We offer Professional Grooming at affordable prices. We ask many questions when discussing how you want your dog groomed because we truly care about how you want them to look. However, we also pride ourselves in putting your pets needs first and foremost. While we want to groom your pup exactly the way you want him/her groomed, if they are a puppy, fearful, aggressive, an older dog that has trouble standing or health issues that make it difficult for them to handle bathing or grooming at any age that has health issues, we will do what is best for your dog and discuss options with you. We treat our dogs like we treat our own dogs; like family.
I have always wanted to work with animals! I was fortunate to be a vet assistant for 8 years before apprenticing to become a groomer. My training at the vet has helped my career as a professional groomer because I can recognize health conditions, lumps, teeth issues, etc and am able to let owners know that their pet needs to see their veterinarian if I notice any issues that need to be addressed. I'm very fortunate to still LOVE my job after almost 30 years of grooming. I opened my own grooming salon 13 years ago after working at groom shops that had practices I didn't agree with. I have trained my groomers that work with me to not only achieve consistency in grooming styles, but also to teach them how to handle certain dogs humanely and safely. I will only hire people that have the same morals I have. We are all very passionate about our careers and are always striving to do our best while grooming and customer service. We want our clients, both human and canine, to be happy and work hard to build relationships with both.
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I apprenticed under a professional groomer for 2 years. I also worked as a veterinary assistant for 8 years which has helped me in my Professional grooming career. I'm able to alert owners about a health or skin issue that may or may not need to be checked by a veterinarian
No, our pricing is determined by breed, condition of coat, weight, temperament and length of time and the type of groom you are wanting. For example, a dog that is a scissor trim (a haircut that is longer i.e. 1/2 off or less) requires mostly scissoring to the desired length, which takes more time than shaving a dog.