“It’s considerably more amicable than owning a shop where you need to take different canines and they all feed off that vitality,” said Lugo. “They’re every one of the a little anxious when they will get their shower. There’s a great deal of commotion. It’s not the scene I needed to be in. I feel like when you do it one on one, you don’t transform the creatures experience into a business.”
Preparing hounds, as one would envision, is altogether different that hairdressing
“My clients never peed on me! No one attempted to chomp me!” chuckled Lugo. The Good Life dog groomer in Owens Cross Roads Alabama is ran and worked carefully by Lugo herself. She gives all the essential prepping administrations, for example, showers, nails, ears, hair styles, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg, yet the manner in which things are done dislike anyplace else. She gives whatever the breed needs or whatever the customer demands. The canine is taken care of just by Lugo and just one pooch at once. She hand dries them and even makes custom made chicken liver treats for the canines. Besides, they all return home with a goody pack!
“To me each and every pooch has a clever character,” she said. “They do unforeseen things and it doesn’t beat having somebody so glad to see you consistently with their tails swaying, paying little respect to what you need to do
“It’s been a gift. A major gift,” Lugo said. “I have an inclination that I’ve resigned at 50 since I’m not working. Individuals would believe I’m working yet I’m definitely not. I’m dealing with creatures throughout the day so I don’t feel like I’m working. Like they state, do what you cherish and you never work multi day in your life.”
As far a value, it relies upon what the canine needs, not simply on the pooch’s size. Costs could be somewhere in the range of $45 and up.
“It’s the best value that I figure the customer should pay. The canine gets dealt with from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail!” she said.
The Good Life Dog Grooming truck can be spotted around Rockland County, Bergen County and here and there even in Westchester County. Search for the logo in favor of the van or call 845-729-WOOF to converse with Christine Lugo today.