A woman followed her calling and it has everything to do with keeping a man’s best friend up to par.
Tosha Johnson has been in the pet grooming business for 17 years and branched out with a store of her own —- Classy Canine Pet Grooming.
Johnson says she wanted to create a place that is soothing, warm and welcoming for the animals and their parents.
In the salon, your four-legged friends can have a bath, a haircut, their nails cut and even spoiled with a facial. Johnson says that after being in the industry for so long, now is the time for her to make pets feel brand new on her own stylish turf.
“That’s all I know, that’s all I love. Grooming is very important to your pet’s health, not just what you give him but how he feels is quite important. for her well-being. I’ve always dreamed of having my own shop. I guess now is the perfect time now, I was able to make it happen, “said Tosha Johnson, owner and chief pet stylist of Classy Canine company.
Johnson says she’s trimming dogs, cats, and even cut guinea pig nails lately. Classy Canine is open from Tuesday to Sunday.
A couple have partnered up with a partnership to fill a city fitness niche.
David and Lora Roccholz are both retired educators who have spent almost 40 years teaching. but now they’ve turned their attention and effort to something completely different, a gym, a new Anytime Fitness on the West Side.
“The transition has been wonderful. We are still working with the audience, but this time it’s a bit of a different mode. I learned a lot about the business world myself, just completely different from the business world. education, but we’re always here to serve others, “Lora says.
Offering 24-hour access to its members, the new Anytime Fitness facility offers a wide variety of equipment and services. The owners say they are happy to serve the needs of the west side of town.
“An area that has the right population base, it’s actually undeserved when it comes to fitness facilities and they felt that you bring a good facility to the right place, that it should be successful,” David said.
The Roccholz say they have a personal connection to the big fitness chain. David Roccholz taught a man named David Mortensen while teaching and coaching at Minot State University in 1987. He came up with the idea and turned out to be one of the founders of Anytime Fitness.