Our History

luckydog day & night care was founded in 2004 with a vision to offer an unmatched level of professional care for each and every guest. Treating the client’s dogs how one would want their own dogs to be treated: with individualized care, professionalism, patience, and respect. That vision lives on today.

Our Pack

Dee Dee Fasquel - Owner, Operations Manager

I have been the owner of Lucky Dog since 2018. I worked in and studied veterinary medicine for 7 years, before beginning a 10 year stint in the business side of corporate America. I have always had a passion for animals, dogs in particular.  My French Bulldog Mr. Bubbles has been a guest of Luckydog since 2013 and he is very excited to have moved into ownership position. We will continually strive to provide the best possible experience for all of our dogs and the parents who care for them. 

Stacey Lambert - KPA CTP, CPACM

Daycare Manager, Certified Dog Trainer, AKC Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, Luckydog Canine Academy Director

Stacey Lambert started at Luckydog in 2018 and has been exemplary employee since day one. She obtained a degree in athletic training from University of Connecticut but found her true passion when she adopted her two rescue dogs. The challenges she faced with them, and the fosters she’d later take on, helped her realize that working with dogs and their people was what she felt she needed to be doing. A cross-country move and finding her way to Luckydog was exactly what started her journey into the dog training world.

Now a graduate from the Karen Pryor Academy of positive reinforcement, she looks forward to helping pet parents with the challenges they may face with their canine companions. Her training philosophy includes force-free, positive reinforcement training with compassion and a deep understanding of dog behavior. She manages our daycare program and tailors each training session to the pet parent’s needs. She moves at a pace that keeps your dog happy, comfortable and confident, and fosters an environment of positive learning experiences.

Jocelyn Ruf - Lodging Manager, Enrichment Club Director, Guest Services Coordinator

Jocelyn joined our pack in 2016 and has shown a high level of responsibility and excellent problem solving skills. She has years of experience and a wealth of knowledge that she shares effectively with other members of our team. These attributes combined with her excellent dog handling skills have earned her a position on our management team.  You will see her manning the front desk most weekday afternoons. Jocelyn has an amazing work ethic and is an all around rock star! 









Mackenzie Champion - Professionally Trained Groomer

Mackenzie joined our team in 2020. She came with 7+ years experience and an amazing portfolio. She takes pride in her scissor work, everything from breed profiles to doodles. Also known as the "deshed queen", she loves to help out pet parents during these seasons. Comfort of your pet during their spa service is of the utmost of importance to Mackenzie. She looks forward to offering an enjoyable experience for your pup and an incredibly styled look to meet your expectations. 

Taylor Budd - Senior Dog Handler, Lead Rover, Enrichment Specialist

TBudd joined our pack in 2019 and has been a valuable member of our team. She is passionate about all of the dogs in our care and loves her job. Her amazing attitude and witty sense of humor have made her a favorite among staff as well. Tbudd is also an amazing artist. She has completed 2 of our huge indoor murals and is responsible for many of the super creative dog of the day boards. We are lucky to have her as part of our team!









Taylor Maxfield - Dog Handler, Boarding

Taylor started at Luckydog in 2017. Her upbeat personality, strong work ethic, and love for your fur children make her an invaluable member of the team. 

Our staff offers you and your dog an unmatched level of care, comfort, and safety. We invest in our team's skills so they continue to grow in their ability to provide excellent service in the Eugene-Springfield area.