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Andy and his gang of friends

Andy and his gang of friends

Andy Ulrich (owner) is a lifelong resident of Baltimore. He spent most of his days playing with engines of all sizes and vehicles of all types, which is why, to no surprise, all of his pets names are car themed! Andy went to school for automotive technology and performance at Universal Technical Institute. Not wanting to be lonely, he got a nice black kitty and named it Torque. Fast forward a couple years and along comes the rescued Doberman puppy, Porsche. Rescue kitty number two was named Lotus and rescue kitty number three, Lancia. Andy loves animals about as much as he loves cars!

 

Thor and Chickpea

Thor and Chickpea

Born and raised in New Jersey, Thor Antonsson earned his BA at Wagner College NYC in 1989. He was a US Merchant Marine and a microbrewer before becoming a certified massage therapist and now, a dog walker. Thor bought a home in Canton in 1996 and still lives there with his daughter and his rescued pup, Chickpea.

 

Shaun, Kaya and Kingston

Shaun, Kaya and Kingston

Shaun Collins is a true Baltimorian. After growing up in the county, he moved down to Federal Hill 5 years ago. He and his girlfriend Alyssa recently bought a house in South Baltimore. They moved in with their Pit/Terrier/Hound mix Kaya and quickly adopted a black kitten named Izzy. With a love for animals, he is currently part of BARCS foster family. They quickly fostered and adopted Kingston, a Mastiff/Boxer/Pit Mix and foster pits in need whenever they can. Shaun loves the O’s and is an avid soccer player and fan—nothing beats a sunny day with the pups and a cold Natty Boh.

Rob Parker, Baltimore Dog Walker

Rob loves spending time with his gorgeous pets

Rob Parker is the proud dad of a sweet pit bull Mork and two mischievous cats, Tiger and Nero. He joined Dog Day Afternoon after five years with a conservation/animal centered non-profit organization, when he decided that pets were his passion. Rob enjoys talking in “animal voices” (aka baby talk) when no one else is around, and taking phone photos of funny catnap poses. He will allow your pooch to sniff, or wear him or her out, depending on your dog’s walking style, and will love your pets as if they are his own (and that’s a lot).