The layman might believe that the sign “Bibi club la vie en rose” houses lighter activity than dog grooming. Well no. Since the closure of her old shop on rue Grenouilla in Agen, Eva Mathieu no longer trades around the pleasures of mankind.
Make way for pampering dogs. But there either. No question of butting. Rue des Îles, in this living room paradise of the furry beast, the species can now enjoy, as its master goes to the spa, the pleasures of balneotherapy.
“The tub arrived just before confinement. I couldn’t get it connected. But a plumber came by. It’s okay. I even got essential oils for the baths.”
Molded for all sizes, from mastiff to pug, this relaxation area with hot water and massages must be officially inaugurated by the dogs of the owner who has invested 2000 euros in this project. It is undoubtedly the first of its kind in the department.
“I have discussed this with colleagues, it’s really effective for stressed dogs with rheumatism“, prescribes the Agen woman who has crossed her confinement to commit agricultural work.” I picked strawberries, tied the vine, planted the melons. You had to pay the bills well. “Suddenly on the grooming table and under the tools, the races have followed one another since the lifting of the confinement. The pace is fast. Without sacrificing rigor and thoroughness.
“I spend about two hours per dog,” says Eva, who is busy combing Tequila. “I don’t know how others can do it unless.”
Its balneotherapy service will be available after a grooming session. It will cost 7 euros extra for a little less than half an hour of well-being and papouilles. A bite of mash.