Thanks so much for the fantastic job the two of you did grooming my two samoyeds. Especially their baths. I simply can't manage them on my own. Not only that, they looked and felt and smelt lovely, and that is still the case, even after a week of walks and swims.
All 3 of us are truly grateful.
Jacqui has been grooming our cocker spaniel, Jock, for years. The mobile grooming is so convenient and takes the hassle out of dog grooming. I come home from work and he's all smart and beautiful again, just like that.
Jacqui has been grooming Archie for the past 6 years and from the first visitI knew Archie was in good hands. Archie can be a difficult dog, but Jacqui has him eating out of the palm of her hand - he is calm and well behaved in her presence and enjoys his grooming experience. AllI have to say is "Jacqui and Jaz are here" and he's wagging his tail. I thoroughly recommend Jacqui to all that want their dogs well groomed and happy with the process"
I first met Jacqui in 2004 whenI worked for a boarding kennel. She was the dog-groomer of my employers choice and we had high standards. Since that timeI have utilised Jacqui's skills in grooming my own dogs. I have a pomeranian called Mate, and a german shepherd x called Jess. Jacqui has always done an impeccable groom on both dogs.
Little Mate gets so hot in summer with his thick coat so after a shave she bathes him, dries him, then shaves his coat again. She shapes his face and paws nicely. He looks so smart and feels so much better afterwards. People often stop and ask me, "Who grooms him?" and say "he's is just so cute."
Jess's coat is entirely different. She is 13 years old, moults a lot and has arthritis. Jacqui always takes great care with her and after a brush bathes her and dries her off. It's amazing how many loose hairs come out.
Jacqui always checks their nails, ears and general health while she works and has offered me sound advice.
I would recommed Jacqui to any dog owner. She is caring anda genuine dog lover, and to top it off she comes to you so the dogs feel more comfortable in their own environment.