Bethany is a 2011 college graduate with a degree in Equine Business Management. During her breaks from college, she worked at a local kennel. She gained valuable experience in dealing with a variety of personalities, both dog and cat, during her time there. She also has experience working with a variety of farm animals, and worked at a local canine and equine rehabilitation farm throughout her high school years. She regularly visits her family dog (Ripley) and cats (Ella and Mr. Bell) at her mom’s house, and she has a former street cat, Ninja, and adopted cat from Our Companions, Angel, to keep her busy at home.
Our Team Leaders
Windsor, Bloomfield, Simsbury & East Granby
South Windsor, Manchester, Glastonbury
“They call me ‘The Machine’.”
Jenn was recruited to the HSH Team at the beginning of 2010. She has been a stalwart in her progression through the ranks to becoming HSH’s most tenured and experienced employee. What began as a few dog walks on Tuesdays and Fridays has led to her position as Regional Manager for HSH East and Lead Staff Trainer for the company. When Jenn is not at work she keeps herself busy by keeping son Colby and dog Izzy from sharing each other’s food.
Aileen - (Team Leader)
“Ja ja ja!”
Aileen L-to-the-O joined HSH early in 2015 after a 2 year tenure with the CT Humane Society in Newington. Not only did Aileen bring with her compassion for all living things, but a swell of professional certifications and expertise. In just under 1 year Aileen confirmed what the management team had hypothesized during her recruitment – that she would quickly master the demands and idiosyncrasies of the job and with her experience in various fields, assert herself as a prime candidate to join the management team.
HSH West & HSH Social Media Director
Amy started for HSH in March 2017. She has “a hubs”, three children, two rescue kitties and two rescue doggies. When she’s not working at her own company, she can be found on the sidelines of Little League games, or watching track meets, or arguing with her daughter that she can’t go to school covered in marker drawings nor with hair that can only be described as an ideal home for wayward birds. She also spends her free time volunteering for Dog Star Rescue doing everything from transporting to fostering, and currently spends a great deal of time handling their FB/social media needs as a member of their advertising/marketing team. When she comes up for air and there’s no cleaning to be done (ha ha ha), she enjoys reading, taking average photos in large numbers, quilting, do-it-yourself projects, making sure her Chihuahua feels like she’s the queen of the Universe, but most of all – sleeping!!! I’m really good at it – she says.