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Our knowledgeable and highly trained staff understands what your pet needs to look, feel, and act their best. And because we know just how special and important your pet is to your family, we treat them like ours by providing the highest level of care. 

Get to know our team members below through their bios, or stop in sometime and say hello!

Senior Leadership

Scott Burnley
Dog Trainer & Owner/Operator
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Our team is led by Scott, a Certified Dog Trainer and Behavior Specialist. Born and raised in west Kentucky, Scott grew up with dogs and was always fascinated trying to understand canine behavior. Scott graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in Communications, and a few years later he pursued his passion in training and behavior modification at the Starmark Dog Training Academy in Austin, TX. After Scott graduated top of his class from Starmark, he remained to apprentice and further hone his training skills.  In addition to dog training, Scott is also the co-founder of The Pet Station Country Club and the general manager of both locations. Scott is a member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) and is a pet parent himself with two dogs, Tag and Goose. Tag is an Australian Cattle Dog, demo dog and trick-dog extraordinaire! Goose is a Fox Red British Labrador and retriever champion.

Scott Burnley
Dog Trainer & Owner/Operator

Our team is led by Scott, a Certified Dog Trainer and Behavior Specialist. Born and raised in west Kentucky, Scott grew up with dogs and was always fascinated trying to understand canine behavior. Scott graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in Communications, and a few years later he pursued his passion in training and behavior modification at the Starmark Dog Training Academy in Austin, TX. After Scott graduated top of his class from Starmark, he remained to apprentice and further hone his training skills.  In addition to dog training, Scott is also the co-founder of The Pet Station Country Club and the general manager of both locations. Scott is a member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP) and is a pet parent himself with two dogs, Tag and Goose. Tag is an Australian Cattle Dog, demo dog and trick-dog extraordinaire! Goose is a Fox Red British Labrador and retriever champion.

Rebecca Blackburn
Owner/Leadership Development
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Rebecca is the co-founder of The Pet Station brand and a co-owner of The Pet Station Country Club.  She studied Human Resources at Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY and she is a certified Life Coach from The Life Coach School in Dallas, TX.  Being Co-Owner and the Director of Leadership Development at The Pet Station Country Club has allowed Rebecca to combine her love for dogs and passion for people.  She is married to Paul Blackburn (also co-owner), has two lively children, and a “forever puppy” Great Dane named Stella.

Rebecca Blackburn
Owner/Leadership Development

Rebecca is the co-founder of The Pet Station brand and a co-owner of The Pet Station Country Club.  She studied Human Resources at Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY and she is a certified Life Coach from The Life Coach School in Dallas, TX.  Being Co-Owner and the Director of Leadership Development at The Pet Station Country Club has allowed Rebecca to combine her love for dogs and passion for people.  She is married to Paul Blackburn (also co-owner), has two lively children, and a “forever puppy” Great Dane named Stella.

Sarah Burnley
HR Director
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Sarah attended Western Kentucky University and graduated with a degree in Corporate and Organizational Communication. Sarah started working at The Pet Station Country Club as the Director of Client Services before the doors opened.  Previously, she spent 5 years working with a large privately held staffing company in a Human Resources capacity, which gave her the knowledge and experience to take on the role of HR Director. She has two dogs of her own; Tag, an Australian Cattle Dog and Goose, a Labrador Retriever.

Sarah Burnley
HR Director

Sarah attended Western Kentucky University and graduated with a degree in Corporate and Organizational Communication. Sarah started working at The Pet Station Country Club as the Director of Client Services before the doors opened.  Previously, she spent 5 years working with a large privately held staffing company in a Human Resources capacity, which gave her the knowledge and experience to take on the role of HR Director. She has two dogs of her own; Tag, an Australian Cattle Dog and Goose, a Labrador Retriever.

Murphy Lane Team

Logan Stuart
Director of Client Services
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Logan began her career at The Pet Station Country Club in May of 2019 after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Kentucky.  She has always had a love for animals and dogs were an integral part of her family growing up.  In 2020 she rescued her own baby, Irene, and they have been best friends ever since.  She loves being able to build connections with the owners and their pets that come through the doors!

Logan Stuart
Director of Client Services

Logan began her career at The Pet Station Country Club in May of 2019 after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Kentucky.  She has always had a love for animals and dogs were an integral part of her family growing up.  In 2020 she rescued her own baby, Irene, and they have been best friends ever since.  She loves being able to build connections with the owners and their pets that come through the doors!

Jenna Kapfhammer
Boarding Lead
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Our boarding team is led by Jenna. Born and raised in Louisville Kentucky, Jenna has always had a passion for animals, and has owned many herself— maybe too many. She started helping manage her family’s farm at a young age which taught her a strong work ethic early on. That began her love for the great outdoors, and everything involving nature. She uses her desire of helping others by caring for all the pets, and insuring their owners that their furbabies are getting the best care possible at The Pet Station. If she’s not caring for the dogs/cats boarding with us she can be found in the woods of Henry County preparing for hunting season, or on the lake fishing and kayaking.

Jenna Kapfhammer
Boarding Lead

Our boarding team is led by Jenna. Born and raised in Louisville Kentucky, Jenna has always had a passion for animals, and has owned many herself— maybe too many. She started helping manage her family’s farm at a young age which taught her a strong work ethic early on. That began her love for the great outdoors, and everything involving nature. She uses her desire of helping others by caring for all the pets, and insuring their owners that their furbabies are getting the best care possible at The Pet Station. If she’s not caring for the dogs/cats boarding with us she can be found in the woods of Henry County preparing for hunting season, or on the lake fishing and kayaking.

Catherine Geary
Assistant Boarding Lead
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Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Catherine has always had a passion for animals. From a young age, she planned to start a rescue facility for any dog in need that she came across. While she develops her business acumen in order to start that dream, she works at The Pet Station Country Club full time and has been doing so since 201 9. In her free time, she takes care of her two Chihuahuas, two Great Danes, Labrador Retriever, Boxer-mix, mini–Australian Shephard, three inside domestic cats, and several outside domestic cats. While she hasn’t always worked at The Pet Station, she has always embodied its mission and love for animals, which is why she has been such a perfect fit in a leadership role of the boarding department.

Catherine Geary
Assistant Boarding Lead

Born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Catherine has always had a passion for animals. From a young age, she planned to start a rescue facility for any dog in need that she came across. While she develops her business acumen in order to start that dream, she works at The Pet Station Country Club full time and has been doing so since 201 9. In her free time, she takes care of her two Chihuahuas, two Great Danes, Labrador Retriever, Boxer-mix, mini–Australian Shephard, three inside domestic cats, and several outside domestic cats. While she hasn’t always worked at The Pet Station, she has always embodied its mission and love for animals, which is why she has been such a perfect fit in a leadership role of the boarding department.

Kylie Tiu
Daycation Lead
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Kylie’s love for animals started at a young age, taking her first steps in the stalls of her families standardbred stables in Ohio.  She received a degree in Health Services Administration from Eastern Kentucky University, but her passion for animals and her nurturing nature has led her to pursue a career in the animal industry.  Kylie resides in Louisville with her husband, Greg and two Cocker Spaniels, Libby & Harlan.  Kylie enjoys camping trips with her mom, anything outdoors and hopes to someday complete a section hike of the Appalachian Trail!

Kylie Tiu
Daycation Lead

Kylie’s love for animals started at a young age, taking her first steps in the stalls of her families standardbred stables in Ohio.  She received a degree in Health Services Administration from Eastern Kentucky University, but her passion for animals and her nurturing nature has led her to pursue a career in the animal industry.  Kylie resides in Louisville with her husband, Greg and two Cocker Spaniels, Libby & Harlan.  Kylie enjoys camping trips with her mom, anything outdoors and hopes to someday complete a section hike of the Appalachian Trail!

Sarah Breeden
Groomer
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Sarah was born and raised in Oldham Co., KY.  She has always had a passion for all things animals, so coming to work for The Pet Station family in 2014 was a natural progression in her career.  She started as a bather and quickly became inspired to take her career further. Sarah studied at the nationally acclaimed Nash Academy in Lexington, KY.  She has been grooming at The Pet Station since 2016 and has assisted in growing our team of groomers and clients at The Country Club. She loves to form a bond with each of her clients and their owners.  Working with dogs never gets old for her. She is inspired by new challenges and continues to learn outside of work on a regular basis. Sarah fills her days at work with her furry clients and continues the trend when she gets home with her brood of pups and kittens.  

Sarah Breeden
Groomer

Sarah was born and raised in Oldham Co., KY.  She has always had a passion for all things animals, so coming to work for The Pet Station family in 2014 was a natural progression in her career.  She started as a bather and quickly became inspired to take her career further. Sarah studied at the nationally acclaimed Nash Academy in Lexington, KY.  She has been grooming at The Pet Station since 2016 and has assisted in growing our team of groomers and clients at The Country Club. She loves to form a bond with each of her clients and their owners.  Working with dogs never gets old for her. She is inspired by new challenges and continues to learn outside of work on a regular basis. Sarah fills her days at work with her furry clients and continues the trend when she gets home with her brood of pups and kittens.  

Staci Riggs
Groomer
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Staci got hooked into the dog world at an early age. When she was 12, she started bathing dogs as a summer job. In high school, she got her first true love- Haylee, a yellow lab, and started grooming after school and on weekends. Staci has honed her skills and shared her knowledge over the years as she has worked alongside many experienced and talented groomers. Her favorite part about grooming? All of it! She is a lefty who loves to scissor and also enjoys breed trims. Most importantly, she enjoys building relationships with her clients and their people. She always cares for the dogs as if they were her own. Staci has been with The Pet Station since 2016. When she’s not busy grooming at The Country Club, she’s enjoying her time with her family. Staci has two yellow Labradors (Cooper and Sunny) a son and a daughter, and her husband, Chad.

Staci Riggs
Groomer

Staci got hooked into the dog world at an early age. When she was 12, she started bathing dogs as a summer job. In high school, she got her first true love- Haylee, a yellow lab, and started grooming after school and on weekends. Staci has honed her skills and shared her knowledge over the years as she has worked alongside many experienced and talented groomers. Her favorite part about grooming? All of it! She is a lefty who loves to scissor and also enjoys breed trims. Most importantly, she enjoys building relationships with her clients and their people. She always cares for the dogs as if they were her own. Staci has been with The Pet Station since 2016. When she’s not busy grooming at The Country Club, she’s enjoying her time with her family. Staci has two yellow Labradors (Cooper and Sunny) a son and a daughter, and her husband, Chad.

Krissi Emke
Groomer
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Krissi moved to Louisville when she was 18 and began working with animals as a vet tech. She started her career with The Pet Station in 2016 as a bather. Two years later, she became a certified Groomer from Nash Academy of Animal Arts. Not only does Krissi fill her days at work with doggy love, but she also has 3 dogs and 2 cats waiting for her at home.

Krissi Emke
Groomer

Krissi moved to Louisville when she was 18 and began working with animals as a vet tech. She started her career with The Pet Station in 2016 as a bather. Two years later, she became a certified Groomer from Nash Academy of Animal Arts. Not only does Krissi fill her days at work with doggy love, but she also has 3 dogs and 2 cats waiting for her at home.

Ashley Bowers
Dog Trainer
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Ashley got her start in the dog training world by working with service dogs.  After a couple of years in that realm, she made the transition into the pet dog world. She is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer with the Council of Pet Dog Trainers and also a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She has 2 rescue dogs, Albus and Rome, who always keep her on her toes!

Ashley Bowers
Dog Trainer

Ashley got her start in the dog training world by working with service dogs.  After a couple of years in that realm, she made the transition into the pet dog world. She is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer with the Council of Pet Dog Trainers and also a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator. She has 2 rescue dogs, Albus and Rome, who always keep her on her toes!

Vine Crest Ave Team

Alana Dunker
Director of Client Services
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Alana is the Director of Client Services and has been with the company since September of 2017. Born and raised in Northern Indiana, Alana moved to Louisville five years ago and has worked in the animal service field ever since. With over 10 years’ experience in a customer service role, Alana works daily with clients and their pets to provide a welcome atmosphere and the reassurance that every pet will receive the highest level of care. In her free time, Alana loves to spend most of her time going on adventures and cuddling with her three rescue dogs; Casanova, Paisley Ann, and Bearsley. Her daily passion lies in assuring each individual that their loved ones will be cared for and treated as if they were her own!

Alana Dunker
Director of Client Services

Alana is the Director of Client Services and has been with the company since September of 2017. Born and raised in Northern Indiana, Alana moved to Louisville five years ago and has worked in the animal service field ever since. With over 10 years’ experience in a customer service role, Alana works daily with clients and their pets to provide a welcome atmosphere and the reassurance that every pet will receive the highest level of care. In her free time, Alana loves to spend most of her time going on adventures and cuddling with her three rescue dogs; Casanova, Paisley Ann, and Bearsley. Her daily passion lies in assuring each individual that their loved ones will be cared for and treated as if they were her own!

Bella Dunn
Boarding Lead
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Bella was born and raised in Louisville, KY. While attending Eastern Kentucky University, she started working part-time for The Pet Station and fell in love with working with animals. She quickly became a key employee in the boarding department. After graduating with a degree in Animal Studies, she was chosen to lead the boarding team at TPSCC’s newest location. She’s partnered with GRRAND’s key volunteers to design protocols and processes to fully attend to the needs of the rescues that come in to GRRAND Central Station, while balancing the care of TPSCC clients. Bella’s favorite part of her job is getting to know each pet one-on-one to make sure they’re comfortable and happy while their parents are away. She also loves being part of each rescue dog’s journey in finding a new home. In her free time, Bella loves spending time with her own rescue dog Kirby.

Bella Dunn
Boarding Lead

Bella was born and raised in Louisville, KY. While attending Eastern Kentucky University, she started working part-time for The Pet Station and fell in love with working with animals. She quickly became a key employee in the boarding department. After graduating with a degree in Animal Studies, she was chosen to lead the boarding team at TPSCC’s newest location. She’s partnered with GRRAND’s key volunteers to design protocols and processes to fully attend to the needs of the rescues that come in to GRRAND Central Station, while balancing the care of TPSCC clients. Bella’s favorite part of her job is getting to know each pet one-on-one to make sure they’re comfortable and happy while their parents are away. She also loves being part of each rescue dog’s journey in finding a new home. In her free time, Bella loves spending time with her own rescue dog Kirby.

McKenna Gordon
Daycation Lead
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McKenna is our Daycation Team Lead, born and raised in Louisville, KY. She came to us with over 10 years of management/leadership experience. She was previously the General Manager of a high grossing retail store for 6 years and received outstanding performance ratings for her store. She has always had an extreme love and compassion for animals which led her to The Pet Station Country Club in 2021! She is highly passionate about adopting senior dogs from shelters so they can live out their golden years with endless cuddles and love from her and her family. It is a bittersweet lifestyle but incredibly rewarding. She currently has two fur babies, George & Ellis! She strives to provide the same love and care for her Daycation dogs as she does her own. When McKenna is not at work or cuddled up with her pups, you can find her soaking up the good outdoors.
McKenna Gordon
Daycation Lead
McKenna is our Daycation Team Lead, born and raised in Louisville, KY. She came to us with over 10 years of management/leadership experience. She was previously the General Manager of a high grossing retail store for 6 years and received outstanding performance ratings for her store. She has always had an extreme love and compassion for animals which led her to The Pet Station Country Club in 2021! She is highly passionate about adopting senior dogs from shelters so they can live out their golden years with endless cuddles and love from her and her family. It is a bittersweet lifestyle but incredibly rewarding. She currently has two fur babies, George & Ellis! She strives to provide the same love and care for her Daycation dogs as she does her own. When McKenna is not at work or cuddled up with her pups, you can find her soaking up the good outdoors.
Beck Saults
Assistant Daycation Lead
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Beck’s love for animals goes back to her early childhood, where she owned both dogs and exotic animals. She found herself in Florida for the start of her college career, and worked as a volunteer intern and animal caretaker at the local Humane Society. She then moved back to her hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee to pursue a Bachelors in Animal Science, all while working as a veterinary technician & boarding manager. During this time she gained both knowledge and hands-on experience. She graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in May, moved to Louisville shortly after, and started her career at The Pet Station Country Club. She now is a dog mom to two Australian Shepherds, and in her spare time enjoys traveling, hiking, and advocating for species conservation.
Beck Saults
Assistant Daycation Lead
Beck’s love for animals goes back to her early childhood, where she owned both dogs and exotic animals. She found herself in Florida for the start of her college career, and worked as a volunteer intern and animal caretaker at the local Humane Society. She then moved back to her hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee to pursue a Bachelors in Animal Science, all while working as a veterinary technician & boarding manager. During this time she gained both knowledge and hands-on experience. She graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in May, moved to Louisville shortly after, and started her career at The Pet Station Country Club. She now is a dog mom to two Australian Shepherds, and in her spare time enjoys traveling, hiking, and advocating for species conservation.
Carole Arnett
Head Trainer
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Our trainer, Carole, is an Associate Member of the International Associate of Canine Professionals (IACP) and a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator. Born and raised right outside of Louisville, in the small town of Pewee Valley, Carole loved spending time teaching their family dogs tricks, but it was at her first job at age 15 working at a dog kennel that her fascination with learning about all the different breeds was born. Before pursuing dog training, she went the traditional college route, graduating from Sullivan University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Hospitality & Tourism Management, ultimately landing in the beauty salon industry. It wasn’t until she adopted her behaviorally challenged dog, Otis the Aussiedoodle, that her passion for understanding canine behavior and learning how to change it was ignited. Carole acquired her knowledge of dog behavior and training by apprenticing under Certified Dog Trainers and Behavior Specialists Scott Burnley and Emily Urchuck, self-study, and leading the Daycation program for almost 2 years. In that time, she adopted her Australian Shepherd mix Hank, who sparked her love for trick training. Sadly, Carole’s time with Otis was cut short, as he was suffering from a brain tumor. Not long after Otis crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, Carole took in a foster dog, Weezie, who also has her fair share of behavioral challenges. Hank and Weezie bonded quickly, and it didn’t take long for Weezie to officially become Carole’s first “foster-fail”.

Carole Arnett
Head Trainer

Our trainer, Carole, is an Associate Member of the International Associate of Canine Professionals (IACP) and a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen evaluator. Born and raised right outside of Louisville, in the small town of Pewee Valley, Carole loved spending time teaching their family dogs tricks, but it was at her first job at age 15 working at a dog kennel that her fascination with learning about all the different breeds was born. Before pursuing dog training, she went the traditional college route, graduating from Sullivan University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Hospitality & Tourism Management, ultimately landing in the beauty salon industry. It wasn’t until she adopted her behaviorally challenged dog, Otis the Aussiedoodle, that her passion for understanding canine behavior and learning how to change it was ignited. Carole acquired her knowledge of dog behavior and training by apprenticing under Certified Dog Trainers and Behavior Specialists Scott Burnley and Emily Urchuck, self-study, and leading the Daycation program for almost 2 years. In that time, she adopted her Australian Shepherd mix Hank, who sparked her love for trick training. Sadly, Carole’s time with Otis was cut short, as he was suffering from a brain tumor. Not long after Otis crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, Carole took in a foster dog, Weezie, who also has her fair share of behavioral challenges. Hank and Weezie bonded quickly, and it didn’t take long for Weezie to officially become Carole’s first “foster-fail”.

Brittney Murphy
Groomer
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Brittney is a groomer at The Pet Station Country Club.  She was born and raised in Meade Co., KY. She is a graduate of the prestigious Nash Academy Grooming School and has been grooming professionally for 4 years.  Brittney’s favorite thing about working with dogs is a chance to make them look their absolute best all while getting to know what makes each dog unique. Brittney has 2 dogs, Pigeon the Parti Mini Schnauzer and Bear the Pitbull Terrier.  She also has two cats, Kitty and Monkey.

Brittney Murphy
Groomer

Brittney is a groomer at The Pet Station Country Club.  She was born and raised in Meade Co., KY. She is a graduate of the prestigious Nash Academy Grooming School and has been grooming professionally for 4 years.  Brittney’s favorite thing about working with dogs is a chance to make them look their absolute best all while getting to know what makes each dog unique. Brittney has 2 dogs, Pigeon the Parti Mini Schnauzer and Bear the Pitbull Terrier.  She also has two cats, Kitty and Monkey.

Brittany Hutto
Groomer
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When Brittany started her first job, it was with animals. She knew immediately this is what she wanted out of a career. She’s always been a creative person – crocheting, drawing, sewing, and making new things – so when she had the opportunity in 2015 to become a groomer, she knew it was a no-brainer. Grooming is another way for her to make her mark by using her creative talent. She loves each new experience and embraces every chance to learn with her clients. Brittany joined The Pet Station team in 2019. She is a proud momma to Tiki the Pomeranian, Crash Bettacoot the betta fish, and Wayne and Garth the guinea pigs.

Brittany Hutto
Groomer

When Brittany started her first job, it was with animals. She knew immediately this is what she wanted out of a career. She’s always been a creative person – crocheting, drawing, sewing, and making new things – so when she had the opportunity in 2015 to become a groomer, she knew it was a no-brainer. Grooming is another way for her to make her mark by using her creative talent. She loves each new experience and embraces every chance to learn with her clients. Brittany joined The Pet Station team in 2019. She is a proud momma to Tiki the Pomeranian, Crash Bettacoot the betta fish, and Wayne and Garth the guinea pigs.