Bully Breed rescue.


I have lived in the Treasure Valley since 1976, first in Boise for many years and now in rural Nampa. I’ve always had one or more cats in my life but also have experience with dogs, fish, and even sheep that I considered pets. I cannot imagine my life without animals. I strongly believe that pets are part of our family and should be treated with the utmost respect and lavished with love. Petsitting enables me to provide loving care and attention to an extended family of animals.


Hello! My name is Drae (they/them). I grew up around animal companions from the first day I can remember, and now I care for two cats/nonhuman kids of my own. After caring for many dogs and a rat as a child, I made it my personal mission to respect and support all human and nonhuman animals each day. During my college career at University of Idaho, I founded an animal rights organization and worked at a sanctuary/wildlife rehabilitation center where I got to know, love, and care for many species including everyone from bats to donkeys, and cows to fish. I have led educational presentations and events to encourage respect, compassion, and empathy for all animals. I look forward to bringing that same passion when I meet you and your family!


Hello! I’ve been an animal lover all my life. As a tiny child I grew up with rescued cats, macaws, parrots and a crow at home. I’ve always had cats and dogs, and have had and loved hamsters, guinea pigs, and kept a large aquarium for about 20 years. My pets are my family, and I would do anything for them! I fully understand how very important our little bundles of love are, and will absolutely care for yours like my own!


Hello, my name is Erin and I am excited to provide the best care to your animals. My pet experience comes from raising dogs, and caring for family and neighbor cats, dogs, and chickens. Taking care of animals is one of my greatest joys. I look forward to serving you and yours.


I currently work at a local pet insurance company and I have previous experience as a veterinary technician. I have always loved working with animals. In my spare time I like going to concerts and travelling. I currently have 2 cats and a snake.


I don't do just do this for the job, I do it because of my love for animals. I've been with Fetch for a number of years so I have great knowledge on all sorts of animals.


Hello, my name is Marisa Pemsler. I have experience with dogs and cats mainly but easily adapt to new animals needs. I have been an active volunteer with Meridian Canine Rescue for almost three years. This have given me experience with many different behaviors and personalities of dogs. That being said I love all sizes and breeds. Animals hold a special place in my heart and will treat yours like it is my own. I look forward to meeting you and your furry friend.


Hello! I grew up surrounded by animals and have yet to meet a creature that I don't love. I have owned dogs and cats all my life in addition to a few rats, a rabbit and a hamster. Although I don't have direct experience with reptiles, I find them adorable. I have four years of experience working with young children and plan to treat your pets with the respect and love I showed my young students.


I have been with Fetch! for nearly 4 years now after a long career in healthcare. This is the best retirement job! I take care of my 15 year old chocolate lab, Sadie and my blind senior cat, Ferdinand in SE Boise. I look forward to meeting you and your furry family members, giving them the same love and care as my own pets.

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