George has sprung right back to full energy after his neuter surgery yesterday morning. By 6:00 yesterday he had figured out how to remove the collar that was supposed to keep him from licking his sutures. Fortunately he obsessed on the collar way more than on the sutures.
This morning I took the Newfs up to see Lorraine, who operates Peticure, to get them groomed. Lorraine is a fabulous groomer who has been keeping our dogs looking great for years. When we first met her, she was running a grooming truck and she would visit our home and groom the dogs in the van out front. The van had a tub and a table-lift and its own water tanks. All Lorraine needed what electricity and she was ready to go. The grooming truck is wherever old grooming trucks go now, and Lorraine has opened a small storefront grooming space on Davenport, east of Oakwood, just behind The Sandalman. It’s a way for us to go from Long Branch, considering our neighbourhood has several groomers, but that speaks to how happy we are with Lorraine’s work.
The biggest thing with grooming the Newfs is stripping out the old uncoat before it sheds out. They also get a bath, blow-dry, nails clipped, mats removed, paw fur trimmed and so on.
there was a little game she liked to play… alone… when no one suspected.. suddenly ace dog would spring from statue mode to save humans from wandering cats..