We own a miniature Poodle named Sydney, and he has to get groomed every 6-8 weeks. His breed basically goes from crew-cut to woolly-sheep in 3 months, so we have room to play with his cuts and styles. Sometimes, he's just shaved-down dog. Other times, he's Fancy French styling.. but no matter what our mood is on grooming day, Renee gets it right. Grooming dogs is not easy at ALL. We've watch licensed (human) stylists try it, and it's downright laughable. But Renee and her staff have a way with dogs and puts most at ease right off the bat - not what you normally find at a groomer. She takes our abstract descriptions and turns our little guy into a new pet every time. And I thought Poodles were supposed to be neurotic? Ours practically leaps into Renee's and Deanna's arms each time he goes in. Like all skilled artists, you'll have to wait for an appointment - don't call looking for a booking the same week. And they cost a little more than the hack-shack down the street... but there's a reason for that. They have an AWESOME selection of toys and food for dogs and cats... but you should do your shopping when you first arrive to pick UP your dog, before he/she knows you're there. Come to think of it, if a cat could be groomed, I bet Renee could do it! Can a cat be groomed? I choose dogs so I don't have to worry about such things. I bet Happy Tails will know....
Pros: Best groomer around; natural, organic, and raw meat products
Cons: Must wait for appointment, may not be taking new clients