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08/29/2016
By: Don S.
Shaggy Dog Pet Grooming
Andrew has always done a fantastic job. Pricing is well worth it and he is really good with animals. Keep up the good work. I am a customer for life.
03/31/2016
By: ashley2434
Groomingdales Salon & Paw-tique
I live out of town and had to cancel due to bad roads, the owner then rudely told me I had to pay over the phone because I had called ahead of time to cancel? Thought that was a curtesy? Yeah lost my business!!!
08/27/2015
By: Julie B.
Country Dog Pet Grooming
Friendly and a good groomer!
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04/02/2015
By: Jody F.
Dog Gone Grooming
I have had nothing but exceptional service here. Julie has been caring and knowledgeable in taking care of my pets. I would highly recommend her. Also her rates are very reasonable.
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09/13/2014
By: Julie B.
Shaggy Dog Pet Grooming
Andrew is a good groomer and the dogs always look great! His attention to detail is appreciated and his love for dogs is obvious.
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12/02/2013
By: Tanya B.
The Salon At Lovable Pets
Rae is the absolute best with my dogs and I have some whiners in the group about toe nails. Do make sure that the tech completely understands the breed of dog you are bringing in. I had a Chinese crested powder puff that the girl gave some sort of poodle/shih tsu cut. She is no longer there but is still a good idea to watch them. Except Rae, she has a good head on her shoulders and the ability to open the dog breed grooming book.
08/13/2013
By: brookewuthrich1
Shaggy Dog Pet Grooming
Never will I ever take my dog back. He did not do what I asked and gave my dog the most uneven cut. Plus when I found out he was training a new girl I wanted to run out with my dog because I knew it was going to end horribly. Like it did. It didn't take me long to notice how bad of a job he had done!
03/13/2013
By: kimm55
Dog Gone Grooming
My apologies. My mother has been experiencing some memory issues for some time now. And it is evident that it's only getting worse. She somehow mistakenly thought she took her dog to Dog Gone Grooming when indeed she had not. Her dog was at the Vet Clinic. However, it was still extremely frustrating to leave several voice messages on Sat and Sun AND for my mother to have left notes on the door of this business only to get NO replies! And now a person from this business is calling me every morning at 7:30 a.m. local time. Really? Where were those calls when I was desperate to talk to someone at the business over the weekend? This whole thing would have been easily resolved without all of this misunderstanding and frustration had the owners been attentive to their voice mails on their business phone in the first place. Having said that, I do apologize for the misunderstanding on my part.
Tips & Advices
Many people fear that their pet will be injured at the groomer, but incidents of serious injury are infrequent. For minor injuries , it is appropriate the groomer pay the vet bill, and can usually be worked out between groomer and owner. For moderate to severe injuries, you can attempt to activate groomer’s liability insurance to cover medical expenses. However, be aware that most groomer contracts stipulate that the business does not assume responsibility.
Staff at groomers know that there is inherent risk when handling animals, and they are familiar with being snapped at or bitten. However, it is not a normal occurrence or something you should ignore. Many people choose to cover medical expenses or pay extra--at minimum, apologize and get the dog into behavior classes. It is a given that  you should sedate or muzzle the animal for all future grooming sessions.
It is always recommended to make an appointment to get your pet groomed. While some groomers, especially in the larger pet stores, can accommodate with short notice, popular neighborhood groomers are often booked out two weeks out or longer on weekends.
If your pet has sensitive skin, let the groomer know when you set the appointment. But be aware, all dogs have sensitive skin by human standards--their skin is much thinner. Therefore, you should be on the lookout for signs of sensitivity, and reduce it through regular grooming with gentle, natural shampoo and conditioner. Oatmeal shampoo is a favorite. Daily brushouts and omega oil supplements are recommended for every day at-home care.
For various reasons including insurance clauses and pet-owner relationship dynamics and behaviors, groomers prefer owners don’t stay with their pets while being groomed.

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