Dirty Paws Pet Salon opens in Mooresboro

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A Moorseboro native has returned to her hometown and brought her own business with her.

In April, Liza Jones opened Dirty Paws Pet Salon, 1016 Steel Bridge Road, Mooresboro. The business promises individual grooming services for dogs of all sizes and breeds. Services offered at the salon include nail trimming, bathing, flea dips, de-shedding treatments and hair cuts.

The salon sits in a small storage building which has been refitted with electricity and plumbing. A large tub used for baths is welded in place in one corner of the salon, and a grooming station built from the remains of a barber’s chair is nearby.

All of the work is done by Jones, who has been working with animals since she was young and grooming pets for much of her life. By doing all of the work herself, Jones said she is able to guarantee consistent results for her customers and reduce stress on the animals with which she works.

The exterior of Dirty Paws Salon on Steel Bridge Road near Mooresboro Monday morning, July 25, 2022.

“In some bigger places you might have three or four people working on dogs at one time. Here I work on one dog at a time, and it’s one-on-one, me and the dog,” said Jones.

On average, appointments take between 90 minutes and two hours, depending on the size of the dog and services needed.

“A lot of people will drop their dogs off and go run their errands while I work with them. I call (the owners) when I’m done so they can come pick up their dog,” Jones said.

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