Carrie earned her Master's Degree from National Dog Groomers Association of America in 1993. She purchased The Bub'ly Bow Wow in 1981 and to date has 37 years of experience grooming and training dogs.
She was a member of Groom Team USA, Inc. 1996, 1997 and 1998, which is comprised of the top six groomers in the United States who have earned the most points. Carrie competed in London, England for the Eurogroom World Team Competition where she helped bring home a silver medal. In 1999 she also won a "Best in Show" in Italy.
In addition, she has multiple "Best in Show" awards worldwide and is an International Gold Medalist. She was a nominee for the Cardinal Crystal Grooming Achievement Award for Judge of the Year in 2000.
She is currently a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator and an Instructor of Temperament Testing and Obedience Training with the American Kennel Club. She is also a member of the United Schutzhund Club of America.
Carrie's interests include raising, training and breeding Doberman Pinschers. In her spare time, you may find her running road races and marathons; a passion she shares with her daughters Alicia and Amber.
Alicia has been working with animals and traveling the country with her mother Carrie since she was four years old. She is a graduate of Becker College, where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in Veterinary Science. She received her CVT in the Spring of 2015. Alicia is the supervisor for VCA Lancaster Animal Hospital and an emergency nurse for Westford Veterinary Emergency Center. Her interests include assisting with the whelping of Doberman Pinscher puppies, pet sitting and dog training. In her spare time you can find her running road races and marathons with her mother.
Amber has completed O.C.S. Officer Candidates School and T.B.S. The Basic School and is a commissioned Lieutenant in the Marine Corps. Amber has chosen to keep her M.O.S. Military Occupational Specialty and her location private to help insure her safety and her families.
We ask that you join us in prayer that God will hold Amber close and always bring her safely home.