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04/16/2016
By: Karen P.
Faan
Well, the store itself isn't too shabby, it is a bit small, but they keep it clean. The lady who takes your order behind the counter is super nice. Also, the food is really good, like- you don't feel yucky after eating it or like you just committed a sin against your body. I like this place a lot and I hope it sticks around for awhile!
07/11/2012
By: triciasouthernspark
Childress Vineyards
Following our exceptional meal at The Bistro at Childress Vineyards, we went outside where a painting class was being held beside a grassy dance floor. The DJ was playing "Cupid Shuffle" and other songs that make those of us with little to no rhythm shake our money makers like we know what we are doing. It was a great way to work off the light spring meal featured inside the Bistro, where we had exceptional service for a party of eight women celebrating the impending marriage of our dear friend. The menu changes regularly, but the Trifecta, which is an app, entree and dessert along with two ounce pours of wines that complement each was a big winner at our table. The price and portions were ideal, and the flavors were diverse and tasty. It is also easy to go gluten-free via the notations on the menu. There is a kids's menu, but let's not bring them. Childress is a lovely place reminiscent of an Italian countryside vineyard. Bringing the kids will remind you that you aren't on vacation, but in the middle of nowhere Lexiington, NC. Don't ruin the illusion.
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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