Sandy Dunbar who moved from Michigan to Florida over 20 years ago. In Michigan she was a member of the United States Pony Club and trained at Centaur Farm Stables where she competed in dressage, stadium jumping, and cross-country courses winning many ribbons & trophies. She also worked training horses and provided horseback riding classes. After moving, she became a nationally certified dog trainer through the Animal Behavior College since January, 2008 after working at the local Humane Society and seeing what a great need there was locally for dog training help. After an auto accident, unable to continue dog training, she then trained under Master Groomer, Krista Randall and worked grooming both rescue dogs and client dogs at S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue, Inc. for over 5 years and helped train several students from the Animal Behavior College, where she maintains her alumni, for their grooming certification tests. She is a member in good standing with the National Dog Groomers Asssociation of America.
Sandy currently owns a 5 year old Poodle named BlackJack and a 13 year old Calico cat named C-A-T!
Terrianne Weber moved to Florida in 2010 from Cincinnati, Ohio. She worked in the S.A.F.E. retail store for about 2 years, then started grooming one day a week while maintaining a full-time position with Publix. She took advanced classes in grooming with PetQuest, Barkleigh Productions, and did on the job training under Sandy Dunbar. Terrianne Weber is a member in good standing with National Dog Groomers Association of America.
Terrianne currently owns 3 dogs; a 11 year old Dandy Dinmont named Luv Bug , a 9 year old pocket Shih-Tzu named Echo, & a 15 year old Chahuahua named Sugar.
We love going to seminars to keep up on the latest styles and products. We really liked the "Asian Flair" styling seminar we attended in 2016! The thing we both like the best about grooming at Soggy Doggy is when a dog who came in for their first visit shaking and scared, comes in after visiting a few times and trots right through the door and knows that they are going to have a gentle, relaxing spa day with possibly a bit of play time, small snack, or maybe just some well-deserved cuddling when they are done for being such a good dog!