Carrie Seay has always had a passion for working with animals and began fostering stray and semi-feral cats and kittens with her family at a young age. She attended Northern Arizona University and graduated with her bachelor’s in biology in 2010. During and after college she worked as a veterinary technician before opening her pet care business, Carrie Pawpins Pet Nanny, in 2012. She has continued her education to include a master’s in companion animal behavior analysis and counseling (MS-CABAC) and the following professional certifications: certified behavior consultant (CBCC-KA), Fear Free elite certified professional, PetTech pet first aid and CPR certified instructor, Low Stress Handling silver certification, and Pet Dog Ambassador instructor/assessor. She is also a member of the Pet Professional Guild Cat Committee.
In 2018, she opened PHX Animal Behavior Center, where she teaches group and private training classes for dogs, puppies, and kittens. She currently works with the Jackson Galaxy Project and Greater Good.org in their Cat Pawsitive Program as a trainer-mentor where she teaches shelters how to clicker train and address behavior issues with their cats. Her true passion is educating people about feline behavior and the importance of proper socialization.