Our Staff


NiCole & Jeff Rieland

NiCole has been a groomer since 2003 and in 2007, Jeff joined her in their love of grooming animals. In 2011 they created Dog Gone Purrfect! and never looked back. NiCole now runs the scheduling and manages the business, while Jeff maintains their fleet and still grooms the big dogs! Their passion for providing a loving, safe environment for all ages and sizes of dogs and cats has lead to the largest mobile pet grooming company in the Sacramento area. Quality of care with professional customer service has always been their goal.


I've been with dog gone Purrfect since October. Prior to working for the mobile grooming, I volunteered at the spca for 2 years. I socialized the dogs with each other and with other human interactions, later leading to their adoption. Some of my favorite breeds are Rottweilers, basset hounds, heeler/pointers. I grew up with larger dogs, Rottweilers especially, and where some people are intimidated by these breeds, I'm not.
Reasons why love the mobile business : I love driving already, our grooming session only last on average 1-1.5hrs opposed to all day, less stress on the dogs and owners (the struggle to load animals in vehicles/cages).
Grooming in general - I love seeing the impression on the owners face when their pup comes back all nice and clean. I also love working with dogs and I have the patience to work with them and not against them.



My name is Misty and I've been grooming for 15 yrs. Shih Tzu are my favorite breed to groom, but I am qualified to groom any pet to standard. I love grooming dogs, because I consider it an art-form.

My favorite thing about mobile grooming is the one-on-one we get with every pet. It's a calmer and more relaxing process compared to salon grooming from start to finish.


Sue has been an Accredited Professional Pet Groomer since 1999 for dogs and cats. Her experience ranges from working and managing big corporate to small private salons for 10 years. She has extensive safety training and special handling techniques for pets that are not a fan of the grooming process. She believes it is a must to have a great deal of patience and trust, as well as the ability to read your pet's body language. She is very successful in grooming difficult pets.
Sue currently has three rescue dogs; a Bichon, West Highland Terrier and a Siamese Rag Cat. She takes great pride in her work and is very much a "Quality over Quantity" type of groomer. Sue keeps up to date on the latest grooming trends, equipment, and products by attending trade shows and seminars. A big part of being a professional groomer is knowing what products can help get the look and feel that the client desires. Sue believes there is always something to learn in the grooming industry and strives to learn new ways to keep your pet happy and healthy . Her favorite breeds to groom are Schnauzers and Westies. She has knowledge in all breed standard trims and the ability to modify them for the needs of the pet.

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