Tabitha Blewett has over 19 years of experience in the field of animal care and animal services. While residing in California she worked as the education director for a non-profit wildlife rescue organization with special focus on large cats. She also worked for private animal boarding and training facilities in the San Diego area, as well as for the North County Humane Society.
After relocating to Texas, she worked for the Williamson County Humane Society as the kennel manager, and also served as a member of the advisory board for the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter.
In September 2018, she retired from the Williamson County Sheriff's Office after 10 years of service with the department. She was the Local Rabies Control Authority for Williamson County as well as the Animal Control Field Supervisor for the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, where she oversaw a team of 5 Animal Control Officers.
During her time at the Sheriff's Office, she has excelled in promoting educational outreach for the community, including giving frequent public education presentations for children. She developed the fractious animal training program for employees of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department, as well as educational seminars on urban wildlife which she has presented at various events around Williamson County.
Tabitha holds certifications in; Basic and Advanced ACO, Collapsible Baton, OC Spray, X26 Taser, Rifle Qualification, Zoonotic Diseases, Verbal Judo, Herpetology Handling, Blood Sports Investigations, and Rabies Investigations. Tabitha is also Nationally Certified as an Animal Cruelty Investigator.
She lives in Hutto, TX with her husband, two daughters, three dogs, and two cats.