How often should I have my pet groomed? Long intervals between grooming increases the probability of matting, causing your dog discomfort, and potentially cause long-term damage to both the skin and fur.

Grooming Cost

Grooming costs vary depending on:
  • Size
  • Breed
  • Desired hair style
  • Dog temperament
  • Condition of dog
Double coated dogs will go through a �de-shedding� process during the bath prior to any brush outs.
Some dogs may require a significant amount of "befriending" before and during the grooming process. This is to alleviate their anxiety in a new environment separated from their owners. This additional time may add $5-$15 to the total grooming cost.

Grooming service will include:
  • Bathing with premium shampoos and conditioners
  • Ear cleaning
  • Nail trim
  • Hair cut
  • Cologne or Perfume of your choice

Common Services
  • Nail Trim and Grinding - $12
  • Brush out- $10 per 15 minutes
  • Smoothie (Mat Shaving)- $8-$24
  • Tooth Brushing & Spray- $3
Other Services

We ask for 24 hours notice of any changes or cancellations of appointment times. Repeated absense or tardiness may result in lower priority scheduling.

Services NOT Provided:
  • Expressing Anal Glands- Due to possible complications this should only be done by your Vet.
  • "Doggie Downers"- Sedation of dogs can be dangerous and requires the watchful eye of a medical professional. This should only be done by your Vet.
  • No Freshly Skunked dogs- To protect the skunk smell from embedding into other pets.