Dog Shedding Problems?
Yes, Spring is coming eventually. And so is the shedding-season. Many dogs start to blow their coat already. They loose tufts of hair, often look a bit scraggly, and hair is basically all over your house. 
I can reduce shedding significantly by brushing and combing out your dog's coat. Dead undercoat is removed, while at the same time preventing mats and knots. Your dog will most likely feel better, look better, smell better - and you have less hair to pick up.

As a mobile groomer, I come to your house and de-shed the animal in his/her own environment:
  • Removal of mats and knots
  • Brush out and de-shed
  • Finish with premium conditioner
I find that many dogs I see don't need a bath or full groom, yet look and smell remarkably different after brushing and conditioning.

Schedule an appointment now and get $20 off my regular grooming fees. I look forward to hearing from you and help you with your shedding problems (or any other grooming needs).

See you soon.

Dirk

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Dirk-F. Ussler
Fresh & Furry Pet Grooming, Inc.
456 Mountain Road, Fairlee VT 05045
Cell: 802-333-4321
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