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Pointr Launches Platform to Empower Independent Mobile Dog Groomers Across The United States

The Mobile Grooming Module extends the current Pointr platform to Mobile Dog Grooming Van operators.




(PRESS RELEASE) BOZEMAN, MT — Pointr announced the Mobile Grooming Module, the most recent new product released from this fast growing pet software company. The Mobile Grooming Module extends the current Pointr platform (scheduling, record keeping, business management) to Mobile Dog Grooming Van operators and offers a new way for Mobile Groomers to manage their schedule, routes, service territories and more.

“There are 10’s of thousands of Mobile Dog Groomers in the United States, with most being severely underserved by the software used to manage their business. 86% of mobile dog groomers are female and we are thrilled to now be able to help these gals (and, guys) manage their driving routes, payments and pet information in one place.” says Josh Allen, founder & CEO at Pointr.

Features and benefits of Pointr’s Mobile Grooming Module include:

  • Multiple routes in one service area
  • Multiple vans & groomers managed in one platform
  • Appointment creation follow routing rules
  • Auto SMS reminders for appointments and payments

The Mobile Grooming Module is available immediately in Pointr, starting at $49/mo.

Pointr was designed from within the pet industry, leveraging 30+ years of grooming salon business management experience, and is tailored to fit the needs of pet groomers and dog daycare centers in today’s modern world. In addition to the Mobile Grooming Module, Pointr also offers a full suite of products for traditional ‘Brick & Mortar’ grooming operations, including:

  • in person & online scheduling
  • Digital record keeping for vaccinations and liability waivers
  • 2-way SMS messaging
  • Family structure (multiple pets and pet parents on the same account) – Dog daycare
  • Digital Daily Report Cards
  • Tracking for No-shows, cancellations and other nuisance behaviors

For more information or to schedule a Demo, visit




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