Pick Up and Drop Off

ROAD TRIP!!

…The Long of it…

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If you’re here you probably want to know more about the front loading schedule and the pickups and drop offs…
We have a number of customers who cant get to us on certain days, certain times due to lack of car that day or public transport issues. We would love to help, Bob loves driving and we want to make sure your getting the best groomers in town. However we don’t have the manpower to have Bob out driving around every hour to collect and drop off dogs, which brings us to…

 

Front loading the dogs is just a way of saying, we have two bookings, 9am and 12:30pm. We then book all the days dogs in either of those times. We will then look after your doodle dogs from 9am-12pm or 12:30pm-6pm. With this scheduling we will be able to collect all the dogs in the morning (or you can drop them off), then we drop them off at dinner and pickup the next lot, before home time where we drop the last ones off.

But wait, there’s more…

We are only trialling this for a week in august (book now as spaces will be gone fast). We want to see how our customers react to it.

There is such a high demand for our service right now we want to make sure we can fit you all in (we hear a lot of bad experiences when our customers have had to go somewhere else and their dog is hurt, scared or badly groomed by other more amateur groomers). So we where hoping to get another member to our highly skilled team, but with limited space and facilities scheduling the dogs wont work in any other way.

Doggy half day care, we often have customers need to leave their dogs with us longer than their groom (because there is space to run about and we can look after them as if they where our own). This way you would know that your dog would be in good care for roughly 3-4 hours. It feels like a service we are asked about often. (We are hoping to open a doggy day care but its harder than you would think).

Our highly skilled groomers like to get into the zone while grooming which is hard work when there is interruption from the next dogs coming in for their groom. This can really set the dogs on the table off, wanting to see the new dog that has just walked in.

For those not wanting to be away from their dogs for this long we could maybe do your dog first and call to allow a pickup, but this would not really be in the spirit of this endeavour, it is one of the things we would want to take into effect.


End of the day…

If this doesn’t work as smooth as we hope, if customers are not interested in the service, if it is not worth while in any way then we will scrap this whole endeavour and return to work as normal.