Crowned Pet Sitter of the Year for 2013, Sari Reis is the Owner and operator of Mission Valley Pet Sitting Services. For the better part of her life she has lived with pets including dogs, cats, birds, fish, rabbits, guinea pigs, and white mice. She currently is the mother of two kitties, Mikey and Chaim.
Sari is Pet First Aid Certified and is Accredited with Pet Sitters International. She is a Certified Humane Education Specialist and has been a volunteer with the San Diego Humane Society for over eight years. She is currently writing a monthly column on subjects related to responsible pet parenting for the Mission Times Courier, The Mission Valley News and the LA Mesa Courier.
Jenna Brinson Jimeno
Jenna has worked for Mission Valley Pet Sitting for almost a year now! Originally from Mississippi, she was raised with animals her entire life. She truly believes animals bring people joy and are our angels on earth. When Jenna was a flight attendant for 5 years, she would make sure to visit local animal rescue centers in the different cities she would fly to, and ask if she could volunteer. She believes in doing what makes you happy in life and being able to care for animals day in and day out makes her feel like she has hit the jackpot! Lucy, her little Frenchie, is the light of her life.
Amy Marrah has enjoyed working for MVPSS since August 2013. She has extensive volunteer experience with animal welfare organizations such as San Diego Humane Society, Feral Cat Coalition, and Rescue House. As a past employee with Health and Human Services, Amy has developed incredible compassion and a gentle nature. Her expertise and skill with shy cats is legendary. She shares her home with 3 felines.
Amy Shaw has worked as a dog walker, pet sitter and cat care giver with Mission Valley Pet Sitting Services for close to 6 years. In June of 2009, after spending a number of years in the corporate world, she turned her passion for animals into volunteering at the San Diego Humane Society on Gaines St. Besides walking dogs there, she also assists with the Training and Behavior department at the Sherman St. facility. Amy is our "go to" person when client's pets have behavior issues and need a loving guided hand. Amy also has 3 kitties that call her "mom".