It was established by Kents parents on Shaw Road in 1970, and moved to the current location in 1986. Gwen Meyer teaches sheltie Ron Weasley to sit, stay, down. Gwen and Kent Meyer, owners of Meyers Tails Up Farm. (Rebecca O'Malley photo) With the quality of service this family-run business gives its clients both the two- and four-legged kind thats not surprising. His is innate. We teach people to understand what their dogs were bred to do and how they take in information differently than humans, Gwen says. We are looking for Receptionists and Veterinary Assistants to greet customers and, Masks are mandatory, temperature checks upon entry to building, social distancing as much as possible. Copyright 2008-2022, Glassdoor, Inc. "Glassdoor" and logo are registered trademarks of Glassdoor, Inc, Valid drivers license and a good driving record. Kent began managing the business in 1989, and he and Gwen purchased it in 1996. The customer base has grown almost exponentially since Kent and Gwen took over, and clients just keep coming. Required fields are marked *. Success Story: Oregon Soap Shoppe and Green Art, etc. During that time, the facility has grown significantly, both in scope and service. The facility offers overnight lodging and grooming in one building, and doggy day care and training in the other. But the main key to their success, the owners insist, is their staff: 35 employees among the sites, including two award-winning groomers and an apprentice program for training groomers. Gwen became interested in dog handling at age 9, after attending a dog show in Milwaukee, where she fell in love with an Irish Setter.