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Courtesy Notice

Lakeside Grooming is located at our home. There are a couple things I'd like to make note of, for both your safety, your dog's happiness, and our sanity.  Thank you!

For You...  Several Stairs and Controlling Your Dog?

In order to reach the dog shop there are several stairs to walk down. If you have troubles walking, or controlling your dog on a leash, please let me know. I'd be more than happy to meet you at the top of the driveway to fetch your pooch for you. And at the end of the day, I'll walk him back up and you won't have to worry about the steps at all. This would be my pleasure (even in the wintry months).  Please just let me know...

For Me... Leashes, Potty Area, and Gardens

1) Please leash your dog...

In order to restrain them from walking through our gardens or running around the property. And to prevent them from peeing and pooping everywhere. Urine kills plants, and we have invested a lot in our yard. There is a clearly marked "potty" area.  In the woods by the dog shop, near the hydrant...

2) Please walk your dog well (let them out at your house) the morning of your appointment. (even in the rain and cold) It will help them empty out and get some exercise prior to the day in the shop.

3) Try not to feed your dog breakfast the day of your appointment. It will lead to their discomfort and sometimes a mess.  Each dog does get walked mid-afternoon for a potty break, but our schedules are not always in sync.

4) Prior to walking into the shop, if you find your dog might need to "empty" himself again, please walk him in the wooded area by the fire hydrant.  It will also allow him a moment to sniff and get comfortable with the surroundings.

5) If your dog has an accident on the steps or driveway, please notify me so I can pick it up to ensure the next customers don't end up stepping in it.

Thank you very much. Your understanding and cooperation is deeply appreciate.