Meet Our Team

Kasey Litt, Owner & Head Trainer

Owner and Head Trainer for Kritter Keepers Club, Kasey Litt, CPDT-KA, CPACP is a science-based dog trainer focusing on humane methods of training and behavior modification. Kasey is a graduate of CATCH Canine Academy and achieved the CATCH Certified Professional Dog Trainer certification.  Rescue work is key to Kasey and she is an avid volunteer with Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption in Kennesaw Georgia where she volunteers as a trainer, adoption counselor and foster.  Her home is known as the Litt Palace of Puppy Love which she shares with her beloved family of dogs and humans.  Currently, Kasey is opening up the Kritter Keeper Club, a training center, doggie daycare and boarding facility focused on helping dogs be dogs and learning how to utilize their dog-given talents through activities like agility, nosework, treibball and lure racing. 


Angela, Vice President of Marketing Operations

Mom of two human children, Angela McCullough is an avid pet lover and has been guardians for many throughout the year including rabbits, dogs, fish and her current  furkids, teacup Chihuahua Sweet Tea and Jack Russell/Chihuaha mix Ziggy.  Though she loves dogs of all sizes the little ones are her favorites.  Prior to her career as Chief Operating Officer of the McCullough household where she project managed and drove, literally, her two children, Angela held other positions including customer service, account manager and office manager.  She has enjoyed working for Kritter Keepers as a pet sitter and looks forward to increasing her responsibilities at Kritter Keepers Club where you’ll see her mostly at our front desk and retail center working with both the human and dog clients. Angela is the Vice President of Marketing Operations and will be seen working the front desk and retail areas of Kritter Keepers Club


Jessica, Director of Home Pet Services

Director of Home Pet Services, Jessica Strey has worked for Kritter Keepers Club since January 2016.  Cat sitting and dog walking is a perfect fit to accommodate her busy schedule as a Stay-At-Home-Mom (SAHM) of one who shares Jessica’s love of animals.  After four years as a SAHM Jessica wanted to return to the workforce in an area where her passions lay but would also accommodate being the primary caregiver to her young daughter.  In addition to her work at KKC, Jessica is heavily involved with Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue in Kennesaw GA where she works shelter shifts, adoptions, transportations, leading group tours, and fostering .  She will often give a furbaby a “daybreak” from shelter life and go for a hike.  These expeditions doubled as a perfect learning and bonding opportunity with her daughter, teaching compassion towards others and strong work ethics.  Jessica is Kritter Keepers Club Director of Home Pet Services and will coordinate any pet sitting or dog walking needs.


Mel, Director of Club Activities

Long time pet sitter, Mel Nasser joined Kritter Keepers in 2016 where she completed Pet Sitting 101 and  Pet First Aid and CPR courses. Mel has worked alongside multiple certified dog trainers with dreams of becoming one herself.  She is an avid volunteer for more than three years at Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue taking the dogs on outings, doing clerical work, and interacting with the public.  She helps with the shelter dogs by providing care and aid to the animals, volunteering for adoption weekends, fostering dogs, and, of course, loving the animals.  Mel is our Director of Club Activities and will coordinate your needs in doggie daycare. 


Joyce, Director of Kennel Management

A native of Marietta, Joyce Decker had a love of animals instilled in her early as the youngest of five children by her father, a former farmer from Oklahoma. Once she was out on her own she had cats…several cats! But while raising her two daughters they got a set of shepherd mixes and that started a life-long commitment to rescue dogs. Because of her love of dogs and pledge to socialize and exercise them, she met her partner of eight years, Merle, at a dog park. A volunteer with Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue since 2015, Joyce joins the Kritter Keepers Club Team as the Director of Kennel Management.


Maddi, Club Attendant 

A volunteer for Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue, Maddi Robinson has a special place in her heart for dogs. She opens her home to foster dogs so they can learn and manners and become part of a loving family.  Whether it be relaxing at home or outdoors on hikes, Maddi enjoys spending quality time with her dogs and fosters. Maddi is a Kritter Keepers Club Attendant.

Kritter Keepers Club. Where Dogs Can be Dogs!

Mon – Fri
7:30am – 7:30pm
Saturday
9am – 6pm
Sunday
9am – 5pm