So we can Provide the best service for your pets. We take the time and money to utilize the training and certifications available for pet groomers and boarding facilities. By the leading associations in the country.
Our experience dates back to the 1970’s through Kennel custodian, Pet Grooming and Veterinarian technician.
No one is born knowing and yes experience is one of the greatest teachers. Yet learning from the top people in your industry from shared information and trade secrets. Exceeds any training one person can learn on their own from just one point of view.
By joining the leading Grooming and Boarding associations. Through certification, and further education. Also through competing in grooming competitions to ensure our skills are checked by more then our own presumptions.
We do not want to just think we know what we are doing. We want to prove it for the safety and health of your pets.
We use state of the art equipment , and products. We are always practicing humane methods for working on and around your pet . So they are not only professionally done but also done in a stress free and safe manner.
Award winning, National certified Master groomer , also certified through Intellectual groomers association, and a member of International Boarding and Pet Services Association , Pet CPR certified.
This is our Approach on giving you not only the best value but best service for your pet.
The beginning of rambling acres started as an idea that grew into an actual place. A dream of a facility set up properly and safe for both the pets and those working with them. We have just begun the journey here at rambling acres and hope you help tell our story
Meet the Team
The team is small but as we grow we hope to add like minded people to give the best service possible.
Ginger Lute NCMG IGAC
Founder & CEO
Ginger has 28 years in the grooming industry and more then 40 years working with dogs. Something she has done all her life.
With exception of her time in the United States Airforce.
She brings much experience and love to rambling acres
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