Paw Academy Pet Care
Proudly Serving Pampered Pets in
Celebration, FL & surrounding areas
Call, email or message us today to set up a free meet & greet to get started!
Why In-Home Pet Care?
Whether you’re away from home for extended hours during the week for work, heading out for the day for fun, or traveling for an extended period of time; your fur family needs cared for. We offer an alternative to pet day care / boarding facilities.
- Most boarding facilities are great, but many pets are just more comfortable in their own homes & spaces
- Keep your pets on the same relative routine that they’re used to when you’re at home
- We develop personal relationships with the pets and care for each one individually
- Mitigate risk of potential illness, stress or injury associated with being around many other dogs in confined spaces
Scott Hyland: Not a Florida native but very happy to now call Celebration, FL home. Born & raised in Pittsburgh, PA and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications & Advertising from West Virginia University (which makes Scott a diehard fan of the Steelers, Penguins, Pirates and Mountaineers). Spent 12 years building a corporate marketing career in the healthcare space; most recently as Director of Health Plan Marketing for a healthcare technology company. Scott spent all 35 years of life, however, with a passion for pets. Walked neighbors’ dogs for extra cash as a kid, helped a friend launch an independent doggy daycare business and spent weekends as a dog handling & adoption volunteer at the local shelter back in Pittsburgh. More recently, an active dog handling & adoption volunteer at Orange County Animal Services and started part time dog walking/running and day boarding for friends when available. Proud dog dad of Patch and our Staffordshire Terrier /Bulldog / Boxer / Lhasa Apso mix Addy (yes, we’re the crazy fur-parents that did the doggy DNA). Taking over Paw Academy Pet Care has been an amazing blessing as it allowed Scott to pursue his passion full-time. Scott can't wait to continue building Paw Academy Pet Care and provide the highest possible level of care and compassion to Celebration and Disney's fur families!
Sarah Costello: A native of Belfast, Ireland, growing up in a large Catholic family enriched in Irish music, language, theatre, dance and many animals from a very young age. Lucky enough to have grown up with many dogs as a child, including three Irish Wolfhounds, three Great Danes, three German Shepherds, an African Grey Parrot and lots of pigeons. My father is an animal enthusiast and a ‘pigeon man’ as we called him, entering pigeon races and dog shows every weekend. Graduated from Queens University, Belfast in 2007 with a Bachelors Degree in Theatre and Irish and then went on to tour the world as a professional Irish dancer visiting 31 countries over the span of 13 years. Professional career took Sarah to the USA in 2011, where she performed at Walt Disney World and became a Celebration resident in 2013. Decided in 2013 to start a small Irish dance school called Central Florida Irish dance with my base in Celebration and worked with Parks and Recreation and CROA at the Town Hall and Lakeside Park to offer Irish Dance classes for children and adults! Seven years later Central Florida Irish Dance has firmly cemented our feet in Celebration and we proudly teach over 120 dancers in 10 locations. Living in Celebration enables Sarah to connect with the community in so many different ways as well as enrich young students lives with the Irish Culture. You will have seen us at the parades, festivals and food truck Friday events in town over the years. Having a business already in Celebration makes partnering with Scott for Paw Academy Pet Care very special. Sarah can't wait to make new connections and provide another wonderful service to our Celebration families. A Dog Mom to a very special ( and grumpy) hound-mix named Patch and the most loving sweet Pittie-mix named Addy who was adopted at the onset of the pandemic. Sarah loves the amazing fur baby community of Celebration and can't wait to get them out walking and maybe teach them a jig or two!