Dogs do not enjoy being caged alongside other anxious dogs in a chaotic grooming room. Knowing this, we’ve designed the 2 spacious, enclosed Pet Suites to accommodate a single dog to relax in while he/she awaits the return of his parents. Although it’s only for a very short period of time, here is where he/she can feel safe, comfortable, unafraid. Since there are no cages inside our facility, you never must worry about a Cage Dryer being used on your pet. We don’t believe in the use of this type of equipment since it doesn’t benefit your pet in any way and is potentially dangerous for your pet. The use of cage dryers in the vast majority of grooming businesses only serves to enhance the bottom line for the businesses utilizing them. The unattended forced air dryer is propped and positioned directly toward your dog while he/she is caged and unable to object. The Groomer is then able to move forward with another client’s haircut thus accomplishing more completed appointments in a day. Cage Dryers work to dry the coat first, leaving a layer of moisture against the skin which creates a warm, moist environment that can lead to bacteria growth and those dreaded hotspots! The continued use of a cage dryer teaches your dog to dislike the somewhat louder sound and feeling of a handheld forced air commercial dryer. Often times, our groomers must work through a learning curve with dogs who have been cage dried most of their lives. Ultimately, however, our exclusive use of room temperature forced air and fluff dryers exclusively ensures that the skin is dried first and the hair is blown smooth which provides that longer lasting freshly groomed look we all love.