Deborah, Pack Leader
Deborah is the leader and owner of the 4 Paws Sake Retreat.
With over 15 years of experience in the veterinary industry, she brings with her a wealth of experience. Her commitment to animal care, and her dedication, compassion, and client interaction keeps her connected to the pet industry world. Coupled with this, Deborah's pet care standards are second to none.
Deborah has a remarkable ease and connection with animals and is often heard saying: "Of all the talents bestowed upon me, the ability to communicate with animals is my greatest gift." To say she loves animals cannot encapsulate her feelings about them, she has loved animals with such passion all her life and remembers fondly every animal trusted to her keeping or crossing her path.
Deborah's varied experience combined with her avid pursuit of continuing education in multiple areas, allows her to provide the highest level of care for your beloved pets. She has spent the last 18 years working with various rescue organizations throughout Canada, ensuring the next forgotten soul finds their forever home. Deborah looks forward to getting to know your furry friends.
Beagle Paws Rescue is very near and dear to Deborah. She has spent the past 15 years rising to the occasion when the call comes in "We have a beagle in need, can you help us?", leaving no stone unturned in her quest for the next forever home. Deborah has opened her heart to many animals in need of urgent treatment. Often their last hope, she has spent countless trips to the Veterinary Emergency Hospital in Toronto, anything from a specialized test, surgical procedure, or even chemotherapy treatments. Often providing a last chance for the lost soul only to say: "There is no greater gift than to know you earned an animal's trust."
She currently shares her home with one cat and three beagles. Her house is always filled with wagging tails and a purring attitude, and that's the way she likes it. Deborah has a very busy life but always finds the time to enjoy a friendly game of baseball, travel, or just enjoying the great outdoors. She may also be seen in the neighbourhood running or walking her beagles.
Our Support Team
Decor Therapy Plus
Sue of Decor Therapy Plus provides friendly, professional, hands on advice, that helps people with all their decorating/staging needs. Sue is a regular contributor providing Decorating and Staging advice for a variety of Durham publications, as well as having had the opportunity to be a guest on many occassions with appearances on Rogers TV Daytime and Know It All. Workshops, seminars and various appearances at events gives Sue a fantastic opportunity to share her love of decorating and staging with others - and at the same time, passing on some amazing tips & tricks! Sue returns to Rogers TV in a new upbeat, educational and inspirational TV show "Love Your House" that follows homeowners on their own decorating journey through re-merchandising, decorating, trends and more. Sue enjoys sharing her passion for decorating and staging with homeowners in the Durham Region. As an animal lover herself, Sue has enjoyed working with Deborah and the 4Paws Sake Team to create a warm, welcoming retreat for your cats & dogs, providing them a safe, caring and fun environment!
Lisa , Serendipity Graphic Design
Serendipity Graphic Design specializes in print and web design for small businesses and not-for-profit agencies. Offering our clients personal service with attention to detail, we deliver beautiful, functional designs.
"Being an animal lover, I was thrilled when Deborah asked us to work with her to develop a new website and marketing materials for 4 Paws Sake Retreat. Deborah's passion for the well being of animals was evident from the first time I met her and it is my hope that her love and devotion to the animals will be reflected in our designs. We look forward to continuing to support 4 Paws Sake as website and Facebook administrator." Lisa shares her home with her husband Chris, her two children Lilli and Cam, and dogs Riley and Toffee, her cat Emeril and two guinea pigs.