Who is the best schnauzer groomer in Houston?

Asked: Who is the best schnauzer groomer in Houston?

The last few times I've taken my mini to get groomed, they have all been at different places. I can't seem to find a good quality groomer. Her beard and skirt usually come back uneven, and her eyebrows are always cut too short. Once I got her back with burns on her throat, and another time she came back infested with fleas! Needless to say they didn't get paid.
I specify exactly what I want every time I take her somewhere, and I feel like people ignore my comments on how I want her done. I just want a quality groom. Price is of no consequence.
She is an older dog, so she needs a gentle handler. The burns really upset me.
I live in the Houston area and am willing to drive 30-45 minutes away for quality.
Thank you for your responses

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yes they can get periods



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lol Yes it is called a heat cycle which happens about every 6 months and can last about 2 to 3 weeks. They do bleed. This can be stopped once they get spayed



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Yes, female dogs that are not spayed (fixed) can go into heat (which is the appropriate term for "period")
Its usually not alot of blood, and depends on the dog, just like humans- it depends.
Once the dog is fixed or pregnant she wouldnt go in heat anymore (fixing is best as there are thousands of dogs killed each year in humane societies while people breed for money, most dogs that are bred are kept in inhumane ways)



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Dogs do not have periods.



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Well, it's not really a period. They do bleed every four months once they are mature enough. During this time the dog is in "heat" which means this is when she is fertile. Many male dogs will be able to pick up her scent from miles away and come seeking her in order to try to mate with her.



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Dogs do NOT get periods nor do they menstruate.

They go into estrus which is the complete OPPOSITE of menstruation.

Humans menstruate when an egg has not been fertilised, dogs go into estrus to let male dogs know they are ready to mate.

Compete opposites of each other.



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