Taken out of their comfort zones, pets can become anxious and stressed, especially when it comes to grooming. That’s why the staffers at Dog & Cats Mobile Pet Grooming bring their shears, clippers, and cleaners directly to their clients’ homes, letting dogs and cats feel safe and relaxed during their grooming sessions. They accommodate furry companions of all breeds and sizes, bathing them before clipping their nails, cleaning their ears, and trimming their fur into breed-appropriate styles. They then clean pets’ ears, express their glands, and even brush their teeth, ensuring that their breath is fresher than the morning dew on a mountaintop free of wet dogs.
There's no universal process when it comes to dog and cat grooming. The right haircut or shampoo treatment varies greatly depending on a number of factors, such as your pet's weight, fur type, and profession. Luckily, every groomer at Perfection Pet Care Boutique & Grooming possesses a minimum of 10 years experience, so they're familiar with felines and canines of all breeds and sizes. Working at the storefront or on location during mobile visits, the groomers makeover pooches by bathing their fur and give cats lion-inspired cuts. If necessary, Perfection Pet's groomers can also target issues such as matted fur or fleas.
There's much more to owning a pet than just feeding it, walking it, and paying off its gambling debts. A pet needs constant warmth and personal attention. That's why the skilled pet enthusiasts from Critter Sitters visit homes to take care of dogs and cats while their owners are away. The team personalizes its pet care regimens according to the needs of each animal, which may require daily walks or relaxing belly rubs. Critter Sitters' pet experts can also visits homes to water beloved plants.
Born into a family of equestrians, Jesslynn Saxton spent her summers on a horse farm, learning to ride at an early age. At 15, after having had some success in riding competitions, she took a job as a stable apprentice and dreamed of opening her own riding school. Today, as the founder of Saxton Equestrian, Jesslynn is an accomplished rider, trainer, and stable manager with more than 20 years of experience. Harboring an innate passion for teaching, she holds lessons and training sessions and volunteers with Project R.I.D.E., a nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic riding instruction for persons with disabilities.
Jesslynn?s horse sanctuary, Clay Station Ranch, sits on 23 acres of green pastures, upon which five barns house 40 stalls. The ranch?s two outdoor arenas allow riders to sharpen their skills under blue skies, and a lighted indoor arena features all-weather felt footing, irrigated grass turnouts, wash racks with hot water, viewing areas, and a riders? lounge, where equestrians can kick back and relax after going on an exhausting ride or failing to teach the horses how to neigh in a British accent.
ChaCha's Doggie Day Care keeps dogs frolicking most of the day before letting them pass out in private suites equipped with bedding, chew toys, and relaxing music. Encouraging canine exercise, the cage-free facility features climate-controlled indoor and outdoor play areas equipped with pools, hoses, snuggle blankets, balls, and hand-shaped seats large enough to make mastiffs imagine life as a chihuahua. Thanks to a 24-hour webcam system, owners can watch as their pooches play, eat, and sleep. ChaCha's Doggie Day Care adamantly adheres to rules and regulations in place to protect the safety and health of both workers and furry guests.
Elsie Lodde grew up on a farm surrounded by her own menagerie. She bottle-fed her first homeless kittens and bunnies at a young age and began bringing home and caring for strays in her free time as an adult. She started working for a national rescue group but grew unhappy with the group's restrictions and decided to rescue dogs on her own. Elsie founded Recycled Pets Norcal to give homeless animals a chance they might not otherwise get in shelters. The entire staff consists of volunteers, who foster many animals in their own homes before finding adoptive families for them in Northern California, vowing to follow up with each adoption to ensure the animals don't return to shelters. The organization also spays or neuters homeless animals and assists dogs' adoptive families with training, food, and transportation to veterinary appointments.