Meet the Team - Our Marin Staff

  Christine Wolter Director of Operation, Marin   Christine joined Pet Indulgence in May of 2013. Animals have always played a large role in her life and she contributes a large part of her happiness to having them. While she always owned a dog and whatever cats showed up at her house and called it home, she also spent her weekends on a farm with horses, cows, chickens, and a few biting emus. Originally from New York and Boston, Christine moved to California in 2001, and currently calls Novato home. Christine volunteers at the Marin Humane Society as vet clinic helper. She lives with a bouncy Goldendoodle named Barney who provides hours of entertainment and laughter with his antics.

Christine Wolter
Director of Operation, Marin

Christine joined Pet Indulgence in May of 2013. Animals have always played a large role in her life and she contributes a large part of her happiness to having them. While she always owned a dog and whatever cats showed up at her house and called it home, she also spent her weekends on a farm with horses, cows, chickens, and a few biting emus. Originally from New York and Boston, Christine moved to California in 2001, and currently calls Novato home. Christine volunteers at the Marin Humane Society as vet clinic helper. She lives with a bouncy Goldendoodle named Barney who provides hours of entertainment and laughter with his antics.

  Madison Sink Associate Director, Marin   Madison was born and raised in Marin County, and is a longtime caretaker of all animals, from horses to rabbits and fire-belly toads. After graduating from college in Colorado, Madison returned to California and joined the Pet Indulgence team in October 2015. She has volunteered at the Marin Humane Society, interned at the Fairfax Veterinary Clinic, and is a graduate of the Canine Behavior Academy 1 course taught by Trish King.   Madison currently lives in Larkspur with her 9 year old kitty, named Kitty, and two desert tortoises. When she's not walking dogs, you might see her running the trails in Baltimore Canyon, or paddling up Corte Madera Creek.   

Madison Sink
Associate Director, Marin

Madison was born and raised in Marin County, and is a longtime caretaker of all animals, from horses to rabbits and fire-belly toads. After graduating from college in Colorado, Madison returned to California and joined the Pet Indulgence team in October 2015. She has volunteered at the Marin Humane Society, interned at the Fairfax Veterinary Clinic, and is a graduate of the Canine Behavior Academy 1 course taught by Trish King. 

Madison currently lives in Larkspur with her 9 year old kitty, named Kitty, and two desert tortoises. When she's not walking dogs, you might see her running the trails in Baltimore Canyon, or paddling up Corte Madera Creek.

 

  Jocelyn Orellana     Jocelyn is a friendly, outgoing animal lover. Her best friend growing up was her Golden Retriever part Labrador named Mackenzie. She also had two birds she named Picalo and Lisa. She then started taking care of family pets, as well as bringing her friends pets into her home or baby sitting them in their own homes. She now has a little Shih Tzu named Dusty who makes her laugh as soon as she arrives home.   Jocelyn was born and raised in Marin County and continues to take full advantage of the amazing trails, though sadly not with her dog as he is not much of a walker. She is currently in the process of getting a nursing degree at Santa Rosa Junior College. She then hopes to transfer to Dominican University to train to become a pediatric nurse. She can’t wait to meet all the new animals she will be caring for as a Pet Indulgence pet sitter!

Jocelyn Orellana
 

Jocelyn is a friendly, outgoing animal lover. Her best friend growing up was her Golden Retriever part Labrador named Mackenzie. She also had two birds she named Picalo and Lisa. She then started taking care of family pets, as well as bringing her friends pets into her home or baby sitting them in their own homes. She now has a little Shih Tzu named Dusty who makes her laugh as soon as she arrives home. 

Jocelyn was born and raised in Marin County and continues to take full advantage of the amazing trails, though sadly not with her dog as he is not much of a walker. She is currently in the process of getting a nursing degree at Santa Rosa Junior College. She then hopes to transfer to Dominican University to train to become a pediatric nurse. She can’t wait to meet all the new animals she will be caring for as a Pet Indulgence pet sitter!


  Nancy Turner   Nancy grew up in Mill Valley and lives in Fairfax with her partner John and feline furbabies Angus and Ziggy Stardust. She's had dogs, cats, and a few other random animals as members of the family her entire life. She's also been a long time critter sitter, starting at about age 12, caring for a neighbor's cat when he was away. She can't remember much about the neighbor but the cat was a beautiful long haired gray girl named Flitter. She has cared for countless other pets over the years and has been known to borrow friends' dogs for trips to the beach or romps in the hills.  An avid nature lover, she's hiked almost all of the trails in Marin, many of them with her own dogs or the pooches of family or friends. Nancy is excited to meet you and your brood and to broaden her field of animal companions with Pet Indulgence.

Nancy Turner

Nancy grew up in Mill Valley and lives in Fairfax with her partner John and feline furbabies Angus and Ziggy Stardust. She's had dogs, cats, and a few other random animals as members of the family her entire life. She's also been a long time critter sitter, starting at about age 12, caring for a neighbor's cat when he was away. She can't remember much about the neighbor but the cat was a beautiful long haired gray girl named Flitter. She has cared for countless other pets over the years and has been known to borrow friends' dogs for trips to the beach or romps in the hills.

An avid nature lover, she's hiked almost all of the trails in Marin, many of them with her own dogs or the pooches of family or friends. Nancy is excited to meet you and your brood and to broaden her field of animal companions with Pet Indulgence.

  Jasmine Caperton   Jasmine joined the Pet Indulgence team in April, 2017. She grew up in Novato with dogs, cats, horses and reptiles and started caregiving for animals at veterinary hospitals and rescues at age 16. Her experience includes dog walking and petsitting, administering medication and working for and learning from many wonderful veterinarians, holistic care providers and behavioral specialists.  After working in accounting and music production in San Francisco and Los Angeles for the last 7 years, Jasmine is happy to be back in Novato caring for animals, hiking, and gardening.

Jasmine Caperton

Jasmine joined the Pet Indulgence team in April, 2017. She grew up in Novato with dogs, cats, horses and reptiles and started caregiving for animals at veterinary hospitals and rescues at age 16. Her experience includes dog walking and petsitting, administering medication and working for and learning from many wonderful veterinarians, holistic care providers and behavioral specialists.

After working in accounting and music production in San Francisco and Los Angeles for the last 7 years, Jasmine is happy to be back in Novato caring for animals, hiking, and gardening.

  Stacey Phipps   Stacey has been a bleeding heart animal lover since she could walk and has lived with multiple pets her entire life. Born and raised near Chicago, she started a neighborhood pet sitting service at age 12 where she cared for dogs, cats, bunnies, guinea pigs, and birds. As she got older she volunteered at PAWS (Pets are Worth Saving) caring for rescue dogs and working as an adoption counselor. She also worked for City Kitty caring for people’s cats and she volunteered at the Chicago Humane Society to help get feral cat colonies spayed and neutered.  Stacey has over 30 years experience with dogs of all breeds and cat care. She can also administer medication, give injections, work with disabled animals, crate training puppies, help senior pet, and work with behavioral issues like leash aggression and excessive barking.  Stacey lives in Fairfax with her 4 fur babies: 3 stray cats (Cindy, Sebastian, and Foxie), and a 12 year old Vizsla named Rusty. You can often find her hiking the trails of Marin with Rusty and usually a few other canine companions.

Stacey Phipps

Stacey has been a bleeding heart animal lover since she could walk and has lived with multiple pets her entire life. Born and raised near Chicago, she started a neighborhood pet sitting service at age 12 where she cared for dogs, cats, bunnies, guinea pigs, and birds. As she got older she volunteered at PAWS (Pets are Worth Saving) caring for rescue dogs and working as an adoption counselor. She also worked for City Kitty caring for people’s cats and she volunteered at the Chicago Humane Society to help get feral cat colonies spayed and neutered.

Stacey has over 30 years experience with dogs of all breeds and cat care. She can also administer medication, give injections, work with disabled animals, crate training puppies, help senior pet, and work with behavioral issues like leash aggression and excessive barking.

Stacey lives in Fairfax with her 4 fur babies: 3 stray cats (Cindy, Sebastian, and Foxie), and a 12 year old Vizsla named Rusty. You can often find her hiking the trails of Marin with Rusty and usually a few other canine companions.