All breeds require regular grooming no matter what type or length of hair they have. Depending on the type of coat, a dog should be groomed every 4, 6 or 8 weeks. We will be happy to help you decide on an appropriate schedule for your dog.
Dog and cat nails should be trimmed every 4-5 weeks. Older or less active pets need more frequent trims. Untrimmed nails can cause discomfort and health problems.
No. Frequent bathing actually promotes healthy skin.
No. Your pet will quickly trust and bond with the groomer in your absence. It is hard for this to take place when they are distracted by your presence.
Your puppy should have her first grooming any time after 12 weeks of age or when her vaccinations are complete. The first groom should take place before 5 months. The puppy’s first groom is very important. We like to book extra time so that your pet can adjust to all the activities and sounds around them.
Yes. Your pet’s safety is our utmost concern.
When pets are at the salon they are busy being groomed or watching the activity around them. They miss out on nap time and it is expected that they may be tired when they return home.
We would never let a pet’s comfort be compromised. If we do not feel we can humanely do the brush out we will discuss options with you.
Until we see your pet and know their temperament and the condition of their coat we cannot guarantee a quote.
Cats have individual personalities but most cats will only do what they are willing to do. When a cat has had enough there is not much you can do to change their mind. We can generally tell how easily a cat will adapt to the grooming process and prioritize our approach accordingly. It is normal and expected that the cat will wiggle during grooming. We do as much as we can in the time frame that the cat is willing to provide.