Our well established grooming salon is looking for a full time bather.
We are looking for someone passionate about working with animals and will perform great customer service.
Experienced bather must have knowledge on handling dogs and cats in humane and safe way. Must know breed and coat types. Nail clipping and buffer, bathe and blow dry/out coats, ear plucking and cleaning as well as gland expression. Other responsibilities include maintaining the bathing and cage area cleaned, taking care of equipment, tools and inventory upkeep.
Have no experience, but love animals and people? We are willing to train the right person. Qualities applicant must have, reliable, good customer service, work well with others and eager to learn.
Dress Up Your Dog for Halloween & You Could Win a Prize!
Contest Begins Sunday, Oct.13th Deadline to enter is Oct. 26th! Read the "D'Tails" below!
Back by popular demand, this year is our 2nd Dog Halloween Contest! Beginning on Sunday, October 13th you can enter your dog into the contest. To make things fun, there are 3 costume categories in which your dog can compete.
Category 1: Most Scary Category 2: Most Unique / Original Category 3: Funniest
This tenacious four legged friend originally hails from Germany, although it is ranked #12 in popularity among dog breeds in the US. They belong to the hound group, although their appearance is slightly different than their fellow hounds. It’s this unique short legged, long body style that has made the breed iconic among dogs. Although they are short in stature, they make up for the height difference with big personalities. There are two different sizes of dachshund, 3 coat types, and an assortment of color variations making them very versatile in appearance. The standard dachshund is 8-9 inches in height, and 5-6 for miniature dachshunds. They weigh between 16-32 pounds in standard size or less than 11 for miniatures with a life expectancy of 12-16 years.
Everyone at D'Tails Pet Boutique and Spa loves dogs of course, and we know you do too! This week is National Dog Week. It is an actual nationally recognized holiday that began in 1928 when World War 1 veteran Captain William Judy created it to celebrate and bring attention to the importance of dogs in our lives. When Captain Judy returned from the war with a Silver Star, he purchased Dog World Magazine, and the holiday he longed to establish became a reality. His goal was to increase awareness for the needs of dogs, and to bring to light the relationships we have with our trusted companions.
In modern times, Dog Week continues and is celebrated across the nation with festivals, a huge dog walk, and other events hosted in local communities. Many shelter pets benefit also from the attention and awareness.
Recognized for their beauty, alertness and intelligence, the Bichon Frise is well known for their white, hypoallergenic coat, their adaptability and playful demeanor. Although they are good watch dogs, they are lovers who believe everyone is their friend. They get along well with children and other animals. Bichon Frises are 9.5 to 11.5 inches to the withers. Weight is between 12 to 18 lbs with a life expectancy of 14 to 15 years.
Miniature Schnauzers are fun and loving dogs. Marley, my Mini, was seven years-old when he came into my life. He had a lot of energy, so much that his previous owners used to call him the "Forever Puppy." He would keep going on and going on. Marley loved to play, socialize and "doggie" talk.
I was always impressed by Marley’s personality. He was a true Mini through and through: loyal, obedient and motivated. And very easy to train too.
I picked Yorkshire Terriers to be the first breed honored because is one of the most popular breed in the shop.Though they are small in size (weighing 7 lbs and 7-8 inches in height); they are spunky, intelligent and very playful. Yorkies have a life expectancy of 11 to 15 years.