By Sara Tan
Feb 12, 2013
This innovative and stylish idea of "pooch patches" was that of groomers Jessica Allegri and Amanda Marshall of Groomers on the Green in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England. It all began when they tried it on their own Boxer, Ky.
just like a hair dresser, a dog groomer loves a chance to show off their skills. Hair can be an amazing sculpting tool and is the medium of our creativity. This kind of thing is done only on the animals that are relaxed for the grooming process. When a dog is properly raised and socialized, the grooming process is not a stressful thing so there is nothing cruel about it. Cruel is only getting your dog groomed every 6 months when it is matted painfully and requires a complete shave down to make the animal comfortable. Cruel is leaving dogs nails to grow out so they touch the floor causing splaying of the feet and a structural breakdown in the wrists, knees, elbows hips and even the spine. A bit of polish? its fun and does no harm compared to the damage done to an animals entire body from not getting its nails done regularly.
i think its kinda cruel, dogs don\'t like to be shaved, takes longer too doing some stupid design
i think its kinda cruel,dogs really don\'t like to be shaved nevermind some design that takes a while
Don't people have better ways to spend their money? As a comment on society--are we going to the dogs--and taking our poor dogs with us?
Better than the stupid clothes that some people force their pets to wear...how embarrassed they must be....and painting the toe nails...REALLY?
I'd rather see that than those stupid outfits people force on their pets like they are dolls.
sorry..... dont like
sorry...... don't like