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Caring and affordable animal grooming and boarding services in the Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas. Licensed professionals dedicated to providing excellent services! LARGE, SERVICE AND DISABLED ANIMALS WELCOME! CALL NOW FOR PRICING AND APPOINTMENT!
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April Showers Grooming And Dog Training

April Showers Grooming And Dog Training

I am a top dog groomer certified I have done show grooming and all my dogs have done showgroomong for have come in third to Best in show I am very skilled and talented and all the fields of animals I am very I am energetic and very willing to do whatever the customer wants thank
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Critter Coiffeur

Critter Coiffeur

Grooming with Heart. I specialize in hard to handel pets. Each animal is handeled from start to finish. No cage drying. Hands on patience an love to help them to have a great experience. I worked at the American school of Dog training where i taught behavior modification. I have shown basic , Novice, Advanced, Adjility, Herding, an Conformation. AKC & UKC 4-H. I was a Veterinary Surgical Technician for 39 years. Giving me an advantage in avoiding unnessary trips to the vet. I practiced in 4 veterinary clinics Wyoming to Colorado. Had my private practice 19 years then went mobil. ... View Profile
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I am a National Certified Master Groomer (NCMG) since 1990. Specializes in terriers, older dogs, non sporting breeds, mixed breeds( designer dogs),  dogs under 50 pounds, cat grooming, deshedding of double coated animals. Spoiled rotten dogs. Will gladly educate my clients in obtaining and using the correct equipment to maintained their pet between grooming.  Noting this helps  builds a better, complete relationship with your pet. ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

What is dog grooming?

Whether you love to know your dog is clean or you’re gearing up for family photos with him or her, a dog grooming salon can take care of everything. From baths to brushing, to even painting your dog’s nails, you can expect to pay a starting price of about $40 for a full grooming service (for a small dog). Grooming salons will mostly offer a basic package deal which can include a bath, trimmed nails, and cleaned ears. Dog grooming salons give special care to elderly dogs who might need to take frequent potty breaks or rests between services.

How much does dog grooming cost?

The price of dog grooming starts around $40 for a full grooming service for a small dog, and around $75 for a large dog. If you have more than one, prices can be significantly lower for the second and third dog. For mobile grooming, where groomers come to you, a full service of ears, nails, anal glands, bath, blow dry, and scissor finish is about $75 for average size dogs.

Dog Grooming Price List Average Cost
Full Service (small dogs) $40
Full Service (large dogs) $75
Nail trim + buffing $15
Nail trim $10
Teeth brushing $10
Breath Refresh $10
Ear cleaning $10
Gland expression $10
Face, feet and fanny trim $15
Flea & tick treatment $15
Blueberry facial $5
Paw balm $5
Nail Polish $7

How much do you tip the dog groomer?

Typically, you should tip your dog groomer 15 to 20 percent of the service total to show your appreciation for a good job. Tips should be whatever you can afford and are a token of you gratefulness. It's quite common for your groomer to give you extra services at no charge, such as teeth brushing or nail trimming. Keep all this in mind when considering how much to tip. Additionally, there are certain circumstances when you should the tip the groomer a bit more.

Here's a few examples of when you should tip the groomer extra:

  • If your dog bites or scratches the groomer. Tipping big will help here.
  • If your dog was extremely dirty and gross — especially with dog poo or mud matted to their hinds.
  • If your dog had extreme matting or shedding — this creates extra work for your groomer.
  • If your elderly dog is disabled and can't stand for grooming and needs extra support.

What is included in dog grooming?

Full Service Dog Grooming includes: A bath with towel and hair drying, teeth brushing, nail trimming, eye and ear cleaning, a brush out, and a haircut based upon your dog’s breed standard or your individual style choice.

Basic Service Dog Grooming includes: A bath, trimmed nails, and cleaned ears.

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