Nicole Grover

Nicole Grover

Owner, Groomer

Alaina

Groomer

I started at Doggone Purrfect as a kennel attendant, caring for the daycare and boarding dogs staying with us. I loved getting to know our two legged and four legged customers, and was promoted to Daycare Manager. I was always enamored with pet grooming, and eventually was lucky enough to have the opportunity to be trained by Nicole Grover. I have been working as a professional groomer at Doggone Purrfect since 2013. I am a registered member of the International Society of Canine Cosmetology and the National Dog Groomers Association of America. I am currently seeking my Dermatech and ICPG certification and NCMG status.

About Us

Doggone Purrfect opened in August of 2005 by Owner and Professional Groomer, Nicole Grover. Her vision to this day is to provide exceptional grooming and pet care, and to create a home away from home for all Furry Friends when they come for a visit!

We proudly support and volunteer services to the following organizations:

 Companion Golden Retriever Rescue Logo
The Companion Golden Retriever Rescue  (CGRR)

Companion Golden Retriever Rescue, a 501(c)3 Non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of homeless Golden Retrievers, works to place loving Golden Retrievers into permanent homes.

We have adopted more than one of their incredibly loving dogs!
www.slcgoldenrescue.org/

Utah FACES

Since its inception in 2008, Utah FACES has continued to provide much needed funding for the care and support of the thousands of animals that come to the Salt Lake County Animal Services shelter each year. Utah FACES (Friends for Animal Care and Effective Solutions) is an all volunteer run nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. All of the money raised by FACES events goes directly back to the shelter to support spay and neuter programs, microchips and vaccines and large equipment purchases, such as a digital x-ray machine.

www.utahfaces.org

best friends

Nearly 30 years ago, when Best Friends helped pioneer the no-kill movement, more than 17 million homeless pets were dying each year in our nation’s shelters, according to the Shelter Pet Project (consisting of Humane Society of the United States, Maddie’s Fund, and the Ad Council.). Today, that number is around four million unnecessary deaths annually – that is tremendous progress, but Best Friends is committed to reducing that number to zero. By implementing targeted spay/neuter and TNR programs to reduce the number of animals who enter shelters, and by increasing the number of people who adopt pets, we know we can end the killing.

We know we can Save Them All.

www.bestfriends.org

 

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