Groomer pampers pets

<I>The Eagle/Cheryl Jessup</I><BR>Cindy Legg brushes out a little Yorkie at her John Day shop, Cindy's Grooming and More, which opened April 18.

JOHN DAY - Cindy Legg's little Yorkshire Terriers have a new place to romp and meet fellow pooches.

Their new play area is actually Legg's new business, Cindy's Grooming and More, which opened April 18 in John Day.

Legg, after raising Yorkies for over 15 years, decided to take a course in pet grooming and open her own business.

Legg provides services such as bathing, warm massages, nail clipping, and ear care. She grooms all types of dogs, big and small, and puppies too. She also offers care for cats, and will even pick up and deliver if needed.

"I'm here to please the customers," Legg said.

She also has a growing sales area and will order products on request.

A resident of Grant County for 30 years, Legg also works around the corner at Radio Shack. Her husband Monte works for the city of John Day. They live on Finley's Broken Leg Ranch, west of Mt. Vernon, where they have an arena for horse training and have also participated with their children in rodeo activities over the years.

The couple have three grown daughters, a 13-year-old son, Jacob and one grandson.

The grooming business is located at 150 S.E. Dayton Street and is open Tuesdays, every other Thursday and other times by appointment.

"I'm ready to pamper your pet from head to toe," she said.

For an appointment call 541-620-0187 or e-mail to (

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