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I love dogs

Campbellsville, KY

#1 Dec 29, 2006
Does anyone know about Pampered Pets? I heard that they are good to take your dogs to for grooming and that the girls are really great and take time with your animal.
guest

Lexington, KY

#2 Sep 19, 2007
Is that the place in Fayette mall? I didn't know they did grooming, I thought they just sold clothes, and jewelry for dogs?
Friend

Glasgow, KY

#3 Oct 18, 2007
Pampered Pets is A great place to take your dog to for grooming !!! they are really good to the dogs they groom my dog !!!
Big John

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Dec 16, 2007
I have a large Golden Retriever and the grooming is a bit pricey but not out of line. They take great care of m dog and she seems to take the grooming pretty well for a shy dog.
Pampered Pets

Elizabethtown, KY

#5 Feb 4, 2008
Thanks for the compliments. We do take a lot of pride in our work. Very few people can say they love their job, and we truly do. We treat our clients dogs as we would want our own furkids treated!! It takes patience, tenderness, and trust. Every dog has it own personality. Grooming is an art, and can not be rushed. Thanks for choosing us.
Connie Rogers Blair

London, KY

#6 Feb 4, 2008
Pampered Pets in Lebanon(st.marys) is wonderful! I take my dogs there and they love Tammy and Nancy. They are wonderful with your babies. I wouldn't let anyone else groom my girls. I have several friends that feel the same way about the exceptional care that they give your pets. Give them a try! I think their prices are great too!
blonde chic lebanon

London, KY

#7 Feb 19, 2008
YES PAMPERED PETS IS IN BETWEEN ST MARYS AND RAYWICK. AND THEY DO A GREAT JOB. I WOULDNT TAKE MY DOGS ANY WERE ELSE. THEY TREAT THEM GOOD. I HAVE TWO BOY FUR BABIES. THANKS TAMMY FOR THE GREAT JOB
anonomous

Rineyville, KY

#8 Jul 23, 2008
live right beside them.

been told that they pull hair out of dogs ears with tweezers.

imagine how painful that is on an animal.
bumpkin

Elizabethtown, KY

#9 Jul 23, 2008
it's not at all painful for the dogs. it keeps the dogs from getting ear infections.

Since: Jul 08

campbellsville Ky

#10 Jul 23, 2008
I take my (baby girl) sassy jo there been going on 3 yrs now. I think Tammy and Nancy are wonderful groomers.Sassy was beaten when she was little by a formal owner and she doesn't like strangers but the 1st time i took her to pampered pets it was like she new she was going to be in GREAT HANDS!! Keep up the great work Tammy and Nancy
BLONDECHIC

London, KY

#11 Jul 25, 2008
pulling hair out of there ears doesnt hurt the dog they have no feeling in their ears. tammy wouldnt do anything to hurt and furbaby. keep up the good work girls.
mommas-boy

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Jul 25, 2008
I would'nt take Cash anywhere else. He love's the country ride and enjoy's the bath. The nail trimming he could do without but Tammy talk's him thru the be still moment that he doesn't seem to think he has to do when I'm there!! Thank's for helping me take care of my best buddy.
town and country

United States

#13 Jul 25, 2008
smoking hot girls
Dog Lover

Elizabethtown, KY

#14 Apr 17, 2009
does pampered pets breed shih tzus?
nobadgebunnyhere

London, KY

#15 Apr 17, 2009
my mom took her dog their for grooming and shots and she was outradged because her dog was nervous and scared for a couple a weeks!!! no more
Good lawdy

Nolensville, TN

#16 Apr 17, 2009
BLONDECHIC wrote:
pulling hair out of there ears doesnt hurt the dog they have no feeling in their ears. tammy wouldnt do anything to hurt and furbaby. keep up the good work girls.
They don't have feelings in their ears?????? Where'd you hear that? Umm..pretty sure that their ears are not NUMB. Like, when they get mites, or you stick your finger in there you DO get a reaction...
great

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Apr 19, 2009
we take our dog FeFe to pampered pets, she always takes her time and does a wonderful job with her.
U ignorant country hicks

Cecilia, KY

#18 Apr 19, 2009
Get your facts straight,before you go spouting off!
Pet Grooming Procedures - Removing Ear Hair
"Is it necessary to pull out the hair from inside the ears of my Bichon?", asks a pet owner who has begun grooming her own dog.
The premise behind removing the hair that grows inside the ear is that this hair can block air from the inner ear that is necessary in order to evaporate moisture in the ear canal. Also, excess wax cannot be shaken out naturally. On the whole, removing and managing the hair inside the ears seems to reduce the possibility of ear infection. that being said, there are individual dogs for whom the pulling of the hair in the ears can CAUSE a problem.
Most dogs accept the procedure fairly well. Done properly, it does not cause pain. It might feel weird, but it does not hurt. This hair is not very firmly imbedded. I sprinkle ear powder lightly on the hair and simply pinch a few hairs at a time. This does not seem to be a problem for most dogs. There is always somebody, however, to make a liar out of me and cause a huge dramatic scene about the procedure and scream so loud you'll be afraid the neighbors will call the authorities. If this is the case, you might want to hold off and get the vet to do it, if they feel it is necessary. The goal should be to remove enough hair to allow the inside of the ear to receive air.
Groomers: For those rare pets where removing ear hair seems to be a "deal breaker" and risks your relationship of trust with the dog, I suggest you decline this service in order to preserve your ability to do all the other things you must do for the dog in his/her grooming. The same goes for toenails.
Here is a link to a little video showing me plucking the hair from a toy poodle.
wrong place

Campbellsville, KY

#19 Apr 28, 2009
nobadgebunnyhere wrote:
my mom took her dog their for grooming and shots and she was outradged because her dog was nervous and scared for a couple a weeks!!! no more
that was not pampered pets....they are not vets...must have been somewhere else.
intheknow

London, KY

#20 May 15, 2009
Have you guys heard about the dog that went to all paws for grooming and came out with a large swollen and bruised eye? My mom saw a picture of the dog and she said the owner said she was told he strained so much that it caused his eyes to hemmhorage. Scarey

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