Jolie has been a lifelong guardian of pets. For as long as she can remember – she has had a love affair with animals in all walks of life. Jolie has been happily married for 22 years and has been blessed with three children (2 girls and 1 boy). The entire family supports her ’animal adventures’ and they themselves have benefited greatly from the unconditional love that each of these wonderful encounters have brought them.

The year 2012 was a turning point for Jolie. The cliché of a ’light bulb moment’ was true for her. It was while investigating the intricate world of ’nutrition’ in order to empower her and her family to become healthier – she stumbled across the health issues and growing cancer rates in our canine and feline friends. Jolie was astounded and what she had learned about the pet industry and the quality of foods our companions have been eating. It was certainly interesting to learn that our human and canine/feline ancestry is being affected equally by low quality processed foods.

After dedicating over 16 years to childcare, Jolie decided – why not dedicate time to helping pets and their guardians make better choices. Jolie is happy to report that finding Tail Blazers and purchasing a franchise is making her dream come true. The values and dedication this company stands for is something that she can relate to and has passion for. In order to be the best Pet Food Consultant that she can be, Jolie enrolled and completed her certification in Dog Obedience Training, and Dog Grooming.

Jolie’s Sudbury franchised location is the first Ontario store to open. Although this came with many challenges, her store is opened its doors on October 19th, 2013. Her entire family and many friends have been instrumental in assisting with the renovations and support needed to get the store up and running.

It is with a great sense of pride and joy that she brings such a high quality, educational, supportive health food store to Sudbury. She is looking forward to seeing the difference quality foods and supplements will make in the lives of canines and felines in Sudbury.