President, the "Business Guy"
After supporting AnimalBiome from the background since its inception, Carlton joined the team full-time in November, 2018. Carlton also roams the East Bay hillsides with Holly, Yuki, Charlie and Darwin.
Senior Animal Care Specialist
Alex shares her home --and office-- with her chihuahua mix, Noodle, who works tirelessly as the Chief Sniffing Officer at AnimalBiome.
Jess received her PhD in microbiology from the University of New Hampshire, and completed postdoctoral training at the DOE Joint Genome Institute. Jess is also a cat lover who has a cat, Lilac, and volunteers for a local cat shelter.
Zhandra is a lifelong animal lover with a soft spot for felines and reptiles. She hopes to be a cat mom soon, but in the meantime keeps company with the mischievous neighborhood kitties.
It takes guts to raise a pet.
Through the messes and the cuddles and the laughter and the scares.
It takes guts to really care.
To ask the big questions and really actually truly understand.
It takes guts to admit you need a little help sometimes.
To reach out to the experts and put your faith in a stranger that cares.
It takes guts to solve big problems using a very unconventional method.
To use poop to make pets happier and healthier.
But that's exactly what we do.
Your pet's waste is the best indicator as to how they're feeling.
And, really, what could matter more?
AnimalBiome is built on a deep understanding of the microbiome.
A healthy gut creates “good poop” and “good poop” prompts thumbs up.
It's easy: instead of tossing your pet’s poop like usual, send it to us.
We analyze it to the extreme, and it tells us what’s happening with them.
If anything is off, we've created a unique gut restoration system to make it right.
We believe that every living thing has the right to feel good.
But it's not just magically going to happen.
We've got to be proactive.
We've got to take the step.
We've got to have guts to feel good.
AnimalBiome. Guts to feel good.