MEET THE FRIENDS OF DETROIT ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL BOARD MEMBERS

 
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renena mccaskill

Officer Renena McCaskill has worked at Detroit Animal Care and Control since 2015. She is a certified animal control officer and started the transfer program at DACC as the live release coordinator. The partnerships Officer McCaskill has forged have formed the basis for both DACC and Friends of DACC to be able to collaborate with many entities in the city, across the state, and nationwide. She is a computer nerd who loves learning and analyzing data. Officer McCaskill has three dogs (Belle, Zoey, and Bradley) and a cat (Boxer) who thinks he's a dog.

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dana eldred

Dana Eldred is a current volunteer and former animal care technician/assistant live release coordinator at Detroit Animal Care and Control. Her specialty now is transporting dogs anywhere from Oklahoma to Sanilac County to Rhode Island. Dana loves working with the volunteers and making connections in the community. She has two dogs, Bane and Raven, and a chinchilla named Hufflepuff. 

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margo butler

Margo Butler is the volunteer photographer at Detroit Animal Care and Control, the social media manager for Friends of DACC, and an integral part of our board. She has over a decade of experience in animal welfare in Detroit, and continues to hone her skills as an employee of K9 Turbo Training. Margo pioneered the Couch Surfer program and has fostered many dogs of her own. She has one dog, Armando, and two cats. 

 
 

robin coker

Robin Coker is a current volunteer at Detroit Animal Care and Control and has volunteered and fostered for other rescues in Detroit over the years. She is a design expert and is great with communication, often making follow-up phone calls to adopters. Robin creates our flyers, cover photos, and banners for fundraisers and adoption events. Robin also developed our adoption process, taking the chaos we dumped into her lap and making it work easily. She has one dog named Maggie.