Grooming with Mom: Georgia and Chief

Hello friends. Lucy Ace Reporter back with you on the Groom Beat.

Xena: Hey Lucy, I thought I would continue with my story today on my blog.

Lucy: First of all, it’s our blog. And Mom asked me to report on our latest new groom today, so you will have to wait until another day. I was just giving Sweetheart Bear some loving time since you’ve been ignoring her lately.

Xena: Coming next week: Xe Tours Paris on her Magic Flying Carpet

Lucy: Hmm, that was easier than I expected. So, moving on, in today’s edition of Grooming with Mom, I bring you Georgia A. Georgia is a very tiny yorkie puppy. She is less than three months old, and this is her first groom. Mom’s previous client – the man named John who sent his daughter here for her tiny yorkie’s first groom (click here if you missed that) – sent Georgia’s family here too. John can’t come any more because he no longer has his own yorkie, but we bet he gets lots of yorkie loving from his friend’s yorkie puppie Georgia and his daughter’s yorkie puppy Chief.

Georgia before her groom

During the groom, Georgia alternated between wanting to crawl onto Mom’s head and giving her sass about everything Mom was doing. Mom instantly fell in love with her and wanted to keep her, but didn’t think that dog-napping would go well for her grooming career.

About 90 minutes later, Georgia looked like this.

Mom trimmed under her eyes more after the picture was taken. We sure hope she grows into her ears.

When her dad picked her up, he told Mom who his folks are. They have Maggie, a poodle /shih tzu mix (pictured here) that Mom has been grooming for several years. Many of you sent prayers and positive thoughts for Maggie’s Mama, who had cancer, and she is fully recovered.

So this was actually a double referral to Mom, from both sets of Georgia’s grandpawrents. And speaking of yorkie puppies Chief was back this past week for his second groom. He did quite a bit better this time, but he screamed with every little bit of hair Mom had to pull from his ears. She was afraid the neighbors would think she was torturing someone, and was glad that the cops didn’t show up. Chief had a dark hair coat his first time here, but he is getting really light.

From what his undercoat shows, we think he is going to be even lighter next time.

Aren’t puppies great?

This is Lucy Ace Reporter signing off with wags and wiggles and a reminder to watch for Xena’s next episode of her adventure tales, coming soon.

17 thoughts on “Grooming with Mom: Georgia and Chief

  1. Mew mew mew Geeorgia iss adoorabell!! Miss Amy you fixed her furss so nice an THE yop know iss a nice touch!
    An Chief lookss like a mew doggie!!!
    Mee reememburrss Maggie! shee iss lookin guud too. An Miss Amy ‘dog nappin’ will not go guud with dog groomin, mew mew mew….
    ***purrss*** BellaDharma

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  2. Aww, little Georgia is adorable. She looked a little like a Tribble in her before shot but adorably precious in the after. Looks like your mom’s mad grooming skills are getting recommendations all over the place. Well done, mom!
    P.S. We’re looking forward to X’s Paris story.

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  3. Having just had our precious little yorkie/shi tzu grandpup here for serveral days I marvel anew at your mom’s awesome grooming skills. These little ones are so wiggley and very tiny. 💕

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  4. I wish I had been there I have been feeling the desire to put a puppy up under my chin and snuggle with it I don’t want a puppy but I wish you would like to hug a puppy. Georgia is absolutely adorable and I can’t believe the difference in Chiefs fur. What a change

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