The grooming salon environment can be stressful for your dog. It has new smells, new noises, other animals, and people constantly coming and going.
Your home is a stress-free place for your dog.
In a salon environment there are other dogs barking, crying, or whining. There are noises from cage dryers and other groomers with dryers and clippers. Worse, in some salons groomers yell at the dogs.
At home, your dog will hear only the noise associated with his or her own grooming. And no yelling, ever.
A salon is an unknown environment for your pet. Even the groomer can't say for sure what other dogs will be there when your dog is getting groomed.
Home is familiar and comfortable. Any people or animals in your home are known by your dog.
A salon grooming usually means more than one person handling your dog - and not necessarily the same people each visit.
At home, your dog will get to know me and trust me. Grooming will be a positive experience for your pet.
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Being able to spend sometime with these cute little fur babies, the little dance they do for there owner after they get there haircut and the smile on the owners face when they see them for the 1st time.
Friendliness, compassion, knowledge & professionalism are important characteristics in any business. Skye & I received all these characteristics from RoseGrooming.
I've been following Rose for years. She use to groom my yorkie before she passed away and now I bring my shihtzu to her. I would never trust my babies in the hands of anyone else.
When I first meet the pet I go over the coat and check out the conditioning of their skin/coat. Discuss when they would like there pet to look like and if the pet has any health or behavioral issues.
Next I put down a drop cloth to collect any fur that may drop and then I set up my table and tools.
Depending on the size of the pet I then wash them either in your bath tub or sink.
I have over 15 years of grooming experience I apprenticed under numerous master groomers and attend seminars by some of the top groomers in the country to keep perfecting my craft.
Prices start at $65 and goes up depending on breed, size , condition of coat and complexity of the haircut.
I was a bather/fluffer for a year before my mentor starting teaching me how to groom.
My favorite part of grooming is of course spending time with the pups but I really love the look on the owners faces when they see them after there grooming.