Although she still works part-time with the ‘bed bug dogs,” Heather had bigger fish to fry (so to speak), so she opened her own business named for her yellow Labrador Retriever, Riley (show dog name, Halcyon Life of Riley), who died two years ago of cancer at age 9. (By the way, in case you think that dog grooming is small treats, the American Pet Product Association says that the money spent on dog grooming has been increasing every year and is now more than $5 billion yearly.)
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Heather Brooks, who opened a dog grooming business at 831 Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown in January, The Life of Riley, is seen here grooming Leo, a Portuguese Water Dog and best friend to Laura S. Thayer, of Flourtown. (Photo by Anne Marie Forde)
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Heather Brooks, 25, who opened a dog grooming business at 831 Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown in January named The Life of Riley, before that had one of the most unusual businesses imaginable for the animal lover that she is or for anyone else. For two years Heather worked full-time for a pest control company.
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