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Grooming Your Pet Can Keep Them Healthy and Happy

There are a full range of services when it comes to pet grooming—from a basic trim to hand stripping and full bath—that will leave a pet feeling pampered. “Pet grooming is not just for looks, it’s also for the health and well-being of the animal,” says Karen Aldrich, founder of Premier Pet Salon.

At Premier Pet Salon, these services are taken to next level. The only salon in Minnesota where all its full-time groomers are certified by the National Association of Professional Creative Groomers, Premier Pet specializes in a “straight through” service where trained staff work with pets one at a time. “We focus on one-on-one attention,” says Aldrich. “We work with pets individually to make it is as low stress as possible and give the best quality that we can.”

Over the years, Aldrich says that cat grooming has become more common as people recognize that cats do not actually clean themselves. However, cats are typically more difficult to deal with than dogs due to their distinct coat type and more reclusive nature. To tackle this, Premier Pet strives to offer a quiet and comfortable environment where cats can be tenderly treated. “We also have a great groomer on staff who loves to work with cats,” Aldrich says.

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Dog Spaw pet-grooming salon opens in Woodbury

After seven years of pet-grooming experience, Jordan Perri opened her own Woodbury pet salon, Dog Spaw, earlier this year. Starting as a groomer assistant in Las Vegas, Perri moved in and out of several salons and served as an apprentice in Utah, all the while knowing that she could develop a better business plan someday.

Whether it’s trying to find the time, or getting your pet to behave and sit still, Perri knows  at-home grooming can be a challenge. “Doing it at home can cause discomfort and unnecessary anxiety for the dog if the owner isn't confident in what they’re doing,” Perri says.

Perri, who owns a Shih Tzu and a toy poodle, has a passion for taking care of her clients’ pets and likes to add an artistic flair to otherwise boring haircuts. The environment of the salon is also important to Perri; the goal is to make every pet feel comfortable, like they are being left with a family member.

The building’s interior design is intrinsically tied to this goal. Each aspect of the salon’s services (bathing, drying, grooming, consulting) is separated into its own area to give pets and their groomers more privacy and less distraction.

With five groomers, Dog Spaw specializes in poodles, terriers, sporting dogs and mixed breeds, but the staff is knowledgeable about other breeds as well. Additionally, Dog Spaw offers blueberry facials, arthritis baths, color treatments and show grooming.

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The Gold Standard

Peggy Hilton’s parents started Goldwood Kennels in Dellwood as a breeding facility for their golden retrievers. While they were known for years as the breeder of one of the top golden retriever bloodlines in the world, the couple became inactive in the s.

This didn’t last long, as Peggy and her husband, Frank, caught the animal bug and started up again in the s. They bred and trained goldens for 10 years before moving to their current location in White Bear Lake, starting with just four kennels, then expanding to “We needed more [kennels] because our neighbors kept calling us up and saying, ‘Could you take care of my dog for me?’ ” Peggy says. “And we weren’t even charging people at that point.”

The Goldwood golden retriever name was so well known at the time that when President Ford was looking for his golden in the s, “they called here but I didn’t have any puppies!” Peggy says.

Today, Goldwood Kennels is still a family business, run by Peggy’s son, Cliff, and his son and daughter-in-law, Tony and Erin. What has changed is that the facility now has 55 acres, 90 kennels for dogs, 30 for cats, and a little extra room for pets such as chinchillas, turtles and guinea pigs. In the past, they cared for a cougar cub (now illegal), a duck named Lucky, a potbelly pig, hybrid wolves and explorer Will Steger’s huskies. “That was interesting,” Cliff Hilton says. “They were on this high-protein, high-fat diet [of seal blubber]. … Imagine the smell.”

But these exotic pets are rare, and for the most part, Goldwood takes care of the family dog or cat while pet owners are out of town. And much as when we book hotels or make travel plans for ourselves, some advance notice is needed. “Thanksgiving, Christmas, Fourth of July—we usually tell people to call ahead a month or two,” Cliff says. And frequent customers plan ahead even further than that, Erin Hilton says, “A lot of people will pick up from one holiday and book it for the next.”


Tony and Erin Hilton with their dog, Ava.

These frequent customers keep returning because the Hilton family treats the animals as they would their own, and offers extra amenities such as private rooms, music, spacious play yards, grooming and one-on-one time with staff. “We don’t do the group playtime like you might see at some of the other doggie daycares; we really just want to put the safety of the pets first,” Erin says. “They’re throwing the ball, playing Frisbee, getting their cuddles [with the staff].” And they have separate areas within the boarding house for geriatric dogs, rowdier dogs and less social dogs, so that they can best meet the needs of the dogs and keep them all happy.

If you have a younger dog that you’re trying to train, Goldwood has an obedience trainer on site who can help continue the training while you’re gone. “We get a lot of K9 [police] dogs in here also, and a lot of them are trained in foreign languages, so the staff will have to learn German or something to communicate,” Cliff says.

On top of the one-on-one attention and care for the animals, the facility is built to be safe for the animals, with each section having an emergency exit, smoke detectors, a sprinkler system, and a back-up generator to keep the animals comfortable if they lose power. The fire department even came out to the facility so they understand the layout of the building in case anything happens. “[Peggy and Frank] pretty much made it the foundation of the company, I think. Safety of the pets and safety of the people,” Erin says. “We couldn’t sleep at night if we knew something wasn’t taken care of.”

This attention to detail is why customers return and continue spreading the word. Jim Koci has boarded his German shepherds and Rottweilers there for more than 25 years, and keeps coming back. “[I’ve] been more than pleased throughout the years with how clean the kennels are and how attentive and professional all the staff has been with my dogs,” he says, adding he has recommended Goldwood to friends that have kept returning as well.

Customer Eric Mahn says Goldwood has done so much more than simply board his dogs. His two dogs, Jocko and Elvis, would become extremely stressed when he left town, but by using Goldwood and their pickup service, their stress diminished. “My dogs’ behavior vastly improved, and they would become excited as soon as I grabbed the toy bag to go to Goldwood,” Mahn says. In March, he had to put down Jocko, his best friend of 13 years. “Cliff and the staff at Goldwood supported me greatly through this, more than I can say.”

“It’s how I would take care of my own dog,” Peggy says about their pet caring philosophy. And after almost 80 years in the animal business, the commitment is clear. “Every dog in this kennel I would treat just exactly like it was mine.”

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White Bear Lake

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Meet the Veterinary Professionals of Rum River Veterinary Clinic

Shannon

Shannon is a Certified Veterinary Technician. She graduated from Argosy University in and has worked at Rum River Veterinary Clinic since September They have a Boston/Bichon mix named Gertie, and three cats named Julia, Millie, and Winnie. When not at work, she likes to spend time with family, read, and work out.

Nicole

Nicole is a Certified Veterinary Technician. She graduated from the Minnesota School of Business in December and has worked at Rum River Veterinary Clinic since the completion of her externship in October Nicole lives in Big Lake with her husband and their daughters- Ava & Scarlett. Nicole also shares her home with Zayda- the Belgian Malinois, Smudge- the Shih Tzu/Maltese mix, Roman- the Sphynx and Gnocchi the Cornish Rex. Everything comes in pairs at her house! In her spare time, Nicole enjoys being outdoors, hiking, reading, bonfires, and spending time with family and friends.

Gina

Gina graduated the Veterinary Technology program at the Blaine Minnesota school of Business in December, She lives in White Bear Lake with her husband Andy, her dog Sid and her cat Shrimp. In her free time she enjoys going antiquing, spending time with friends and family and heading up North to the cabin to fish and kayak.

Ashley

Ashley grew up in St. Francis and graduated from Anoka High School where she met her husband, Adam. She earned an Associate in Fine Arts Degree from the Anoka-Ramsey Community College and continued on to receive her Bachelor in Fine Arts with an Emphasis in 2D Media from Saint Cloud State University in At home, Ashley and Adam live with their 2 children Axel and Hazel, a German Shepherd named Shadow, a Tortie-cat named Centauri, an Ocicat named Spirit and a British Shorthair named Felurian. When Ashley is not at the clinic she is usually found reading, playing video games, gardening, spending time with family, or illustrating children's books.

Kim

Kim comes to us after 32 years of owning/operating a dog grooming business in Osseo, MN. She took a few years off and realized she missed the animals and their owners so she joined our RRVC Family in May as a Customer Care Specialist.

Jenna

Jenna grew up in Coon Rapids but has spent the last 7 years living in California and Tennessee while her husband served in the US Marine Corps. She has 2 Golden Retrievers, Sonny and Bodhi, and a cat named Wednesday. In her free time she enjoys going to her cabin and spending time with her husband and two children Carter and Colby.

Stacy

Stacy graduated from the Veterinary Technology Program at Ridgewater College in August Stacy spent her internship here at Rum River Veterinary Clinic and was hired on after it ended. Stacy lives with her cat Lilly and some fishies. In her spare time, Stacy loves to play video games and work in her garden.

Sours: https://www.rumrivervet.com/about-us/staff.html
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The wonderfully trippy style of L.A.’s best dog groomer

Josh White is used to attention. The year-old dog groomer’s style is as colorful and label conscious as a pop star with an eclectic smattering of designer clothing ranging from Supreme to Vivienne Westwood.

His lithe 6-foot-1 frame is adorned with tattoos of butterflies, wolves and flowers covering his arms and neck. A small tattoo of a pair of scissors is at the top of his right cheek, a piercing goes across the bridge of his nose and a stud piercing is at the top of his left cheek.

Fashionable persona aside, it’s White’s dog Snow, a 4-year-old female standard poodlewhose hair is regularly dyed in a kaleidoscope of rainbow hues or with portions of her puffball hair trimmed into the shape of a heart, that sends heads turning on walks through their West Hollywood neighborhood and fingers swiping thanks to their social-media-documented travels across the country.

White’s fashion aesthetic isn’t uncommon for Los Angeles, but it’s most likely unexpected for a dog groomer. A staunch animal lover since childhood, White is fusing his love of fashion with a career in dog grooming, building a brand and business that feels apt for our social media-fueled and pet-obsessed times.

He’s also shattering the perception of what a dog groomer looks like and helping to modernize the pet industry, which tends to be steeped in old-school tradition, thanks to his animated cuts and vibrant colors that appear to take a page out of “Edward Scissorhands.”

Snow displays her pride colors inside Dogue Spa in West Hollywood.

(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

“I wanted to be a vet actually, but vet school is very expensive,” says White, who grew up in Corona, Calif. “I didn’t even think grooming would be my career. I just knew I wanted to work with dogs. I started when there weren’t many Black dog groomers and none who look like me. There is still not a lot of representation.”

White says he isn’t so interested in the pageantry of the industry and is pushing the norms of pet grooming to be more accepting of nontraditional cuts.

In March , White and Mehdi Rezig, his year-old boyfriend and business partner, opened West Hollywood dog grooming salon Dogue Spa, a cheeky take on the word “vogue” that White says he has had in the back of his mind since he was a teen. Originally from Algeria and raised in Switzerland, Rezig has used his corporate finance background to complement White’s creative side for building their growing business.

Located on Santa Monica Boulevard near West Hollywood City Hall and Hamburger Mary’s, the Dogue space is unassuming. The grooming salon’s prime locale (White and Rezig met and still live in the neighborhood) plus the stylish cuts and color attract regular celebrity clients including Awkwafina, Cardi B and Usher. This is where dogs and their whimsical looks are the stars.

Dogue Spa owners Mehdi Rezig, left, and Josh White, along with their dog, Snow. “I may not be what people think of when they think of a dog groomer,” White says. “But for me, I’m putting my dues in, in my own way. I’m making my own space.”

(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

“Josh is consistent, detailed and the most loving when it comes to his fur clients,” says Giselle Soto, a client and eyebrow expert who owns Giselle Soto Brows. “I find myself giving in to extra treats because I just can’t say no.”

A bath for a dog with short hair runs $50 while a bath and haircut for a poodle will cost more than $ Dogue’s website states that every service includes a personal styling consultation, nail cutting and filing, a blueberry facial, and love and attention.

Josh White and Snow inside Dogue Spa. It took more than three hours to dye Snow for Pride Month in June, White says.

(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

“I love to make dogs look like an extension of their owner,” White says. “I feel out the vibe of the owner, consult with them and give them what they want, and it’s a creative cut.”

White knew from a young age that he would work with dogs. Rather than watch cartoons or play with action figures, he showed a strong interest in dogs, surrounding himself with adopted puppies and asking his mom for books on dog grooming, which he fervently studied.

“It was always dogs for me,” White says on a recent summer day at an outdoor cafe in West Hollywood.

From there, he started working in shelters and eventually a veterinarian clinicnear his hometown. “I just did as much as I could with dogs because that’s where my passion was,” White says.

Through much of the pandemic, dog adoption rates skyrocketed with rescues and pet-finder sites seeing double, if not more, the amount of interest.

“During the pandemic, we experienced at least double the normal amount of inquiries,” says Marina Russo, founder of Love at First Mutt, a foster-based nonprofit dog rescue based in Los Angeles. Adopt-a-pet.com, a nonprofit pet adoption website, says its site traffic for pet searches in was up 93% from the year prior.

Unsurprisingly, Dogue’s grooming business doubled as well.

“The dog-grooming industry has huge potential,” says Rezig, who has always owned dogs and is newer to the industry through the opening of Dogue.

At Dogue, dogs roam kennel-free while waiting for their service and White greets each client that comes through the door. On the Dogue Instagram page, videos of groomers breakdancing before diving in to do a dog’s cut or tie-dye color have garnered hundreds of views and comments.

Jaye Garcia, left, and Leslie Rodriguez work on grooming some four-legged clients at Dogue Spa in West Hollywood.

(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

“It’s very tied to our brand to be so personable,” Rezig says. “Usually in grooming you don’t really get that experience, whereas we really try to make it feel like a human hair salon.”

Recently Dogue was named best dog groomer of L.A. by Los Angeles Magazine. The attention hasn’t stopped there. As White populated more upbeat photos of himself and Snow, both of them sporting megawatt color and coordinating looks, his Instagram feed became a literal bright spot amid a heavy year. The @joshandsnow Instagram has about 29, followers, many of whom consistently comment on Snow’s tie-dye teddy bear looks.

Inside Dogue Spa, Mehdi Rezig, left, sits near his boyfriend, dog groomer Josh White, and their dog Snow, who offers White some kisses.

(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

“She looks like a pegasus running in the water!” commented one follower beneath a video of Snow galloping through a lake near the Grand Canyon.

“You guys melt my heart every time I see photos of you guys!” wrote another, this one punctuated with heart, rainbow and dog emojis. The sentiment is overwhelmingly about Snow’s cuteness, and anyone following them can count on wholesome, feel-good eye candy that, while primed to pop on social media, has the comforting throwback quality of the Care Bears or a Lisa Frank sticker book.

“Snow always makes people smile,” White says. “She is something — happy and positive. She makes me happy, and I like showing our bond. I take her everywhere.”

In L.A., this alchemy often leads to one thing: reality television, and White and Snow’s journey into TV is more “Amazing Race” than “Vanderpump Rules.”

In , White and Snow filmed a competition reality show called “The Pack.” The first season debuted on Amazon Prime in the middle of the COVID pandemic. “The Pack” was canceled, but a new audience, endeared by Snow’s calm nature and colorful coat and White’s sweet and sensitive demeanor, opened up for the dog-and-owner duo. “You see me crying a lot on the show,” White says. Though they didn’t win the competition, White and Snow were named fan favorite by the show’s most engaged viewers.

White has since started a podcast called “After Bark” with fellow contestants from “The Pack.” Episodes range from dog nutrition tips with celebrity dog trainers to adoption and rescue stories. Snow and the other co-host’s dogs can often be heard howling in the background.

Snow relaxes in a chair inside Dogue Spa.

(Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times)

Despite White’s dog-grooming and marketing skills, his modern take on the industry, he says, has raised eyebrows, particularly when it comes to grooming competitions.

“For me, it’s about creativity, and with grooming competitions, I just felt like the odd ball out,” White says. “So, for me, I was like, ‘OK, what can I do to stand out that’s different and still get everything that these people were getting from competing?’ That was making my Instagram feed.”

White says that his @joshandsnow Instagram feed does bring Dogue business, but it’s not just requests for the outrageous cuts and color inspired by his creative aesthetic (Dogue uses a vegan, nontoxic vegetable dye from a company called Opawz). White and his team give plenty of traditional “grooms” particularly after servicing adopted dogs brought in during the pandemic that were in rough shape. “We saw dogs that hadn’t been brushed for months,” Rezig says.

At Dogue, there is a daily bustle and often a long waitlist to get in with White, but he’s there each day fusing his creativity into dog grooming, managing his staffof four and, whether he’s aware, giving the dog-grooming industry a stylish face.

“I may not be what people think of when they think of a dog groomer,” White says. “But for me, I’m putting my dues in, in my own way. I’m making my own space.”

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