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Luz A.
Report | 2 months ago
Excellent caring groomers
Shannon H.
Report | 7 months ago
Bring shot records! She does a great job and really loves what she does and it shows!
Kevin T.
Report | 7 months ago
Awesome service!
Erika D.
Report | 10 months ago
She did a great job on his haircut and made it a good experience overall
David H.
Report | a year ago
They did a nice job and were patient with our dog, who can be a bit temperamental.
Melinda G.
Report | a year ago
Very nice owners. Also, took time to share some helpful information with me about the breed of dog that I had. My dog was not an easy one to work with since it was her first time to go to a groomer and they did a fantastic job with her. Highly recommend!!
Diane S.
Report | a year ago
They were very pleasant to work with. Our dog came back w/ a great haircut and smelling soooooo good!
Debbie P.
Report | a year ago
Best groom we've ever gotten! Will definitely go back!
Carol S.
Report | 2 years ago
My dog looks great. I will definitely be back. She did an AWESOME job!
Kim T.
Report | 2 years ago
They were very friendly and personable!
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Thanks to parents who encouraged a love of animals, Leslie Rosales woke up every morning to a chorus of whinnying horses, yapping dogs, mewing cats, and squawking chickens. Trimming the long locks of her a family brood of cocker spaniels, Leslie quickly picked up grooming and animal-whispering skills. Over the course of a lengthy career as a vet assistant, she grew fed up with what she considered poor treatment of pets, so she started her own grooming shop with a bankroll of just $400.

Years later, Leslie sold that shop and attempted to retire, but her clients prodded her to return to her beloved profession. First-time sessions take a bit longer, Leslie warns, because she monitors the dog's reaction to each new touch. She clips a nail or two at a time or allows the scissors to lop off a few curls of hair around one ear, before stepping back to reward the dog with praise and love. The process eases pooches into the session and test?s each animal?s mood, much the way one dips a toe into a chocolate fountain to make sure it's warm enough to jump into.

Leslie also offers fresh food for dogs allergic to the standard canine diet of commercial pet kibble and mailman tears. The salon also maintains a pet food pantry for pets of low-income households.

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