Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by DaveP, Feb 14, 2016.
Hi, any thoughts please? Also have the .uk
Its good, I like it, but its one of those thats not quite right IMHO.
Reason being, that a number of groomers I know are dog groomers, and just dog groomers. A cat groomer, grooms cats etc. Had it of been *animal*groomer, then a premium (esp if cat or dog). Pet implies anything and everything, rabbits, rats and chinchillas included, which I don't know anyone or company that grooms all pets.
The .com looks to have loads of info on all sorts of animals, and tons of those annoying ads to.
I would say turn it into a directory site, but its not the plural, so the name implies it would be owned by the pet groomer.
No idea on price, but sure someone will let you know soon.
It's a local search type of thing pet grooming, no need for a all encompassing domain name like PetGroomer
It's one of those that seems ok but there's probably no chance of ever getting a buyer.
When you think of grooming then it does tend to be dogs but you can get your cat or rabbit groomed and I think some people groom Guinea pigs but there is too much emphasis on dogs for it to work with any other animal.
Maybe make it into a directory of groomers and does something like that.
Value as a domain only maybe low to mid £££s based on an individual dog groomer wanting a half decent domain as oppose to just using a business name for their website.
It will take some marketing to get a sale though.
Good luck !
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