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Cheryl has groomed our Yorkies since we adopted them starting in 2002. In fact, our first Yorkie whose name was Coach, was mal-nourished and traumatized from the breeder when we rescued him. Cheryl was very gentle with him and made a connection. We were always happy with how she and her helpers treated our Coach. Our dog became very well adjusted and we got another Yorkie named Playa in 2005. When coach died, we got another Yorkie named Champ. All of our Yorkies have met Ms Cheryl and ...view morehave loved her. We would recommend that if you need a caring groomer, you go to see All Breed. Her hours are great and she is very flexible. There are dog treats and a "home" like feel to her place. We have been clients for ten years and we HIGHLY recommend All Breed Pet Grooming for all of your pets needs.view lessShare Review
We requested a cocker cut. The store owner is the groomer; she completely shaved dog's belly surgical style merely "because a lot of people like it." She thinks this is the thing to do because it "makes it easy for owners." It is usually done only in case of matting. Even in such cases, shaving should be minimalized and only with the owner's permission. News flash to groomer: Dogs do not like to be shaved down. My dog has been miserable and stays alone near...view more the bathroom cool tile to comfort herself.
She claims she gave an "American, not an English cocker cut" that she calls blending. Result: the dog was just shaven very short all over with the exception of a half inch deep skirt on the side. It was not grooming, American or English. It was shaving. She even took off the ears completely. While I like to see cocker's ears cut short so that they are light weight, my cocker's ears resemble those of a beagle. The tail was not rounded and the buttocks hair was left long enough to be sullied. This area & the skirt were the only parts not completely shaven. Her choice seems a weird, unhygenic omission for the main part of the dog that any reasonable dog owner would want carefully trimmed.
My cocker had beautiful curls and long hair. It was of various lengths following a surgery 5 months prior. I had trimmed myself following surgery not wanting her to be handled by another. There was plenty of length to make a fantastic style. I expected her to even it up and without warning she just shaved her naked.
The owner is incompetent, arrogant, and negligent. She didn't care in the least that I didn't like her work.view less
the vet had shaved the ears so he could sew them shut. she was tired of ear infections.the dog is now deaf.hollowed out the arm pits they were matted.cleaned out the stomach and between the legs all the long nasty dirty hair. the dog layed on the bathroom floor because it felt so good not because she was uncomfortable.It had gone in to the high eighties that week.there was plenty of hair left on the legs. I had to blend them in from Tara taking hand fulls of hair on both back legs and cutting it straight off top hip area ,middle of the leg and lower leg. She had also cut the feet to where the toes showed and where pointy.Cockers are susp0se to have round fluffy feet. the dog looked 110% better leaving than it did coming in.Had not been groomed in a year.I do not use surgical blades they are 40-50 blades. the closest blade I use is a 10.she had also taken those same pair of kitchen scissors and cut the skirt straight across up to the elbows. Once again a Cocker is to have a long free flowing skirt.the dog was not shaved all over.Just in the underneath areas that REALLY needed it.would not wish her on any shop.she is a know it all and nasty she has REAL problems!!!