Tori started working with animals in college as a volunteer at the local Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). Then, Tori worked as a veterinary assistant. While rewarding, working in those environments was a strain. Tori became determined to create an environment for dogs that they would enjoy. Tori along with her parents, Bob and Pj, as well as her brother Tony, succeeded in taking Fetch from a small backyard operation to an award winning Dog Daycare on a 50 acre ranch.
In addition to loving dogs, Tori spent over ten years as a public speaker proudly talking about living with Aspergers. The collar tag on the F in the Fetch logo is a puzzle piece — symbolizing that part of the family’s life. Dogs provided Tori with a way to connect to the world. Fetch meshes these two important parts of the Saylor family’s life. All dogs are family at Fetch — no matter their stage of life or ability.
The non-profit extension of Fetch, Fetch Cares, is committed to supporting the needs of animals with exceptional needs. These animals require extra time, extra attention, and, therefore, often cannot find an appropriate forever home. Fetch Cares partners with Nuzzles & Co. and the Utah Animal Advocacy Foundation. Often, the Saylor family and the Fetch team foster animals in need. More than that, Fetch Cares is dedicated to rehabilitation, therapy, treatment, and training to ensure each dog has the very best quality of life.