Meet the people who make up the extraordinary team of Endless Pawsibilities, LLC.
Tori’s childhood love of animals became even more apparent when in high school she adopted her first Great Dane and became interested in dog obedience and animal rescue. In 2004, she became the Co-Adoption Application Coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League where she intimately worked with other volunteers on the team as well as interested adopters. She participated in many Dane transportations, conducted temperament evaluations, and participated in Meet & Greets to educate the public on basic dog care and the specifics of the breed.
Around the same time, she started pet sitting for co-workers and volunteers of the rescue and realized she looked forward to going to each house and spending time with other’s pets. Getting to know their individual personalities and developing a bond with each of them was an amazing opportunity.
When she began working at an animal hospital, she was given a greater opportunity to build relationships with clients’ pets and began pet sitting special needs animals. The more she helped people keep their pets at home and on their own schedules, easing their owner’s concerns, the more she knew she wanted pet sitting to be much more than a hobby.
Creating Endless Pawsibilities, LLC 2007 was an incredible testimony to her love and dedication to pets. “Every day we strive to care for each pet as if they were our own and provide their owners with exceptional professionalism and customer service,” Tori says.
In her down time, Tori enjoys her life with her 10-year-old mixed breed, Biscotti, and 5 cats. She is enjoys taking Biscotti for walks at Jake’s Branch and other local parks. Tori also loves going to concerts and spending time outdoors.
Office Manager/Pet Sitter
I have been an animal lover all my life. As a child, there were always puppies, kittens, gerbils, hamsters, rabbits around our house. I even rescued a chipmunk from my cats mouth! As an adult, I have made great effort to help rescue the numerous stray cats living in the woods behind my house. I managed to find homes for dozens of kittens and I even adopted a few.
I currently have 4 Furkids-2 dogs, Gigi and Dexter and 2 cats-Baby Girl and Malgro (which means “miracle”). I found Millie when she was 6 weeks old stuck between the slats of my fence. Against everyone’s suggestions of putting her to sleep because of an assumed broken back, I took her to my vet and was happy to find out nothing was broken!! After an injection of anti-inflammatory medication and weeks of my own physical therapy exercises, Millie began using her hind legs!! (Now you can see how she got her name!)
It’s great to work with Tori and Megan as I love their philosophy and work ethic. I am so enjoying being a part of the Endless Pawsibilities team – I’ve made many new furry friends and love spending time with them!
–Karen is available for daily visits, vacations, and overnights.–
Growing up, Meghan was always an animal lover and there was never a time when her home was pet free. She had dogs, cats, fish, hermit crabs, hamsters, Guinea pigs, frogs, and turtles. She enjoyed watching out for them and doing everything she could to make sure they were happy. As a child, she would rescue bunnies that ended up in her yard with nowhere else to go. She even protected little frogs that lived by her grandmother’s house because they were so tiny that people couldn’t see them and would accidentally step on them.
Meghan believes that all animals deserve to be safe and did all she could to make that a reality. As she grew older, this love and belief only grew stronger. She began pet sitting for my neighbors when they would go out of town or were working late and that blossomed into her interest in making pet care her career.
She currently has two dogs, Toby and Riley, who couldn’t be better friends! Riley was a stray that she adopted after her last owner abandoned her in the streets of Newark. Riley was timid and scared at first but with a little TLC, she began the most loving and caring dog! That outcome is what Meghan hopes to bring to many other animals. “Working for Endless Paws is an amazing way for me to work towards that goal. I cannot imagine a day where I will get tired of taking care of animals! I make new furry friends every day and I couldn’t enjoy it more!” she says.