Find a cat groomer in Phoenix, AZ

Find cat groomers in Phoenix, AZ

Find cat groomers in Phoenix, AZ

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Top 10 cat groomers in Phoenix, AZ

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Pink Warrior Dog Trainer And Peter Massage

Pink Warrior Dog Trainer And Peter Massage

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
4+ years in business
Serves Phoenix, AZ
I’m Michelle Aviles. I am an ABC certified dog trainer, pet massager, first aid and CPR trained. Compassionate professional with a passion for anything furry. Let me put your dog at ease and relive anxiety at home and /or away from their normal environment. I have two dogs and two cats . They are well trained and loving animals. I offer a clean safe space for your furry family member. If you want training for your pup or just a little vacation, I have it here! I offer a giant back yard with beautiful grass and a pool if your dog likes to swim. I can even teach them if you like. I look forward to hearing from you! Please do not hesitate to rea...
Uptown Pet Spa Scottsdale

Uptown Pet Spa Scottsdale

New on HomeGuide
2 hires on HomeGuide
4+ years in business
Serves Phoenix, AZ
Uptown Pet Spa has an outstanding reputation for our customer service, highest quality products on the US market, Certifed Pet Aestheticians, quality of our grooming services and products. With over 24 years of experience we consistently adapt and continue to learn new styles and techniques in our ever changing industry.
The Natural Pet Mobile

The Natural Pet Mobile

New on HomeGuide
25+ years in business
Serves Phoenix, AZ
The Natural Pet Grooming takes into consideration every aspect of your pet's life from holistic perspective. We provide you with the experience,knowledge and practice to take care all your pet's needs using only green and natural product. We will assist your pet's physical,mental and emotional well being. Http://facebook.com/thenaturalpetmobile thenaturalpetmobile.com
Grooming By Courtney

Grooming By Courtney

New on HomeGuide
Serves Phoenix, AZ
I don't have a license to pet groom or a business to do such but I am a pet lover and I know how to make animals feel calm. I've done grooming for pets around my apartment complex but that's been supervised amongst the owners of the pets.
Dogonegood Pet Grooming

Dogonegood Pet Grooming

New on HomeGuide
Serves Phoenix, AZ
Friendly, family owned shop, best prices in town, Pet Groomers come and go! Shelley first open Dogonegood back in June of 1993, on the corner of Ray and Alma school. With 24+ years of experience grooming Dogs and Cats, Shelley has learned the skills of grooming, but more important the skill of customer service, Your patronage makes every thing possible, and that deserves our deepest appreciation, We choose to honor you by keeping prices low, and treating your Pet as one of our own. Shelley is the owner and groomer, she has been Grooming for 27 years....
Bark & Purr Pet Grooming

Bark & Purr Pet Grooming

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
Serves Phoenix, AZ
If your pooch is having a bad hair day (or week), Bark and Purr Pet Grooming will do what is necessary to make your pet feel comfortable, happy, and healthy. Our caring staff take the extra time to ensure your pet is taken care of. We understand that different pets require different needs, our specialty are animals that have been rejected from other pet grooming shops. Some of the services that you can find at Bark and Purr Pet Grooming include haircuts, flea and tick dips, teeth brushing, nail polish, rubber nail tips, and hair dying (select breeds). We believe that a person's pet is not only one of the family but a very special part of the...
Grooming By Courtney Simpson

Grooming By Courtney Simpson

New on HomeGuide
14+ years in business
Serves Phoenix, AZ
I do grooming out of my house so there is no wait time. Plus dogs/cats get induced care. They aren't kept all day with other dogs. They are in and out quickly and safely. Making the pet feel better once I'm finished.
Sunny Mama Pet Love

Sunny Mama Pet Love

New on HomeGuide
5+ years in business
Serves Phoenix, AZ
All night single homeschool mom my special needs 8 year old son. We are full of love and wish to share it. We enjoy long walks and big cuddles with pets. We have a large fenced-in yard leaving an open running space for borders.
Char LoveZz Your Pets

Char LoveZz Your Pets

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
18+ years in business
Serves Phoenix, AZ
I have been in love with critters care since I was a little girl I opened my own grooming business in 2006 and I would love to bring my love to your furry friend😍🐶 I en joy connecting with my fur baby friends spending quality time and helping them to feel safe and secure in the inviornment away from their family. .while I also offer dog grooming that I have been in business with for 15 years a nice comforting spa also provides a loving environment for your Fur babies to enjoy.....

Your Cat Grooming questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does it cost to groom a cat?

The average cost to groom a cat is $30 to $70. Mobile grooming typically costs more. Prices vary by region, zip code, the specific grooming services performed, and the cat's hair length and condition. Kittens and short-haired cats cost the least to groom, while grooming long-haired cats takes more work and costs the most. Most cat groomers charge extra for matted hair.

  • Groomers may offer a full grooming package or charge separate fees for à la carte services.
  • Many groomers charge an extra fee if they find fleas while grooming as they typically require an immediate flea bath to ensure the fleas don't spread to other animals in the facility.

Do cats need to be groomed?

Yes, while most cats groom themselves, they still typically need some additional grooming. Brush short-haired cats once per week. Long-haired cats are higher maintenance and should be brushed once daily. Regular brushing removes dead hair and dirt, reduces shedding and hairballs, helps prevent mats, and allows you to catch early signs of potential health issues.

  • Regular activity often wears down cat's nails naturally, but checking and trimming them as needed is a good practice to keep your you, your cats, and your furniture safe.
  • Most cats don't require a bath but consider bathing service if your cat spends time outside, has a skin condition, or cannot physically bathe themselves.

Long-haired cats living in warm climates may benefit from a haircut or shaving to keep cool. Older long-haired cats, no matter the climate, may also enjoy a shorter haircut and not having to self-groom as much.

How often should I take my cat to the groomer?

Take your long-haired cat to the groomer every 3 months, or sooner if they develop mats in their fur. Short-haired cats do not typically need a professional groomer unless a vet advises you that they do.

How do I choose the best cat groomer near me?

When searching for a cat groomer near you, be sure to:

  • Choose an experienced cat groomer who has a business license and insurance.
  • Look for certified members of the National Cat Grooming Institute (NCGI) or members of International Professional Groomers, Inc. (IPG), with Cat Certification.
  • Check their reviews on HomeGuide and Google.
  • Ask for and check their references.

What questions should I ask when hiring a cat groomer?

Ask these questions to ensure you find the best cat groomer near you:

  • What experience do you have?
  • What certifications do you hold?
  • What professional organizations do you belong to?
  • Can you provide a list of references?
  • Where will you keep my cat before and after grooming?
  • Are there dogs at your grooming facility?
  • What is included in your standard rate?
  • Do you charge extra for long hair?
  • Do you charge extra for matted hair?
  • What add-on services do you offer?
  • How long does the grooming usually take?
  • Do you sedate animals before grooming?
  • My cat is indoors-only; do you offer haircut services without a bath?
  • Do you have any discounts or package deals?

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