Complaints And Concerns About A Spring Area Pet Groomer Now Under Criminal Investigation
PRING, TX Since our original report aired, we've heard from people concerned about a former groomer at Pet Supplies Plus in Spring.
Remember that pet grooming is unregulated in Texas, thus no license or permit is required. BACKGROUND: A local pet owner rushed her dog to the vet following grooming in Spring.
He was almost dead. He would have died if we had delayed too long to take him to the vet, Karen Bailor said in an interview on Monday.
Bailor, who has a 3-year-old Dachshund called Taz, wanted others to know about a Spring pet groomer. An inquiry by the Montgomery County Precinct 2 Constables has been launched.
Sadly, this is not the first time this has happened. Samus Winter says she worked with the now-retired dog groomer from October 2019 to February 2020. The same dogs that were fine on my table would get on hers and have an abrupt meltdown like they were afraid, Winter added.
Dakota was part of Becky Neeley's life for 13 years. Dakota kept attempting to sit down, she recalls, so the groomer got irritated. She was still furious and tugged him on his head harder, and he hit his nose, Neeley added. His nose and mouth bled.
The event was captured on the store's video, Neeley claims. It was sad. was crying, she said.
Neeley claims the management told her the groomer was disciplined after the April 2020 incident. In Spring, Pets Supplies Plus paid Bailor $3,500 for Taz's vet fees. But first, she had to sign a non-disclosure agreement.