Beth Stultz-Hairston

Board of Directors
Board Member
Picture of woman crouching next to a brown lab with gray muzzle.

Beth Stultz-Hairston is the vice-president of Pet Sitters International, the world’s largest educational association for professional pet sitters, and has worked in the pet industry for 15 years. She is honored to have the opportunity to serve on the Board of The Grey Muzzle Organization. In addition to managing the day to day operations of Pet Sitters International, Beth is the event planner for the annual Pet Sitter World Educational Conference and the editor of Pet Sitter’s World magazine and Pet Owner’s World magazine. She is also the national spokesperson for Take Your Dog To Work Day® and author of The Professional Pet Sitter’s Startup Guide.  Beth received her B.A., English, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as certifications in compassion fatigue studies through Divine Mercy University and Regent University.

Beth currently resides in North Carolina with her husband Robert and son Bryce, along with their menagerie of rescued pets, which includes two dogs, one cat, three goats, five chickens and a guinea pig.