Kristie Wilder, Executive Director
Kristie is the original founder and director of iWag. You can read her biography here. She divides her time between the iWag facilities in Decatur, GA and Temple, GA. She has owned and operated dog care facilities since 1996, specializing in behavior and training, especially for rescue dogs. Outside of iWag, Kristie enjoys Crossfit, outdoor activities, reading and travelling whenever the dogs let her get away!
Nikki Brock, Manager
Nikki started working at iWag in October 2014. Her love of animals started at a young age. When she was 15, she helped in rescues for English Bulldogs. Her love and dedication makes her perfect for animal rescue. Outside of iWag, Nikki is married and just recently had her son. She has 5 fur babies of her own who also keep her busy. Her favorite thing to do when not working is relaxing with her son and spending time with her family.
Darian has been with IWag since February 2016. She loves working with the dogs everyday and she enjoys training them and seeing them progress so that they can be a joy to their new parents. She has a menagerie of her own at home, including everything from mini horses and pigs to chinchillas and pythons, and of course, an awesome pack of rescue dogs. She and her daughter hope to one day have their own rescue for homeless animals of all kinds.
Taylor has been with iWag since November 2015. She grew up to love dogs and take are of dogs of all shapes and sizes, gaining experience for her veterinary career. Being an animal lover, she left her previous job in a heartbeat to work here. She loves being outdoors and going fishing. She’s currently in college pursuing her dream job.
Britni started working with iWag in September of 2016. She attends Kennesaw State University, majoring in Ecology and Environmental Science. She enjoys spending her time at work playing with and caring for our dogs. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends as well as working with her rescue, Abel.
Kim has been with iWag since Aug 2013. She always loved animals and when the opportunity to work with dogs came about, she could not pass it up. She currently has 6 dogs. Some came from shelters or rescue and others were “free” dogs. She currently works in the office keeping everything organized for the rescue and iWag. In her spare time, she is a Police K9 photographer. She enjoys spending time outside, participating in shooting sports and being with her personal dogs.
Amy has been a volunteer at iWag since September, 2013. She has a FT job, but loves to come to her “therapy” at least 1-2 days a week. She usually does whatever is needed, is considered the “bath queen”, and loves working with the animals especially the seniors and special needs. Amy enjoys working with animals, playing sports, travelling, and numerous other hobbies.