Groomers


Sarah Reid

Sarah a former cosmetologist took those skills to grooming pets and never looked back. Her family includes two Shih Tzus, an Australian Shepherd and three cats.


Cynthia Salazar

Cynthia read dog breed books as a child and planned to become a veterinarian. Wanting to gain animal experience, she discovered her creativity in grooming and found her true calling.


Talynn Deemer

Talynn grew up with lots of pets and wanting a job working with animals. She started as a bather and soon decided to study grooming, which she truly loves. She says her home and five dogs bring her nothing but joy.


Jamie

Jamie has been working with animals all of her adult life. When she isn’t grooming she is taking care of her family of 2 two-leg children, 3 four-leg children & she finds time to foster kittens.


Selia

Selia studied Animal Science at UC Davis for 3 years. On summer break she trained to be a groomer. She told her mother she loved it so much she wasn’t going to return to college. Selia loves pitties and has had them all her life. Currently, Pongo is her lucky baby.


Melanie Kim

Melanie Kim

Melanie has been a groomer by day and a college student by night. Now that she’s graduated, she has found a new passion for grooming dogs. Melanie tries her best to update her knowledge about haircuts and grooming techniques in order to present her families with the haircut they want and look forward to seeing on their pup.


Bathers


Kassy, Lead Bather

Kassy grew up in the Bay Area where in high school Kassy worked at a cat boarding kennel. Later she trained to be a dog bather. One day she would like to be a groomer.


Jordan

Jordan volunteered at Front Street Shelter and interned in the Cat Fostering Program. After that, she knew she needed to work with animals. She attends Consumnes River College where she is studying to be a Vet Tech.


McKenna

McKenna grew up in Sac with lots of pets and loving animals. We trained her as a bather for seasonal employment. She went to college out of state on a Rugby Scholarship until COVID which brought her home to Sacramento.