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Dog Grooming reviews in Post Falls

  • C
    Fur Falls Grooming
    I only used them once but they were not professional. They've very small, kind of like a one or two groomer shop. They were kind of old and did not seem all that clean. They didn't ask for any vaccinations; they just asked if it had been vaccinated, but did not ask for any proof.
    - Kelly H.
  • A
    K-9 COTTAGE
    My 5 month old puppys first grooming. The new owner very kindly and patiently answered all my questions on a prior scouting visit. At our appt they were very friendly and kind to my dog. I even heard them reassuring him after I had left him and shut the door. They were finished with him in slightly more than two hours. He got his ears cleaned and plucked, his feet trimmed and his face trimmed in addition to the regular bath and brush. I am pleased with the results and will definitely return.
    - Lori P.
  • A
    Star's Pet Grooming
    Terri did a great job and was very professional. The shop was clean and smelled very good. Our dogs did not seem to mind it as much as the previous groomer' place. We definitely will use Star Grooming from now on.
    - David J.
  • F
    Petco Animal Supplies Inc
    I dropped both of my dogs off at the Petco Grooming Center at the Coeur 'd Alene, ID facility. My larger dog, a retriever mix, is a nervous type. My other dog, an Aulstralian Shepherd is a sweet, happy to follow, fella. Stephanie, the gal at Petco took two of their leashes, the loop through kind, and attached them together and literally pulled the two dogs through the door to the facility at the same time. The little dog was literally choking. I stopped her and asked her to take the dogs one at a time. She was clearly miffed at my intervention. She took the larger dog, Howie to the back, I heard him yelp as she stuffed him into a kennel. Howie was a rescue from the animal shelter several years ago. He had been abused and abandoned as a puppy and is leary of some people naturally. At this point I had already asked to speak to the supervisor of the grooming facility. Star assured me that the dogs would be given superior care and that the expirences I was having were not the store norm. I reluctantly agreed, a decision I would later regret. Stephanie took Max, the smaller dog and I left. About two hours later, Stephanie, called to tell me that Max had bitten her. That she had tried to continue by putting a muzzle on him, but he went "beserk" (her words) and she was unable to continue. She also informed me that because Max is "agressive" he could no longer be groomed by Petco. I have 6 children. The oldest is 16 and the youngest is not quite two years old. As you can imagine, Max has had ample opportunity to be agressive due to roughhousing kids. NOT ONCE has he so much as nipped at a child. I was very skeptical and asked to speak to the supervisor. Star told me she was not aware of what actually took place,and agreed that Max had never been agressive in the past. (this was his 10th visit to Petco) I went to pick up my dogs. Neither had been fully groomed, no toenails clipped, or hair cuts. Max literally was half cut. I decided to keep my mouth shut and not argue with the groomer. I felt I was not getting the true story and did not wish to be lied to. I offered to pay for the two hours that the dogs were there, but Stephanie would not give me a ticket. She also said she did not appericaite being accused of hurting an animal. I had never accused her of anything, let alone of hurting Max. I took Max immediately to the vet. He has two broken ribs that he had not had when I took him to Petco. Apparently at some point after we left, she took my intervention out on the poor dog. I immediately called Petco and told them the vets findings. At this point all I wanted was an apology and payment for the vet bill. I recieved no apology, and an accusation that we caused the injury after we left. I have called the police, filed a report, contacted the BBB, filed a complaint, and will be calling an attorney on Monday morning. It disturbs me that a company that clearly has a vested interest in the health and well being of animals would employ such people. I agree that this is not the normal service I would recieve from Petco. But I did this time. My poor dog was injured in the process and that is inexcusable. I am disappointed that my complaint was handled in such a manner and that my animal was treated with so little regard. Stephanie could not show me where the dog had bitten her. I was willing to pay for any injury that she had incurred. When the vet was checking Max, he yelped, but did not even so much as turn to nip at him. Hummm, I wonder about her story.
    - Victoria B.
  • A
    Bubbles and Bows Pet Spa
    Great! Happy Puppies.
    - Richard R.
  • A
    Star's Pet Grooming
    unknown
    - Barbara M.
  • A
    K-9 COTTAGE
    unknown
    - john j.
  • A
    Bubbles and Bows Pet Spa
    unknown
    - john j.
  • A
    K-9 COTTAGE
    unknown
    - Michael M.
  • A
    Lakewood Animal Hospital
    unknown
    - William & Julie B.
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