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    Our regular groomer left PetSmart so we have been looking for a new place to take Harlea. We just had a Pet Club open up so we are going to give them a shot on Monday as my wife basically interviewed them this morning. She was impressed with the head groomers knowledge and the services they provided. One that that she was really happy about though was they only use 100% natural products and mix shampoos in house specific to each dogs needs whether it is allergies, dry skin or other things. So we will see how it goes. I hope it works out.
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    Where is it located?


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    In Copperfield. The Kroger center at West and Hwy 6. There is also one by you in Cinco Ranch on Westhiemer.
    Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.

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    Sounds good!

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    Omg, they better be careful with the baby!
    My smooshy face boy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    Omg, they better be careful with the baby!
    My wife is planning on staying while she is groomed to see how it goes so we will see.
    Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.

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    Sounds good.... sure hope it all goes well.

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    Hope everything works out… our groomer is amazing, and it's so nice to be able to trust someone w/your babies!!!

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    I figured someone would stay with her. It is completely nerve racking trying something new with these guys!
    My smooshy face boy!

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    Yeah. The girl that had the most success trimming Ambers toenails left Petsmart here too and I am at a loss for where she went. She was the only one who gained Ambers trust enough to get the job done in an hour. Amber still bit at the clippers and howled but at least the girl wasn't afraid of Amber and would talk to her and get it done. The others see Amber coming and immediately run for the hills. Amber sees them and starts bucking, pulling, screaming (yeah not barking, screaming like a stuck pig) even before she sees the trimmers. Needless to say, Ambers toenails look more like talons right now. It is too stressful for me and her so we haven't been at Petsmart lately, we are trying......digging in the garden area to see if we can work on the toenails naturally. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatina38 View Post
    Yeah. The girl that had the most success trimming Ambers toenails left Petsmart here too and I am at a loss for where she went. She was the only one who gained Ambers trust enough to get the job done in an hour. Amber still bit at the clippers and howled but at least the girl wasn't afraid of Amber and would talk to her and get it done. The others see Amber coming and immediately run for the hills. Amber sees them and starts bucking, pulling, screaming (yeah not barking, screaming like a stuck pig) even before she sees the trimmers. Needless to say, Ambers toenails look more like talons right now. It is too stressful for me and her so we haven't been at Petsmart lately, we are trying......digging in the garden area to see if we can work on the toenails naturally. lol
    Have you ever tried using a Dremel? We were never able to find someone we trusted to cut Frank's nails and I would do it myself but it is very stressful and I cut the quick one time and it traumatized me and poor Frank. Then I got a Dremel and it has been so much better. It is so easy to keep up with his nails now.

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    Our regular groomer left PetSmart so we have been looking for a new place to take Harlea. We just had a Pet Club open up so we are going to give them a shot on Monday as my wife basically interviewed them this morning. She was impressed with the head groomers knowledge and the services they provided. One that that she was really happy about though was they only use 100% natural products and mix shampoos in house specific to each dogs needs whether it is allergies, dry skin or other things. So we will see how it goes. I hope it works out.
    How did the new groomer do with Harlea?
    Happiness is a warm bulldog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biogirl71 View Post
    How did the new groomer do with Harlea?
    She was late due to flooding so we had to reschedule for next week.
    Bulldogs are like potato chips. You just can't stop with one.

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