Meet the People of Granite State Dog Recovery:
Holly Mokrzecki/ Founder & President
Holly has been an animal lover all of her life and as a very young girl she would always bring home lost and abandoned animals to her families home. Holly has been active in the community since 2004 with helping reunite lost dogs with their families and Rescue groups. Holly has studied lost dog behavior and has worked tirelessly for many years reuniting them with their families. Holly founded Granite State Dog Recovery and in 2011 worked hard with a Amazing group of people to turn Granite State Dog Recovery into a Non-Profit Organization which will enable us to help more families. Holly is the owner of Granite State Pet Sitting, and resides in Manchester NH, with her very understanding partner Jerry, and their 6 beloved dogs. Holly and Jerry have helped countless foster dogs find their homes throughout the years.
Susan Piche/Vice President
Susan “Peesh” Piché grew up in Dracut, MA and moved to Manchester after graduating from Southern New Hampshire University. She currently resides in Goffstown, NH with her partner, two dogs and two cats. Over the years, Susan has had many animals and has volunteered at local animal shelters. With a passion and love for animals, Susan successfully owns and operates her local pet sitting business. She is proud to be a part of Granite State Dog Recovery and to have made wonderful friends along the way.
Amy is a lifelong resident of Manchester, NH. She is a CPA at a small public accounting firm in Manchester. She lives with her dog Chopper and her two cats, Popcorn and Pungo. She enjoys spending her spare time with her niece Stella.
Susan grew up in Stony Point, New York and moved to NH in October of 2010 to Purchase Woof it Down in Windham, NH. A lost Transport Dog and a chance meeting with Holly an Lori is where it began. Susan resides in Derry, NH with the love of her life, her husband Ed, her two Southern Labs 4 Rescue Dogs Maggie and River as well as her two cats Wilson and Miss Munch.
Lori is an advocate for all animals but has a special spot in her heart for neglected,abused,abandoned or lost animals. She was past President of the Salem Animal Rescue League where for 11 years she volunteered tirelessly to rescue and adopt more animals yearly, while developing their adoption,foster and transport programs. Lori was honored by Gov, John Lynch in June of 2010 for the Volunteer NH, Volunteer of the Month Award. A chance Meeting with Holly & Susan over a lost transport dog brought the idea of Granite State Dog Recovery to life. A dog walker during the day, Lori lives in Salem NH with her husband Jack, their dogs, cats and occasional foster or two.