A LITTLE BIT ABOUT KELLIE
Always an animal lover, Kellie achieved her qualifications in canine behaviour and training in 2006 and has worked at local obedience clubs and as a groomer ever since. After working in the salon environment, Kellie established Muddy Dogs in 2009 and took her work on the road to reach more of those that needed some special care.
Her qualifications in dog behaviour help her understand and control dogs that do not appreciate the grooming process. She is a firm believer in a very calm and gentle grooming process.
Kellie still instructs obedience and conducts behaviour consultations, running grooming workshops and seminars as well as attending some herself to keep her skills and knowledge up to date.
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DOG CLIPPING AND GROOMING FAQS
We have put up the 5 most common questions asked. Please feel free to call us if we can help with any other queries you may have.
We do our very best to get your dog done as quickly as possible. We begin your dog's grooming as soon as you drop it off. We like to say that it will take about three hours, but many times it will be less. We will call you right when the grooming is finished and the dog is ready to be picked up.
We will do our best to keep the hair as close as possible to the desired length first. Unfortunately, trying to comb out mats is painful for the dog and can be dangerous. If the mats are tight, the safest and most comfortable option for the dog is to cut the hair short.
My salon is very small but you are very welcome to stay and observe.
This is a very good and important question to ask any groomer because your pet's safety is at stake. Please ask this no matter where you decide to take your pet for grooming. I use towels, fans, and no-heat blow-dryers. Hot and dangerous cage dryers are not used at my salon.