Looking Good Grooming
7741 1/2 24th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98117
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08/21/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Took my little Yorkie there 3 years ago for his first nail clipping, the woman cut 4 nails too short, they were bleeding and he screamed his head off. Why would I go again...? Well, major lapse in judgment. Friend recommended them recently for grooming and driving by today, 8-21-2010 I really thought this would not happen again.
The same woman was there and I asked her to be careful so she would not cut too short as I got him finally to a point where nail clipping is no longer a struggle. The first front paw was ok, she was doing it so quick I was wondering how she knows without checking how far she can cut. Unfortunately while doing his second paw she literally cut half of the third nail off, blood spurted out, he cried, she went quickly for the powder to stop the bleeding. Needless to say I did not let her finish and stormed out of there saying ""never again"". She did not even say that she is sorry... I will never go back again. Cutting too close to the quick can happen to anybody, it happened to me too when I used to trim my lab's nails. But whacking off half of a little dog's nail is just plain careless.
I really believe the reason they are still in business is that the pets can't talk and if you are not there you never know what goes on.
03/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My recent experience at Looking Good was HORRIBLE! I had my long-haired my cat groomed at ""Looking Good.""
First of all there were dogs everywhere in the room, yipping, barking etc., some kenneled and one large dog leashed near the cat's grooming table. To quiet the barking dogs, the groomer kicked the dog cages!
Then, to groom my cat she yanked him up to the table repeatedly BY THE TAIL, as if it were a handle. The more upset the cat got the more she dragged him around on the table--by the tail, the hind foot, whatever. This ""groomer"" was insane. She needs an assistant, animal handling knowledge--or maybe she just needs to be closed down! If a cat is difficult to groom, refuse to work on the cat or get some assistance -- don't abuse the animal! Unfortunately, the incident happened when there was a large (leashed) dog between myself and the groooming table, and I hesitated too much to intervene. We *did* ask her to stop her behavior, but she ignored us completely. Everything happened so quickly, I wish in hindsight I had the presence of mind to run over and get my cat away from her but I was horrified and frozen in shock. My cat and I were both traumatized by this incident! Needless to say, we will never return.