As pet owners ourselves we know that your pets are not just animals, they're your family and deserve to be treated as such. There are many benefits to mobile grooming to take into consideration.
Less Stress and Anxiety:
No stressful car rides to and from the grooming salon. While some dogs love endless car rides, others become very anxious. With a mobile groomer your pup can hang out at the house and wait for us to come to them.
One to two hour service at your home. You do not have to waste your day with 2-4 trips to the salon. Perfect for the multi-pet home!
No cages. For dogs that aren't kennel trained at home, being stuck in a cage can be a terrifying experience. In a lot of grooming salons, once a pet is bathed they are placed in a kennel with a cage dryer on it to help them dry quicker. For pets that are scared of cages as it is, having a fan blow air in their face at the same time just multiplies their fear. We provide on the table fluff drying which is more comfortable for your pet and reduces drying time.
One on one attention. When at a stand alone grooming salon the stress of being left alone, and locked in a cage is very upsetting. Once they finally do receive the attention of the pet groomer, they are sometimes treated hastily in an effort to finish as quickly as possible. In many instances, the traditional grooming experience is quite similar to a production line. With Exquisite Touch your pup gets our undivided attention at all times. All Appointments are scheduled in a way to allow us to take our time with each pet including those who are elderly or with special needs.
Safety is our primary concern. Dogs are NEVER left unattended in tubs or on tables. Tubs and surfaces are sanitized after every appointment so that your pup does not come into contact with any doggy germs. Eliminating exposure to other animals and their diseases and parasites helps your pet remain in good health.
No tranquilizers! While some pets require sedation to make the grooming process safe for them and their groomer. We do NOT sedate pups and will NOT take in a pet that has been sedated. As stated before, safety is our primary concern and grooming while under sedation should only be done under the supervision of a Veterinarian.