We understand that it’s our people who make us special to you and your pets. All of our staff are trained in pet first aid and CPR, background checked and… carefully screened for fur tolerance!
Kim started Good Mojo Pet Care in 2012 after seeing first-hand the transformative power of exercise and stimulation on her own dog Mojo. She quickly learned that while many people buy whole-heartedly into the philosophy that “a tired dog is a good dog,” things like busy work schedules and “human family” time often cut into the time that people can spend getting their dogs out for exercise.
“My favorite part of the job is when a client calls me and says, ‘My dog is ruining the carpet and eating the sofa, I’m at my wit‘s end,’ because 90% of the time, we can help that client through regular exercise and some basic training. We’ve saved many a family from the heartbreak of having to re-home their beloved pet.”
In addition to dogs, Kim has loved having cats, snakes, birds, lizards, fish and even possums as pets. She currently lives with her dog Mojo and her cat Jinx in Nashville.
A life-long cat lover who jokes about being just a whisker away from being a “crazy cat lady,” Trish believes that every life should have nine cats. But as a frequent business traveler, she had a dilemma.
Though friends and neighbors tried to help out with her cats while she was out of town, Trish would often return to find "accidents" on the carpet, and could never be really be sure if they had been given their medications.
When she adopted a new dog, she realized she needed a professional to care for him when she traveled – and was surprised to notice a huge difference in her cats’ behavior as a result! The "accidents" stopped, and her cats were more relaxed when she got home too.
“I could tell someone took the time to get to know them and play with them so they didn’t miss me so much, and were less stressed," she now says.
Recognizing the need for this type of top-notch care here in Nashville, she co-founded Good Mojo Pet Care with Kim in 2015. She lives with her blind dog Oliver and her two cats, Molly and Leo. She also provides assistance to a multitude of feral cats in West Nashville.