Scenthound Reveals New CFO and Chief Veterinarian



Scenthound welcomed two leaders to its corporate team, Donald H. Noble as chief financial officer and James MacLean as chief veterinarian.

Noble joins Scenthound with experience over 15 years of c-suite experience. He has helped over 30 companies start, thrive during ultra-high growth, raise capital and execute strategic directions. He has worked for both franchisees and franchisors throughout his career. About a month before being introduced to Scenthound, Noble and his wife Ashley adopted a rescue dog named TomTom. 

“As a dog lover, the brand itself piqued my interest, but [CEO] Tim Vogel is the reason I had to join the team,” said Noble. “He is a visionary and the brand is poised for extreme growth under his leadership.”

MacLean brings 26 years of veterinary expertise to Scenthound, in addition to his business experience from running and selling pet hospitals and earning his MBA from Georgetown. As chief veterinarian, MacLean will help strengthen Scenthound’s grooming strategy and advise staff from a health and medicine perspective.

“Scenthound is a rare find,” said MacLean. “They’re more than just grooming, and I think what they’re doing in terms of dog preventative care has so much potential to disrupt the pet health industry.”

“This is an exciting time for Scenthound as we continue to build up our team of amazing leaders who will help us on our expansion journey,” said Vogel. “I have no doubt that both Don and James will do incredible jobs in providing the foundation we need for growth and help us accomplish our goal of helping as many dogs as we can.”


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