Pet Grooming


Routine pet grooming is an important part of caring for your animals and keeping them healthy. Both cats and dogs need regular brushing, and animals with longer hair require frequent trips to a professional groomer. Fur that is now regularly groomed can become matted and cause serious health issues for your pet. Dirt and oils can build up under mats and cause painful skin infections. The mats can be painful as they pull and stretch the skin underneath. Severe matting can affect your pet’s ability to see, walk and eat normally.

All dogs need regular bathing to keep their skin and hair coat clean and healthy. The frequency of bathing depends on your dog’s lifestyle, breed and coat type.

Pets also need regular nail trims. Long nails can become painful and interfere with your pet’s ability to walk.

 All Grooming Includes:

  • Bath with shampoo and conditioner
  • Blow dry
  • Trim and dremel nails
  • Clean ears
  • Brush out
  • Trim around eyes, face, feet, pads, sanitary areas and anal glands
  • Cologne
  • Bows or bandanas
When Needed:

Shampoos and conditioners, like oatmeal or tar and sulfur, are at NO additional charge


Haircuts Include:

Bath and Basics PLUS an Entire Body Haircut

Extra Services Available

The Furminator (Extensive Hair Removal)     $10

Teeth Brushing, Breath Freshening         $5

Facial – Tear Stains and Freshening        $5

Flea Baths – Must be given with Fleas      $5

Nail Art and Nail Painting                          $10

Nail Trim and Dremel                              $10