The Belmont Pet Resort and Daycare offers the finest amenities for both canine and feline guests since 2010. Our state of the art facility provides your pet with a safe, clean, and fun environment whether it is a day of play in our daycare, or a night of boarding in one of our luxurious suites. Our spacious interior was designed with the utmost comfort and safety for your furry friend in mind.
Meet Our Staff
Management Staff are trained in Pet First Aid & CPR Certified.
Octavio has been in the dog world for about 12 years. Starting at a very young age, he has always had a passion for dogs and learning about them.
Throughout his time in the pet industry, he has been taught by many different trainers. Taking what he has learned from each trainer, Octavio adjusts it to fit dogs as individuals. Before Belmont Pet Resort, He was the manager of another boarding facility in Nashville; working closely with the owner to learn the best management philosophy that worked with him. He managed that facility for about 3 years, before coming to The Belmont.
In his spare time he enjoys spending quality time with his children and dogs. He loves taking them all to the park or out for a trail walk.
Hannah grew up around dogs, and has always had a great love for all animals. During her time at the Belmont, she has learned so much about dogs and has discovered her passion for working with them. When she’s not loving on pups at the Belmont, Hannah enjoys spending time outdoors and hanging out with her own pups at home.
Autumn has enjoyed being around animals since she was a young girl. Her love for them has grown more and more since becoming a part of the Belmont. She believes treating every pet as her own, with the attention they deserve. When she is not working, she enjoys rock climbing, reading, and hanging with her dog, Lily.
Sara was born in Nashville, but raised in West Virginia and Indiana. Sara’s family always had lots of pets and animals at home and that is where she developed her love for animals. She had always hoped to work with animals in some way, and found that professional grooming allowed her to be around animals and develop relationships with them and their owners. Sara loves what she does and believes grooming is an essential part of a pet’s well being. She loves the satisfaction of seeing pampered pooches flaunt their new ‘do for their parents!
Denessa was born in sunny California but moved to Tennessee at a young age. Her appreciation for animals stemmed from growing up with chickens and sheep. Denessa originally had plans to become a veterinarian, but she caught the grooming bug! She loves her job and looks forward to grooming the fur babies at The Belmont. Denessa spends her time outside grooming with her sweet daughter, Serenity.
Morning Boarding Supervisor
Ashley has always been drawn to dogs since she was little. She's been a part of the Belmont family since 2015. Although, she left for a little while to go get some experience in the vet field, her home will always be here at the pet resort. She enjoys learning new things about the business, and what it takes to be the best boarding supervisor she can be. She spends her off days caring for her three dogs, and her four bonus-kids.
Evening Boarding Supervisor
Heather is our crazy cat lady here at The Belmont! She can befriend any of our shy feline guests within minutes. Surrounded by dogs since birth, it wasn’t until her 21st birthday, when she decided to adopt a kitten that her obsession began. Since then she has raised many litters of orphaned kittens and adopted numerous stray cats. She now shares her home with 11 cats and a rescued dachshund named Buck. Heather loves her job here at The Belmont and considers all of our guests her “babies.”
Our Familiar Furry Faces
Heather rescued this sweet black and tan dachshund for her mother, but Buck had different plans! He now spends his time burrowing underneath a sweatshirt on an office chair in the lobby, or playing with our various little dogs in small daycare. And though he be little, he is fierce! But don’t be put off by his bark - for this sweet little guy - it is worse than his bite.