|Benson’s after photo|
Our little Benson is a non-shedding dog. The downside of that is that he needs to be groomed once a month. It’s not his favorite pastime. When we sent our first child off to college, in our case with twins – first and second, I thought I would try to do the grooming at home to save a little money. The first time our daughters came home, they begged me to take him back to the groomer, offering to take a cut in their weekly stipend if needed.
Since doing it myself wasn’t a popular option, I was a little worried about how we would cope in Poland. There are three beauty salons on every corner in Poznan, but after months, I still hadn’t seen a dog grooming shop. Fortunately, our friends Ev and Rhonda have a Maltese, and they recommended their groomer, Eliza Tomczak. (Salon Kosmetyczny is the tab for grooming on her website.)
If you’re looking for a groomer in Poznan, I can’t say enough about Eliza. She raises and shows Airedale Terriers and as a groomer competes in international competitions. Unfortunately, her shop is across town from us, so Ben’s monthly grooming appointment shoots a big part of the day. We ride tram 16 to the next to the last stop and then walk a few blocks. While he’s there, I spend a couple of hours roaming Poznan Plaza Mall, and then travel home with a very good looking dog.
An accountant by trade and a food blogger since 2009, Lois Britton fell in love with Polish cuisine during the years she lived in Poznań, Poland. As the creator of PolishHousewife.com, she connects readers with traditional Polish recipes. Lois has a graduate certificate in Food Writing and Photography from the USF. She is the author of The Polish Housewife Cookbook, available on Amazon and on her website.