Jordan Di Marco
Jordan owns and operates Dogma Catma Pet Sitting, LLC in Boulder, CO. She attended the University of Colorado at Denver and graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology and opened Dogma Catma Pet Sitting, LLC that same year. Since opening up her business, she has enthusiastically pursued a wealth of continuing education in pet care and disaster preparedness for pets. She was awarded Pet Sitters International Pet Sitter of the Year award in 2011 and won the Boulder County Gold award in 2015 for Best Pet Sitting Service.
Rebecca Giacomini CVT, VTS(ECC)
Rebecca began her veterinary nursing career in 2003 within small animal general practice, stayed in this arena for just over a year, then transitioned into emergency and critical care medicine where her love for specialty veterinary medicine blossomed. She continued her undergraduate studies in chemistry then pursued becoming a Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) in Emergency and Critical Care in 2012. Rebecca hopes to become a VTS in anesthesia and is an active member of the IVAPM. Her professional interests include lung disease and mechanical ventilation, nursing management of the septic and coagulopathic patient, anesthesia for the emergent and septic patient, and trauma stabilization. Rebecca has years of dedicated interests in animal behavior, welfare, and client education.
Rachel is so happy to be a certified Pet CPR and First Aid instructor with Pet Emergency Education! Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, she now lives in Nederland, Colorado with her husband, daughter, dogs, and cats. Animals have been one of Rachel's life passions since she was a child so becoming an instructor seemed like a great fit and goes hand in hand with her other job as a Certified Therapeutic Canine Massage Therapist. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, snowboarding, reading, music, and learning new skills. She looks forward to meeting you in class!