Ace Pet Care, since 2002

Reliable and Insured for Custom Doggie Daycare and Our Home Boarding, Care Visits and more.

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Bernadette Glumac and Todd Wyatt
A lifelong resident of Sunnyvale, with an innate passion for animals of all types, Bernadette received her Masters Degree in Science Education from Stanford University.

As a previous Veterinary Technician and Pet Behavior Consultant, she brings experienced and sensitive support to your pets. Her pet family has included an Alaskan Malamute, a Chihuahua, a deaf cat and everything in-between.  Over the past years she has been President of the Pet Care Network of Silicon Valley, President of the American Professional Humane Educators Association, Director of Education for Humane Society Silicon Valley, Director of Raising a Reader, Development Director for Wildlife Associates, Dolphin Research Intern at Marine World, and a member of NASA's Animal Care and Use Committee. She continues to volunteer with the local Humane Society, fostering orphaned kittens for adoption.
Also a lifelong resident of Silicon Valley, Todd has a natural love and talent for caring for pets. Dogs ADORE him and he is usually the magnet that brings in new clients. Todd also brings valuable business experience from his long-time career in restaurant management, and formally joined this family business in 2009 as it continued to grow. He encourages smaller dogs to sleep in the family bed where they are most secure at night..... even if Bernadette sometimes has to sleep on the couch due to "overcrowding"... 

Bernadette and Todd state, "We ENJOY providing loving, customized pet care services on a full-time basis with our own business, Ace Pet Care. Our family dog Mojo, a black lab, is committed to playing with any and all animals that come for doggy day-care or home boarding."


Todd and Cody rest a bit


Bernadette from a past life


DJ and the tennis ball


Margot finds a bone-rest


Murphy and Mickey share nap-time