About Us

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Dave Robinson, Owner/Operator

Wasatch Family Pet Services was founded by Dave Robinson. Dave is a former Aircraft Mechanic working for Hill Air Force Base and Delta Airlines.  After 9/11 the airline industry suffered and Dave and his wife Gloria wished to find a way to serve their community.

With his love for dogs and pets in general, he decided to explore a way that he could give back to them and to the Wasatch Front community.  Dave and Gloria grew up in Davis County and raised their two children in the shadows of the Wasatch Mountains in North Ogden.  By providing this service to pet owners, like himself, Dave has found a way to give back to pets, their families, and the community.  Dave started Wasatch Pet in January of 2003.  His personalized service has grown his company and now reaches out to many of the veterinary hospitals along the Wasatch Front and thousands of pet owners.  His compassionate care and integrity will continue to drive him to provide meaningful service to pet owners and their loyal companions.  Dave and his son Jess run the company and work to make sure pet owners and their families are well cared for.

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Jess Robinson, Operations Manager

Jess has been working for Wasatch Family Pet Services since August 2004.  Jess grew up and went to school in Weber County, after spending time in South America he began working for Wasatch Family Pet Services and now lives in North Ogden where he is raising his 3 children with his wife Sabrina.

Jess is professionally trained in the cremation process and takes the same amount of pride as his dad in ensuring that your pets are treated with dignity and respect that they deserve.  Jess manages the day-to-day operations of Wasatch Family Pet Services.  He performs and oversees our cremation processes as well as all of the ceramic paw prints from start to finish to ensure the quality meets our expectations.  While living in Argentina, Jess’ dog passed away.  He understands what it is like to lose a family pet and entrust others to care for them the way he would have cared for his own.

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