Our adorable puppy Maggie has this beautiful fur that is adorable. It makes her face look adorable, her paws look adorable, you get the idea. In the picture from my previous post, you can see she was in desperate need of a hair cut, so we took her to the Posh Pooch Pet Salon in Woodbury. $70 later, she looked like this:
Yup, cute as a button, but I know you didn’t make it past $70 later…. I had a hard time too.
I’m sorry but cutting a dogs hair and putting in cheap bows should be no more than $25. After calling literally every dog groomer within a 15 mile radius, I have found that this is pretty normal. $50 plus tax & tip. Outrageous. I should get proficient at dog grooming and charge everyone on my street $20. I’d make a killing considering Maggie needs to be groomed at least every 2-3 weeks.
Since my plan for professional grooming failed, I went to Petsmart to find a pair of scissors. You know, the kind that won’t poke her eyes out. $30-$40 a pair. Uhhh are they TRYING to get me to get her professionally groomed?
HELLOOOOO WALMART. $7. BAM.
And now I cut her hair while watching TV. OK she watches TV, I try not to kill her. I don’t think I can do her face though, she’s just too darn wiggly. And no, I’m nowhere near opening my own doggy grooming salon. Although it might be a decent business to invest in.
Stay tuned for, the stupidity of designer dog toys and accessories. And how I fall for marketing EVERY time.