A Comfortable and Safe Grooming Experience

How would your dog choose their groomer?

Have we ever thought about it? In many ways, we all have?  We ask the questions that they might, Will they be safe, comfortable, and calm.
These three are the goal of most pet parents. But it requires a few more questions to find out
If this is the Groomer for my pet. Some of those questions might be:
  • Is the Groomer Certified or has Grooming Credentials?
  • Is the Salon well-kept and clean?
  • Can I visit and/or tour the Salon?
  • How long does a Groom take?
  • Where will my pet be kept during, before, and after the groom?
  • What safety practices are in place and followed?
  • Can I stay with my dog during the grooming?
  • Is the Groomer first aid trained?
  • Do other Vets and I recommend the Groomer?
All of these questions are ones every parent should ask and have answered by their new groomer. Your pet will visit the groomer on average 180 times in their lifetime. That is
720 hours or more, so it is important that you are comfortable with the groomer, the salon, and the grooming process.

So let’s answer some of these questions:

  • Little Barks Grooming has one groomer, Miss Kim. Education and Safe practices are very important to me. Some of the credentials I (Miss Kim) have are Master Pet Aesthetician Diploma, Master Grooming Behavior Specialist Diploma, Professional Grooming Credentials through the World Pet Association Diploma, AKC S.A.F.E Certified Groomer and Salon. Certified Canine Esthetician, and many more. For a list, see the website.
  • Little Barks prides itself on having a clean and sanitized salon. In addition, we have cameras covering the entire shop for safety and accountability.