Denise began working for Tails on Trails on Day One. She knew Michelle when the business was still a dream. She told Michelle that she should be her first employee and when Michelle began her business, Denise found the first client. Several years and 800 plus clients later, Denise is still working for Tails on Trails, a company she has always believed would succeed.

When Denise is not busy scheduling clients and walkers, she is at home with her three dogs and two ducks. The dogs include Mia, a six year old Beagle Terrier Mix; Moxie, a five year old Hound/Collie Mix; Moon Pie, a oneyr old Blue Heeler/Doxie Mix. The ducks are both eight years old and are named Bandit and Rascal.

Denise’s most rewarding experience working for Tails on Trails is the feeling she gets when a fearful dog finally trusts and loves you. But she also really loves working hard to make the office run efficiently and getting to know pets, clients, and other Tails on Trails employees!




Lisa began working for Tails on Trails because she thought the flexible hours would be great for her needs. With one cat at home named Sadie, a company that focused on pets seemed like a great match.

Lisa works as the Human Resources Representative for Tails on Trails. Her time is spent in the office working directly with Michelle and the TOT’s staff. She’s found Tails on Trails to be a fun work environment with awesome co-workers.

In her free time, Lisa is busy spending time with her husband and children and enjoys traveling. Lisa someday plans to move back to Pennsylvania to be closer to her family.



Lindsey lives with two big dogs, a Great Dane named Zinn and a Great Dane Mix named Stella. She began working for Tails on Trails because she wasPhoto May 05, 4 47 08 PMexcited about the thought of a second job that utilized one of her biggest assets, her love of animals.

She has volunteered in many museums, with Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue, and with Fidos for Freedom. When she’s not doing PR for Tails on Trails or walking her own dogs, she’s running a small community museum.

Lindsey really enjoys getting to meet so many different dogs, and has especially enjoyed watching some dogs grow, who began as puppies. The most rewarding part of the job for Lindsey is seeing a frightened dog transition into a trusting, comfortable dog during one of her visits.