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Well, she did not give them a bath. She said nails first and groom, then my cats would not stay in her control.Dec 12, 2019Verified
Leslie has helped our family for over six years, even on short notice, if she can't come personally, she will send someone reliable from the rescue to fill in. We have seen the work she does with nursing care from the injured animals and with our own pets that clearly demonstrates her devotion and love of animals. Her costs are very reasonable, but if she charged triple what she does, we'd still look to her before someone else. Leslie can groom horses, dogs and cats. She'll even take the time to dematt a cat rather than shamefully shaving a long haired cat. She is patient and non stress causing to fractious and older pets. She shows up when expected to and takes excellent care of pets. We have no complaints for improvements.Mar 11, 2015
Leslie was so caring and gentle with my cat. I would highly recommend her.Jan 22, 2020Verified
My cat had really bad matted hair to the point I thought he’d need a full on shave. Turns out he didn’t- he just needed patience and care like the type that Leslie provided for us today. She was so careful and did such a great job helping my cat out. I’d recommend her to anyone!Jul 11, 2019Verified
Leslie was very kind towards both of my cats, both gave her a hard time & she took it all in stride. I would hire her again.Aug 1, 2019Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Depends on job; what all is needed done, the size of the animal, the temperment of the breed and the travel expense. We do offer multi-pet discounts as well as for regularly scheduled business.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Getting acquainted with both the client and the pet. Finding out what is important about the grooming or specifics of handling the pet and sitting jobs.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Started out as a kennel worker when I was eleven years old. Trained and worked my way up to groomer, then assistant and then Technician. I have a pre-Veterinary degree in college and an associates degree in Veterinary Technology, being within the top 2% of my class.