Hi there! Please allow me to be among the first to say thank you for taking the time to visit our site and to get acquainted with Happy Paws Pet Care.
My name is Kai Hsieh and I’m the proud owner and founder of Happy Paws Pet Care.
As a dog trainer, I studied under Cesar Millan, also known as "The Dog Whisperer" and trained with one of the nation's most sought out trainers, Heather Beck. A proud member of the International Associaton of Canine Professionals, I am also certified on Remote Electronic Training Collar (E-Collar) through Martin Deeley's International School for Dogs. In addition, I also have a Bachelor’s Degree in International Business from Northwood University, and a Masters of Business Administration from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
I reside in Boston with my four legged family members Bogey and Walle. Now that you have met my four legged family members, I hope to meet yours real soon.
Hello! I'm Alison but everyone calls me Ali. I have grown up having animals of all types and sizes in my life for as long as I can remember. From cats, dogs and horses, caring for animals on a daily basis has always been my passion.
I happily share my life with two greyhounds, Jordan 5, and Brazzi 3, two senior cats, Chara 13, Lionel 20, and MacAdoo, a 1 year old pitbull. In addition, we have 18 fresh water tropical fish.
Hi, my name is Clayton Leonard and I am a proud resident of South Boston. I am very excited to be a member of the Happy Paws Family. I grew up on a organic farm in western Massachusetts. Animals from goats to dogs, and cats and chickens have been an important part of my life since I can remember.
My father taught me at a young age to love and respect animals especially our labadorretrivers Buddy and Low-key. I look forward to meeting your four legged family member(s).
Hi! My name is Bria but you can call me Bri. I am an animal fanatic and I am so excited to be part of the Happy Paws Family. I work for the city of Boston as a full time employee so being able to spend my off time with some amazing pups is a blessing in itself. I'm looking forward to meeting and spending time with your fur children and creating irreplaceable bonds!
Hello! My name is Caitlyn, for most of my life I've been involved with all types of animals. I am comfortable with all breeds and I love big dogs, like my handsome pit bull Beezie. I plan on attending school this fall to follow my dreams of becoming a veterinary technician and taking care of animals in need. I am really excited to have the opportunity to meet and bond with your furry family members!
Hi! My name is Jackie. I’m originally from a small farm town in Connecticut where I grew up with my parents and four older brothers. My family is completed with two sweet Golden Retrievers, Kozmo and Kylo. Growing up with animals instilled a passion for them in me at a young age.
I currently live in Boston while in pursuit of my degree in Social Psychology at UMass Boston. Even though I’m only a state away, I miss being able to see my four legged friends every day. I am so excited for the opportunity to build a companionship with your fur-babies and to see what adventures await!
Matthew DiBiccari is a life long dog owner with personal experience handling dogs are all sizes and breeds. He has recently decided to transition from a career in Culinary Arts to pursue a new path in pet care. In addition Matthew has began producing a line of raw dog food as well as a variety of dog treats. Currently assisting Matthew in his new path is his trusted companion Bruce; a 5 year old Labrador retriever mix. Bruce is super friendly, well socialized and high energy. Together Matt and Bruce are looking forward to helping care for your canine family members.
Hi! My name is Kelsey. I grew up exploring the great outdoors in Maine with two big furry dogs who loved to run and play. Having worked at a law firm, I quickly discovered that working outdoors and being active made me much happier. I now live in the North End of Boston and miss having dogs of my own, so I am very excited to meet your furry friends and get them outside to walk and socialize!