Yes, we’re advocating you add enrichment to your grooming. This is often the place we see the most hesitation and fear from pets in our care. Enrichment activities bring fun and yummy treats into the picture to improve the mindset for dogs in your salon.
The success of enrichment grooming has been proven by Samantha Palya, salon owner and professional groomer. You definitely want to watch our video interview with Samantha on the numerous ways she and her team have added enrichment to their salon services. She now markets her services as an Enrichment Stylist and her clients and the pets in her care are LOVING the change. They are even getting cats into the fun and we all know how few cats enjoy grooming!
Just like enrichment daycare the win/win/win results transition to enrichment grooming. The pets enjoy the experience more and Samantha shared that her bathers and groomers were quick to confirm that it makes their jobs easier long-term. Clients are definitely on board as they have less guilt and often gratitude that the grooming experience is more enjoyable for their pet. Last, but definitely not least, enrichment grooming is a big plus for the business bottom line. More revenue and higher profits, plus more demand as you truly stand out in your market.
In our video interview with Samantha you’ll learn the various ways to add enrichment to your salon services. You may be surprised to learn that it’s not just helpful for difficult to groom pets. Yes, enrichment may take a little bit of time initially, but cooperative pets are so much easier to handle and groom that it actually saves time long-term. Samantha’s team is proof that you should be expanding enrichment to your spa or salon and we appreciate her sharing her success story.