Junebug Grooming

Junebug Grooming

1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

I specialize in rescue animals and making pets look their best. I love helping animals feel better and look better by keeping their haircuts looking natural, smelling great, and staying cuddly. 

Formerly, I was the on-staff groomer at the animal shelter and now work full-time at a salon in Summerlin. I’m looking to expand my personal business with housecall grooming. The benefit is I come to you so your little one is close by and in a place theyre comfortable. I have experience with all types of breeds and personalities and I love working with all of them!

Developing a relationship with each dog and helping them feel and look great! I believe that grooming is love in action, both as an owner and groomer. Having two dogs myself, both from shelters, I know some take more patience than others and working with each dog is a chance to enjoy their unique personalities. 

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Las Vegas, NV 89149
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I prefer to have pictures of the pet sent with the request for grooming but a good description is great too! Once I can assess what the pet needs, I like to establish expectations of the grooming process and the best possible results I can produce. I can schedule a time block through text or email. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Im currently studying under a veteran groomer to better my skills  I’ve also trained at retail stores and online programs. I stay educated with current resource manuals, consulting with industry leaders, and extensive research. I enjoy diving in and researching everything I can before a groom to ensure I produce the best results. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

Any pet adopted from a shelter or rescue within the last 2 months gets a free bath a nd nailtrim, and half off the groom! (with proof of adoption). Baths normallt start at $35 for small pets and go up from there. A trim or full groom take more time and equipment, so they can range from $50-$80 depending on the size of your dog and the coat condition. I believe that no one should be held back from having their dog groomed because of cost so I am willing to work with you on price within reason. 

How did you get started in this business?

I started my grooming education after years of loving animals and getting a job at a retail store. After that, I continued my education through online classes and certifications while I groomed full-time at thw animal shelter. There, I learned patience, how to let the dog guide me through the process, and how to handle weird and difficult cases. I am currently working at a salon and studying under a veteran groomer to perfect and refine my skills. 

What types of customers have you worked with?

Every type! I have extensive experience in customer service and aim to please the dog owners I work with. I’ve also worked with a wode variety of dogs and coat types, so nothing scares me! 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

My favorite thing in the world is seeing a dog rediscover the world and their personality after a big transformation. When pounds of mats come off and you see their eyes thanking you, it’s the best feeling. 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

I would always look for a groomer that cares more about your pet’s comfort and health than demands of the customer. Grooming is about the animals and the best case scenario will allow a groomer to produce a haircut the customer wants. But the focus of the groomer should always be about the humane grooming and care of the animal, rather than putting he pet through a painful process just to get a tip. 

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

How much work are you willing to put in between groomings?

How matted is your pet?

How well does your pet handle new people?

Is your pet an indoor or outdoor pet?