Ryan Leckey and WNEP-16 stopped by Rachel Ann's Country Clips Pet Grooming in Pocono Summit, PA to talk "Grooming" with Rachael herself. Rachael was a natural behind the mic alongside Dr. Jeremy Wentz from Barton Heights Veterinary Hospital. She was also the first grooming salon to have our technology on the East Coast. Thanks for the mention Rachael, we couldn't have had a better representative for the Thera-Clean Microbubble Technology.
In January of 2017, Ms. Betsy was rescued from a backyard-breeding situation by "Home to Home Dog Rescue". Half of her fur was non-existent due to the unfortunate living conditions she was living in. Watch her story here and see her transformation with the help of Thera-Clean Microbubble technology. You deserve it Betsy! Onwards and upwards. Click here to view Betsey's story.
WE MADE VICELAND ! Now they didn’t get “Thera-Clean” spelled properly, but Laura from Hair Of The Dog in NYC got it right. Scroll to the 15:10 mark of the video to see our mention. Go get 'em Laura and thanks for the plug! Because CLEAN skin is HEALTHY skin.
This success story comes from client Lucky Paws Pet Grooming in Brewster N.Y. A hot spot was beginning to form, so Lucky Paws jumped into action with a Thera-Clean® Microbubble bath to ease the burning and irritation that make a dog scratch the area affected. Healing a hot spot ASAP is essential for minimizing symptoms and clearing up the problem area quickly. In this case, just one bath did it. The pic you see here was taken 6 days after the single Thera-Cleaning. A hot spot is due to bacterial infection, usually caused by a dog scratching to [...]
New clients often ask about our proprietary Toji Enzyme and Mineral bath salt additives that help skin get cleaner quicker in the very first bath while reducing inflammation. The enzymes are catabolizers, which means they consume organic material. The enzymes first soften sebum crust, and then eat away at it, allowing the Microbubbles to lift the remainder of crust off more quickly. Enzymes also aid in breaking down proteins and fats, as well as acting as a catalyst to make all the other ingredients work together more effectively. This reduces bathing time. And frees up the bath for the [...]
When you get the chance, pick up the latest issue of Groomer to Groomer Magazine (see below) -February issue. Look for the article titled "Compassion and Technology". It features our client Rachael Ann's Country Clips Pet Grooming and we couldn't be prouder. http://issuu.com/groomertogroomer/docs/groomer_to_groomer_february_2016