Flynn of Sir Winston fame
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Helen, Georgia
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I think the groomer is concerned or wants help...otherwise they would not have said anything. Get the groomer involved..in rescue efforts. Remember the groomer may not be the owner of the shop...they could lose their job. Also if the groomer knows the people who have the dog you might get the groomer to suggest some sort of rehoming, or rescue..or in the best scenario, you might get the groomer to suggest someone who wants a dog and work it to where the dog gets a better home here. What is important is a better home for the dog. It may be they wanted it cut down for many reasons and took it to the groomer..they could have tried to cut it dow themselves...so try and negotiate the situation...try and make a better situation for the dog...through the groomer...
Remember if this goes "sour" that same groomer is NEVER going to speak up again...and sometimes speaking up is difficult to do in her/his position...in otherwords...DON"T SHOOT THE MESSENGER...
Jobs are hard to come by and if the groomer gets a bad rep...she/he won't have a job in that town...and you need references...
Sir Winston sez "Non Basta Una Vita.”
Flynn, lady-in-waiting to Sir Winston and Lady Mia