D Tails in Cumming, GA with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.D'tails Pet Grooming Salon

    1242 Highway 124

    Hoschton,GA

    19.85 mi

  • 2.Dtails Pet Spa Inc

    2615 Peachtree Pkwy Ste 220

    Suwanee,GA

    8.05 mi

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10/30/2014
By: Sam H.
K9 Grooming Cottage
I am very sorry that your experience was like this. We usually tell our clients up to two hours for grooming. Your dog was not just a bath, it required clipping and some hand scissor work. Today was very busy due to holiday grooming, we try to make sure we give people a reasonable estimate of time, to make sure of no disappointments. As to the car seats in my lobby, theyr are only there because this is a busy time and we pick up and drop off quite a few clients for the owners convenience. I'm sorry if this seemed out of place to you, but they do not stay there in a constant basis. It would be ridiculous to replace and remove the seats everyday until the holiday is over.As for the music that was playing: It was Seal, which is not provocative. The music is only there to calm the dogs. I do not play inappropriate music in my shop.We thank you for your patience at this busy time and regret your dissatisfaction. Sincerely, K-9 Grooming Cottage
07/18/2013
By: kleed121
You Dirty Dog
I have mixed feelings about this place. Great hours, great location and my dog always feels great after picking her up. The main lady there (sorry, cannot remember her name) is fantastic and super nice. But when I call to make an appointment sometimes it's "we're full" to "you don't have to make an appointment, just come in whenever." So which is it? And although you can hear dogs barking when I do call, the call itself cuts in/out and they speak very low, sometimes it's hard to hear what they are saying and when you ask to repeat themselves they sound frustrated. Over all it's a good place but sometimes it can be frustrating when trying to make an appointment, especially when one person says you don't have to and the other person tells me they are booked up.
09/05/2013
By: jackie.short.566
K9 Grooming Cottage
My girlfriend brought my dog here to be groomed. I haven't seen the inside, so I can't comment there, but my girlfriend loves the owner/employees and they made my little angel so beautiful! They are incredibly reasonable in pricing and less than 5 mins from my house! So happy!
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04/12/2012
By: shelliedog
Never Ending Tails
I called for a last minute appointment and they said to come on in. They did a great job with my little Jack-a-poo, "Rascal". They were nice and gave him a very handsome cut. I will certainly go back the next time he needs clipping.
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