Meet Our Team

We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.

Heather Dabney

Business Owner and Groomer

Countryside Pet Grooming, L.L.C business owner, Heather Dabney is a professional groomer of 17 years.

She is the proud parent of two children, Austin and Sierra.

Her favorite past time is hiking with her dog Hawkeye, reading and trips to the beach.

April Bower

Full Time Groomer/ Salon Manager

April Bower has been grooming with us since 2018. She is our “Doodle Queen” and her specialty is fluffy scissored trims. She loves showcasing her skills with stylized breed cuts.

She is a Staunton resident who enjoys hiking, working out, and UVA basketball. She lives with her husband Kodi and three dogs Roscoe, Kobe, and Zeke.

Morgan Diehl

Full Time professional Groomer

Morgan joined our team in March of 2021 after 6 years of professional grooming. She lives in Stuarts Draft with her Boyfriend Russ and thier son Jase.She has two dogs Hazel and Opie. Morgan enjoys bowling and going to the racetrack in her free time. Her specialties are elderly dogs and “nervous nellies”.

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Madelyn Gibbs (Maddie)

Bather/Brusher and grooming trainee

Maddie is our bather brusher/receptionist. She has been with us since August of 2022 and has started her grooming education with the Paragon School of Pet Grooming October 1st.

Originally from Chatanooga Tennesee, she is currently living in White Hall with her corgi Theodore and two horses. She is also an avid horse rider. She started work as a pro groom in 2020 and an international groom in 2021.

Paige Cleary

Full time Bather Brusher

Paige joined our team in June of 2022. She was raised on a dairy farm where she spent her childhood raising and showing polish rabbits. In her free time she enjoys exploring creative arts, music and traveling with her 3 dogs Atlas, Odin and Cowie.


Want To Schedule An Appointment?

Give Us A Call At :

434-823-7002


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