Tuesday, January 28, 2014

PetSpa



I have a feeling I am going to be writing a LOT about these guys.  I heard from a groomer friend that he just went to work for them and the words he used were, "humane" and "professional".  Hmmmm....  So far, so good.  Thank God, I don't have to drive 45 minutes down to the other place if I can find a place closer to home for grooming (and since it is in Shaab - with plenty of decent restaurants around so I don't end up waiting at the Seashells resort).  Bada bing.  I've also heard that the obedience trainer that PetSpa has is from South Africa and has beaucoup de certifications and is gentle with dogs.  Mikey needs to go to school.

I still have been too damn lazy to call Doggy Day Care people.  Mike also needs to have his vaccinations completed before I do.

So much to do around a little farm....


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I use this grooming place often because they have western female groomers who are lovely and really love dogs. I have an older dog who has a skin condition, so their groomer is wonderful with my little family member. I prefer the truck to come to my home though because it is easier on my dog, but I have gone to their shop in Al-Rae for dog products and they also do grooming there. I liked that they brought a qualified staff to Kuwait from the West that broke the stereotypes. I hate, that in Kuwait, they hire by race and not by qualifications - even American companies do that here - it is not professional.

Amber Banegas said...

Yes, This place is great! When we had a dog, they did everything for us! In the end, we ended up giving the dog to the British fellow… (She had a skin condition that was harmful to me and my daughter) They treat the animals good!

Lindi Bergh said...

Desert Girl you can't go wrong with abovementioned trainer/behaviourist. Roxy (my Golden Retriever) and I were fortunate to train with her for approximately a year in Cape Town, S.A. and let me tell you our loss is most certainly your gain. Happy training.
Lindi and Roxy Begh