Good Dog! Private Pet Grooming
I bring all grooming equipment and supplies and ask you to supply a towel. Bathing is done in the kitchen sink and grooming on counter top.
Dog Grooming in your home is a stress-free, quiet, familiar, and personal experience for your pet.
Stress-Free - 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.
Quiet - 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.
Familiar - 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.
Personal - 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, personal experience for your pet.
When we do pre-screen, what do we look for?
During the pre-screening process our CareForce team:
- Verifies profile information for accuracy
- Cross checks the Better Business Bureau for accreditation and reputation ratings
- Conducts an online media search for negative, newsworthy incidents
- Performs an overall reputation check by reading a sample of online reviews
Please note that the CareForce pre-screening results do not reflect a care provider's licensing status. Learn more about licensing information for child care centers and in-home day cares
Information reviewed during the pre-screening process can change at any time. Accordingly, please make sure you perform your own research on the care providers you are considering and feel completely comfortable with the company or individual you have selected. Ultimately, you are solely responsible for selecting an appropriate care provider for you and your family.