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isa Rojas Quiet Is Good


Lisa, owner of Dreadlocks for Dingoes, prides herself on run- ning a topnotch grooming business with a holistic approach and a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. “We concentrate on the well being of your pet as a whole—body, mind and spirit,” says Lisa. “We strive to make grooming a stress-free experience for pets – and their people!”


Pets feel safe and secure in Lisa’s gifted hands. With more than 22 years of professional experience with animals, they should.


Something Special for Special Needs


The many years of caring for animals—including exotic, wild and companion pets—has earned Lisa a nationwide reputa- tion with other groomers, veterinarians, trainers and humane societies. She’s considered one of the most successful groom- ers to bring your pet to if it has special needs.


“I treat my clients as if they are family,” says Lisa with em- phasis. “Word gets around quickly when you truly care. My store feels wonderful, and the clients’ pets are happy to come back!”


“I love the phone calls I receive after the client goes back home, ‘I just wanted to thank you for making Fluffy look so good. You really do a great job!’ ”


Growing and Then Some


“I'm growing at a pretty substantial rate! It says a lot about the way people feel about me! I'm always looking for new ways to spread the word about my business,” says Lisa. “I attend many outdoor events and participate in neighborhood activities.”


Cautionary Tale


Perhaps it was her success at grooming the difficult dog of her childhood that positioned Lisa for her successful career. “I grew up with a very aggressive German shepherd, Thor. I remember putting him in the family car to brush his teeth and cut his nails. He couldn't get away if I had him in the car!”


Lisa shares that she does wish people understood that grooming is a very difficult and, often times, dangerous job. “We get bit and scratched, and potentially mauled, daily. Unfortunately, this can result in possible career ending situations,” she explains.


Still, Lisa cherishes all pets and can’t think of making a career of anything else.


Contact Lisa Rojas at 612-920-3992 or dreadlocksfordingoes@gmail.com


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