By 2013 the Saylor family had relocated from Virginia to the Park City area of Utah. Once in Utah the Saylor family set out to create a sustainable business that would combine their skills, experience and love for dogs to provide a valuable service for their new community. So, Fetch, the family dog care business, was born. Fetch has steadily grown from caring for five dogs a day to a thriving business providing 24/7 kennel free care for 50 to 60 dogs a day. We pride ourselves on creating a healthy and happy environment “where a dog can
be a dog” and provide a “full spectrum of services”.
Although the Saylor family had been fostering and adopting animals for many years Fetch Cares was officially established in 2017 when PJ and the Saylor family were approached by a local animal rescue asking for help fostering a 10-week-old puppy who was quickly deteriorating due to an unknown illness. Considering the Saylor family’s dog care experience PJ felt that fostering the puppy was a challenge that they were equipped to handle. This puppy officially became the first Fetch Cares dog and his name is Elwood. His story is incredible and unmatched. Eventually, Elwood also became the family’s first Fetch Cares “foster fail”. Along with many other factors the Saylors realized that due to their business, Fetch, and its stability they were fortunately in a position help other dogs that had been deemed “un-adoptable”. With commitment of the Saylor family and the community’s support, Fetch Cares was born.