I’m Robin Grant – lifelong animal lover and pet owner. I’ve had dogs as long as I can remember – mixed breeds, German Shepherds, a miniature schnauzer, and hounds and hunting dogs when I was growing up, and Boston Terriers, a German Shepherd, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, a mixed breed, and a Boston Terrier/Pug mix as an adult.
I grew up on a small farm, and we had almost every animal you could – indoor and outdoor cats, gerbils, a rabbit, pigs, a cow, a goat, ponies, horses (no birds – my sister was allergic). I was the kid in high school who took care of the 40+ rats for the biology class. We even had a boa constrictor for a while.
I’m currently the proud owner of Lady, a Beagle/Lab mix; and Teeka, a “Bug” (Boston/Pug cross). I’m a native of Michigan (the Lansing area), and have lived in Ann Arbor since 1989. I started Peaceable Pets in 2004.
I work closely with my team leaders to make sure that you’re comfortable entrusting your pets to them, and that they’re confident in their ability to care for your home and your animals.
All Peaceable Pets team members are bonded and insured.
Robin's home pack
Marcy Gersh – A native of Ohio, Marcy grew up with dogs and a cat. She currently shares her home with three Himalayan kitties. She has a wide range of veterinary office experience, and has lived in Ann Arbor since 2003. She has worked for Peaceable Pets since 2010.
Diane Hill – Originally from New Boston, Michigan, Diane has lived in Ann Arbor for many years. Prior to joining the Peaceable Pets team, she worked as a nurse and as a kennel technician at the Ann Arbor Animal Hospital. She has had many pets over the years, including horses, dogs, cats, birds, fish, rabbits, goats, pigs and hamsters. She currently has a horse, two dogs, birds, and a (feral) cat. Diane joined the Peaceable Pets team in 2012.
Shoh Nah Betsy Adams – A longtime resident of the Ann Arbor area, Shoh Nah Betsy Adams has extensive animal care experience with a wide range of species. She currently shares her home with numerous cats. She has an established holistic animal care practice, to which she brings her own unique spiritual approach: . She is particularly gifted at working with cats who are ill and/or in need of extra attention and TLC. She has been caring for cat clients for Peaceable Pets since 2013.
Natalie Surovell – An Ann Arbor native, Natalie grew up with dogs. She has been sharing her home with cats since 1987, and currently has two kitties and three horses. Natalie gets her “doggie fix” by doing dog walks for Peaceable Pets, which she has done since 2014.