Hallie Schwirse

Hi, my name is Hallie!
I currently reside in St. Helens, OR.  My love for animals is just as passionate as my love for people. I’ve been raised around animals my whole life, including cats, many breeds of dogs, small animals like rabbits, and I have been riding horses since I was four years old. I think riding horses is a great stress reliever, and barrel racing is one of my favorite sports! My dog rocket is my whole world! He is a border collie mix, and we have such a special bond! We love to spend time at the park and go on walks in our free time. I can’t wait to build a strong bond with your babies as well. I look forward to meeting you and making a connection! See you around.

Madison Brandt

Hi, I’m Madison Brandt.  I recently graduated high school and am planning on going to PCC in the fall to pursue a degree in marine biology.  I’ve always had a passion for animals.  I had volunteered at the Columbia Humane Society for about a year and a half and grew up around animals my entire life.  We’ve had dogs, cats, chickens, pheasants, and quail.  I’m so excited to get to meet your fur babies.

Karli Cupp

Hello, my name is Karli!

I have lived in St. Helens my entire life. I work two jobs; I waitress at the Plymouth Pub and work here at Happy Tails! I get the perfect mixture of fur babies & humans daily. 

I’ve grown up pet sitting for people and have been around many kinds of animals, from dogs to horses. I have a very soft spot for animals. I love the opportunity of working with all different types of new animals. My goal is to create a special bond with your animals and make sure they are excited to see me at every visit.

Leann Lambell

Hi neighbors, my name is Leann, and I live here in St. Helens with my husband and our two pups. I enjoy working for Happy Tails Transport and being a Licensed Massage Therapist with a small practice in Portland. Growing up around various critters, from household pets to livestock through our school’s 4-H program, led to a lifelong love of animals. I have an upbeat personality and am always excited to share my positive energy with humans and animals alike. You will have peace of mind knowing your furry family members are in great hands while you’re away. I look forward to meeting you.

Tina Miller

My name is Tina. I’ve lived in Scappoose for 30 years, raising two kids, three horses, one pony, four dogs, and more cats and bunnies than I can count. Before moving here, I lived in Central Oregon, and when I wasn’t in school, I was either horseback riding, doing 4-H, hiking, rafting, or snow skiing. Being semi-retired now, I enjoy volunteering at the Scappoose Public Library and delivering Meals on Wheels for the Senior Center. I also enjoy exploring the woods near our home, hiking the Crown Zellerbach and Rocky Point Road trails, snow skiing when there’s snow, and boating The Channel, Willamette, and Columbia Rivers. Currently, I have an Alaskan Malamute, two indoor cats, a bunch of chickens, a dwarf gourami, two snails, and six tetras. I’m looking forward to spending time with your pets and fur babies.