We may be biased, but we believe we have the best kennel staff around! Dogs are actually excited to come and stay at Mayfair while their families are on vacation. Our staff loves and cares for our boarded pets as if they were their own.
Jess has lived in the south her whole life and has lived in Raleigh since 1994. She enjoys reading, running, going to church, taking walks, and helping in the community. Jess is passionate about environmental issues and actually loves recycling. She shares her home with her pride and joy, a grey cat named Buster.
Linda has been working with animals for the past 11 years. She’s a northern girl at heart, having lived in Maine all her life before coming to Cary in 2008. She and her husband Keith have two pets of their own: a Rottweiler mix named Remington, and a long haired tortie cat named Autumn. She has many hobbies, including writing novels and cross stitching, as well as reading and remodeling her home. Linda especially enjoys giving the daily care that pets here at the hospital need. She splits her time here at Mayfair in between the boarding kennel and working with Raven in grooming.
Lynn was born and raised in Knightdale, NC. She has credentials in Early Childhood Development, and after nine year of working with children, she realized that pets were her true calling. She has two cats, Tabitha and Natalie, and a Boxer mix named Lucy. Lynn enjoys making sure all of the "guests" at Mayfair are as comfortable as possible. Lynn treats every pet as if they were a new addition to her own family.
Lynnsey grew up in Clayton, North Carolina. She moved to Wilmington for two years and received an associate's degree. Now she lives in Cary. She LOVES animals. She has a yellow-bellied slider turtle. Her sweet dog recently passed away, but she is hoping to get another dog in the near future.
Natalie was born in Raleigh, but grew up in Cary. She is currently a junior at NC State working towards a double major in accounting and business management. She is living in Cary with her three-year-old Great White Pyrenees, Adele. When she is not working, she spends most of her time at the farm where she boards her 12-year-old Standardbred, Chance, riding and giving lessons.