Keep your pet on heartworm and flea prevention year-round!
Gina has been a groomer for over 12 years. She loves a challenge and has a special interest in the Doodle Breeds.
Tiffany has been a groomer for over 11 years and has also worked on the medical side as a veterinary technician in a day practice as well as emergency medicine.
Full-Service Baths include a thorough bath, drying, brushing, nail trim, ear cleaning and bandana. Matted hair coats or thick undercoats are additional.
Many dogs require a lot of extra attention. These include undercoated breeds such as Huskies, Collies, Shelties, Newfoundland's, and Great Pyrenees to name a few.
These breeds require extra time and attention as they have curly coats which have to be blown out and brushed out before they can be clipped or scissored.
These are a large section of our grooming business. They include Shih-Tzu's, Llhasa Apso's, Maltese, Pekingnese, and other small long-haired breeds.
Our groomer does groom cats. Many cats will do fine with grooming but on the other hand, many will not. Fractious cats may sometimes need sedation to be fully groomed. This may include medication that you give at home or full sedation done with veterinary monitoring.
Nail Trims and Ear Cleaning are included with all full-service grooms. Anal Glands can be done at your request for a nominal fee. We do not recommend doing anal glands unless your pet has ongoing issues or problems with impaction.
Keeping your pet's fur brushed between grooms is very important to the health of not only their hair but their skin as well. Brushing your pet at least once a week or more often is necessary to keep a healthy coat!
Get your puppy used to being brushed and having their feet and mouth touched. This is extremely important when it comes to grooming their face and trimming their nails. Many smaller breeds such as Shih Tzu's do not like their face groomed. Getting them used to having their hair on their face brush will help with future grooming!
Your pet's hair coat will look much better and be healthier if they come for regular visits. This can be 4,6,8, to 12 week visits depending on what your groomer recommends. Regular grooming visits are much cheaper than pets that are only groomed twice a year.