LEARN MORE ABOUT THE OWNER, GLENNY
Glenny is a Certified Pet Stylist graduate from the Academy of Animal Arts in Largo, Florida where she was acknowledged for her outstanding skills and styling in grooming. Glenny started her career in dog grooming as a salon dog bather in March 2016, and was promoted to Pet Stylist upon certification. Throughout her grooming career, Glenny continues her education by attending dog shows, and seminars to keep sharpening her skills, as grooming trends and styles are always changing.
Glenny has always had a passion for working with animals, and worked a few years as a veterinary technician at the AEC Emergency Animal Clinic in Miami, FL, where she gained skills in handling puppies, geriatric, and dogs in delicate health. She believes it is imperative to have a great deal of trust and patience when working with animals, as it is to effectively read a dog's body language. Glenny takes great pride in her work and has a "Quality over Quantity" grooming philosophy, she believes her work is an art and your dog is not just a paycheck.
A NOTE FROM GLENNY:
TO MY CLIENT FRIENDS...
As your groomer it is my pleasure and my responsibility to not only make your pup look and feel like a top dog, but to rest assured that your dog has the most calming, positive, and fun grooming experience during his/her visit with me.
I truly believe in positive energy, and as you may already know, dogs communicate with us through body language and energy (and trust me when I say that they read our energy better than we will ever read theirs). It is important for me to build a relationship with both you and your dog, as supposed to just putting them on my table and getting them groomed and done asap.
I work fast and efficiently, but I also want your pets to remember this is a fun and safe place when they sniff their way in my direction. Some dogs are naturally nervous and scared, and for this I posses professional training and skills that allow me to ease your dog into grooming procedures each and every time they come in. I also provide you, pet parents, with tips and exercises to practice at home, to help speed up the learning process for my fury clients.
Some of the main obstacles some dogs, and puppies being introduced to grooming have are the following: tolerating the loudness/pressure of blow driers, the touching/brushing, trimming or grinding of nails with dremels, even being sprayed with water. I have met dogs that do not get over certain obstacles no matter what training or positive techniques are tried, but giving up on you and your pup will not be my first choice.
I love what I do and I welcome you to my grooming studio where I will only provide you with genuine care, professionalism, and most importantly love, patience, and compassion for your pets as if they were my own. The two handsome boys with me in the picture below are my 11 year old miniature pinscher, Rico and my precious 3 year old border collie/aussie, Kai. Both have extraordinary personalities, and have me wrapped around their doggie toes, and I could not live without them.