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Pet FAQ

Why Cost so much?

Why Does It Cost So Much To Have My Pet Groomed?
 
This question is one that we are happy to answer here at Cut Cuts'. So many pet owners believe that grooming a dog is not a "job" because we "get to play with dogs all day". We do love your Pets as much as you do and we strive to make sure that we give individual attention to each of our friends. Pet Grooming is far from playing with dogs all day. 
 
Professional Pet Grooming Is A Highly Skilled profession! 
IF you are a pet owner that has experienced a bad grooming on your pet you will appreciate this sentiment. Not EVERYONE who calls themselves a groomer can do a good job. At Cute Cuts' we consider ourselves to be some of the best at this skill. 
 
Becoming a Professional Pet Groomer, or Stylist requires patience, an artistic eye, physical stamina, and a true love for the job. The Groomer must be patient in dealing with many types of personalities, have an artistic eye to balance out a haircut on a fidgity pet. Ensuring your pet leaves Cut Cuts' looking and feeling BEAUTIFUL every time. 
 
Being a Professional Pet Groomer requires stamina. Groomers are on their feet 8 to 12 hours a day. Throughout the course of that day they are required to lift several heavy dogs, bend over a tub many times per day, and also handle each dog for their haircut and styling. Occasionally, the job that can be dangerous when a pet is not used to being handled or bathed. Make no mistake about it, Professional Grooming IS A JOB and as a small local business there are bills to be paid to provide you with exceptional, personalized service each and every time we work with your pet.
 
Some of the expenses required as overhead to run the shop here at Cute Cuts are Rent, Electric, Water, Grooming Tools, Grooming Tool Maintenance, Organic/Natural Shampoos & Conditioners, Groomer Saleries, Health Insurance & Business Insurance. Just to name a few. We do our part to conserve to keep your cost low. 
 
More reasons "Why does it cost more to cut my pets hair than my own hair?".
 
Your personal STYLIST is shampooing and cutting only the hair on your head. We bath your pets WHOLE HEAD and BODY with high quality shampoos and conditioners twice. We may also spend extra time giving your pets special medicated baths to help your their individual skin conditions.
We will take the time to hand dry, power blast, blow dry and fluff your dogs coat to get the best hair cut possible.
We clip your dogs nails to the length you desire if the coat is in good shape. Offering you the option of 7 different lengths and 12 different varieties of high quality natural shampoos to choose from. 
We finish cut with hand scissoring your dogs coat into a cute cut if the coat is in good enough shape to do so.
We also clip and dremel your dogs nails and check their anal glands each visit.
We remove hair and clean your dogs ears if needed. 
We remove fleas and inform you if we find them. We do not remove ticks, SEE VET for that!
 
We are vigilent and trained to look for skin conditions, sores, lumps and bumps, rashes, crusty eyes or anything else that we feel may to be checked out by your Veterinarian. We will inform you of anything unusual; if it is found. 
We would ideally love to see every pet brushed and maintained daily. However, the reality is we do sometimes have to clip seriously matted petsinstead of brushing. These pets require Professional Grooming Skills in ordr to remove the coat SAFELY. Because of this, removing these coats also requires a lot more time than the average grooming. It is only fair that a groomer charge an extra fee for maticulously removing this kind of coat. A groomer could groom two to three well maintained coats in the time that it would take the groomer to remove the severely matted coat.
A common misconception is that if you visit your groomer once a year you will save money. Infact, the opposite is true.  Bringing your pet in every 2 to 4 weeks for baths and every 4 to 6 weeks for hair cuts. 
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Bringing your pet in less often will likely cost more money in the long run.  Your pet, if not maintained and bathed regulary it can develop skin conditions and most likely medical bills caused from letting a dogs coat become severly matted. They can also be suffering discomfort when they walk from overgrown nails and matted hair at the center of their paws.  
Additionally, many pet owners may not have any idea how dangerous professional pet grooming can be for a groomer.
Your pets ARE the GREATEST.... with YOU. In their own environment they would probably NEVER hurt anyone. 
 
However, if your pet has never been to the groomer or is unsure of their environment they can become afraid or anxious. Unfortunately, occasionally there are dogs that are very agressive when it comes to grooming. Some are not groomed often enough to learn that being groomed is okay and that no one is meaning to harm them. But this learning takes frequent visits and time. 
Some dogs don't care how carefully you are trying to groom them.  They only have one thing on their mind....and that is generally fear.  Some dog owners out there think that the groomer must be doing something to the dog to make the dog scratch and/or bite the groomer. No Professional Groomer wakes up in the morning with the goal to be bitten by a dog/cat. Quite the opposite is true, especially considering as many dogs that are handled by that groomer in a day. 
Your pets normal behavior at home may not be the same when they are at the Groomer. Particulary, if they are not familiar with the environment. Your dog is a living thing that has a mind of its own. Something as simple as having the nails clipped, the ear hair removed, or a mat brushed out could trigger a dog to turn and bite. A dog can bite quickly and with the force to bite down to the bone in seconds. One well placed bite can end a professional pet groomers career.
To sum it up, your groomer does A LOT for the price of the grooming.
A bath (all over, not just the head, twice)
Power blasted, blow-dried and fluffed coat.
Ensure a brushed and mat free coat.
Ears cleaned and hair removed.
Nails clipped and filed.
A full body hair cut. (clipped or hand scissored)
If you were to ask your stylist for wash, clip, color, & style just your hair on your head this would cost well over $100.00 and the upkeep is every 2 weeks to 1 time per month at the very least. Pet grooming prices vary greatly but typically the larger your dog is, and the more hair that they have, and the shape the coat is in will determine the cost. The more work that your groomer needs to do on your dog, the more time is required, in turn the more it costs to groom. Having your dog groomed regularly helps keep the coat in good condition which helps keep your dogs grooming at an average cost to you. 
The average cost, depending where you live, for a small to medium size dog, given a basic haircut, can cost between 40 to 50 dollars.
Depending on how often you get your dog groomed (4, 6, 8 weeks), lets say every 4 weeks (28 days), would cost you anywhere from $1.35 to $1.70 a day.  I am sure that it is worth $2 a day to keep your dog clean, happy and healthy. :)
One last thing....
WE care very much about our furry clients and their parents. We got into grooming because we love dogs and want to make them feel and look better. For us here at Cute Cuts we all find the work very rewarding. Every day at the shop is a different day and all our clients have different personalities. We get to know our regulars and learn the best way to make them the happiest, most comfortable and send them home with tails wagging and smiles on their owners faces.
But, we still have families to take care of and bills to pay. Try to remember that professional groomers do a lot for your dog for that grooming price that you pay.
You are getting your moneys worth. :)
We like to joke about the following things but they DO happen. That is why we have included them here. We hope that you will laugh a little and understand that our only goal is to provide the best Groom possible at a competetive rate to our clients, while being fairly compensated for our efforts.
(meant as a joke, but these things do and can happen)
 
Top reasons why it costs more for your Dog or Cat to get groomed than for you to get your hair cut.
Your hairdresser does not wash or clean your rear end.
Your hairdresser does not express your rear end glands.
You brush your hair on a daily basis, especially before going to the hairdresser.
You wash your hair at least once every other day.
Your hairdresser does not trim your privates.
You sit still for your hairdresser.
Your haircut does not include a manicure.
Your haircut does not include a pedicure.
Your haircut does not include getting your ears cleaned or hair removed.
Your haircut does not include 2 full body baths and 2 full body rinses.
Your haircut does not include 4 full body massages.
Your hairdresser only cuts and washes the top of your head, not your whole body.
You do not bite your hairdresser.
You do not scratch your hairdresser.
You do not poop on your hairdresser.
You do not urinate on your hairdresser.
You get your hair done at least every other month.
Your hairdresser does not clean your eye boogies.
Your hairdresser does not give you a bow.
Your hairdresser does not give you cologne.
Your hairdresser does not do daycare.
Your hairdresser does not offer you a drink .
Your hairdresser does not offer you a snack.
Your hairdresser does not take you out to use the bathroom.
Your hairdresser does not give you your own room.
 
At Cute Cuts we provide top notch, individualized grooming services to your pets according to owner specifications. 

Benefits of Weekly Nail Cutting

Benefits of Weekly Nail Cutting
 
Dogs & Cats, just like humans, need to have their toe nails cut often. Just like our finger nails, our pets nails grow quickly. If you are hearing a clicking noise on hard surfaces when your dog or cat walks or you see the nails peeping from the toes of cats, then they are overdue for a nail cutting.
 
When Dogs & Cats have long nails, is like wearing a size or two smaller of a sneaker, at all times. It will make your pets feet sore, which makes the them uncomfortable and more resistant to having thier feet touched. 
Consequently, your pets will dislike having thier nails cut.
 
We offer FREE nail cutting & filing to make them smooth for all dogs and cats who will permit us to cut them.
Nails can be cut and filed every week. There are many benefits from bringing your Pets into Cute Cuts more often. Regarding Nails they are as follows:
It's FREE!!!!
Dog and cat is more used to the car ride.
Dog and cat is more socialized.
Dog and cat paws are less sensitive.
Dog and cat is more used to being handled.
Dog and cat is more used to nail trimmers.
Dog and cat is more used to different noises.
Dog and cat can bond more with groomer.
No clicking noise on bare floor when walking.
Nails are kept at a proper and healthy length.
Nails are smoothed out for the safety of furniture and owners.
 

Daily Brushing, Combing or Grooming of your dogs and cats

Daily Brushing, Combing or Grooming of your Dogs & Cats
 
 
Please take the time to read the following article on the trips for Daily Brushing.
 
 
First, and possibly most importantly brushing your Dogs & Cats each and every day fosters your bond with your pet.
 
Here are some tips for Daily Brushing that will make the experience better for you and your pet.
 
*If needed, attach your Dog to its leash, take for a brisk 15 minute walk. When you get home leave leash attached and attach to something heavy. Shorten leash so that Dog or Cat has about a foot of leash. This will keep Dog or Cat where you want them. 
 
*Start at a paw and brush down towards nails.
*Slowly go up the leg ensuring all tangles/matts are out.
*Proceed to next (2nd) leg.
*Proceed to tail, again starting at tip and working way up to base slowly.
*Proceed to next (3rd) leg.
*Proceed to next (4th) leg.
*Now start at base of tail and work towards head. Slowly getting all tangles/matts out.
*Now start at tip of ears and work up the ear to head.
*Now start at chin and work up to eyes.
*Now brush neck and head area.
*Now go over Dog or Cat with the conb to ensure all tangles/matts are gone.
*Soon your Dog or Cat will get excited being Brushed/Combed/Groomed.
 
Brushing/combing/grooming your Dog or Cat will create a bond, but it also helps remove oils from the skin surface to the hair follicles. Additionally, it reduces dander in the air, shedding on the floor, and your Dog or Cat will get used to being handled by you and others. (The Pet Groomer)
 
Always feel free to call us with any questions. 

How often should my cat or dog get a bath?

How often should my Cat or Dog get a Bath?

 

All cats and dogs need a good brushing and combing DAILY. Some need weekly baths and some need monthly clip and bath (at least every 4-6 weeks). Baths remove all dirt, loose hair and accumulated oils from the skin and hair, while replacing and nourishing the skin with good oils. If your cat or dog is allowed on the furniture, weekly bathing is best to keep the oils from accumulating on the furniture. It will also reduce the fur balls, dander and odor in the house and/or on the furniture (think sweaty gym bag smell).
 
 
Please take a few moments to read the following article. 
 

How often should my cat or dog get a clip or groom

How often should my cat or dog get a clip or groom?
 
Just like their Human friends, Cats and Dogs can regulary get their hair cut for style, health or shedding reasons. As a general rule of thumb it is best if they do this every 4-6 weeks.
 
Your pets hair type, breed, and activity level also determine how often we see them here at Cut Cuts'. 
For example: Are they indoor/outdoor? Do they have a long and/or thick coat? Do they play in or regulary walk through weeded areas, wooded areas and/or on the beach? If so they may need to come visit us more often.
 
YES! We will Bath your Cat!  Ask us about our specials!
 
It is a myth that cats clean themselves. While their tongue is designed to remove debris, it does not remove excess oils or other issues, cats can only surface clean. Imagine not being able to take a shower and just licking yourself, how clean would you be and for how long? Like dogs, most cats (and our sinuses) benefit from weekly baths with the correct shampoos.
 
Please take a moment to read the following article from a Veternarian.
 
“Cats don’t need baths; they groom themselves.” That’s one of the most common myths about cats out there. The fact is, even though cats groom themselves, they often still need baths."  
 
 
 
When considering owning certain breeds that will need regular grooming and whose coats require extra maintanence, you should first talk to a pet groomer, breeder, vet or animal shelter.
 
Here at Cut Cuts' we ALWAYS recommend DAILY brushing.  This helps remove loose hairs, minor tangles and prevents matting on your pet. It also reduces the cost of your visit with us when you participate with daily brushing.
 
If in the event the tangles are extensive, we STRONGLY recommend that you seek professional care from a groomer, as it can be extremely painful and in some cases dangerous to try and brush or cut these tangles out yourself.
 
Sometimes, nail trims are another service that need to be done in between their bath and haircuts. Your pets nails grow just like yours and need to be maintained regulary. When your pets nails grow too long it causes them a lot of discomfort and can make them irritable. Keeping them short is best for their overall health and wellbeing.   
WE CUT THEM FOR FREE!!!! (Pet Permitting.) 

Which cats or dogs should be Bathed, Clipped or Groomed

Which cats or dogs should be Bathed, Clipped or Groomed
 
The Answer is simple……….All of them! (ONLY if permitting)
 
All cats and dogs need a good brushing and/or combing with a pet brush DAILY. Some cats and dogs need weekly bathing. Some cats and dogs need monthly bathing and/or grooming (cutting of hair). You may begin bathing and/or grooming as early as 8 weeks of age.
 
Cats and dogs toe nails can be cut and/or filed weekly.
 
Daily brushing helps keep hair looking nice by moving oils from the skin to the end of the hair, massages the skin, loosens dirt, removes loose hair (keeps hair off the floor), helps to reduce allergen producing pet dander and is a good positive way to spend quality, one on one, bonding time with your cats and dogs. We tell you this at our own demise because it also keeps the cost at the groomer lower.
 
WEEKLY baths remove dirt and oils from the skin and hair and keeping cats and dogs looking and smelling their best at all times. This makes a cats and dogs feel proud and removes any loose hair that your pets may be shedding. If your cats and dogs sleep with you and/or is allowed on the furniture, this is highly recommended.
Monthly (every 4-6 weeks) hair cutting with a bath, keeps cats and dogs looking and smelling their best at all times. Also makes a cats and dogs feel proud. 
 
 
When they are finished being bathed, clipped or groomed they tend to have a little zip in their step. Some have been known to even smile. 
 

Have Fleas

If your Dog or Cat has fleas …
*Take Dog or Cat to your groomer. (Dog or Cat may itch after their bath, due to previous pest bites. They may also still have a skin irritation, due to previous pest bites. Ask your Vet if your Dog or Cat can have Benedryl)
*Turn ALL furniture to allow for fog or spray access. (MOVE CUSIONS FROM LAYING FLAT)
*Wash ALL Dog or Cat bedding in warm water and detergent soap.
*Fog or spray your house, yard and vehicle.
*Wait at least 4 hours to open house, then wait at least 1 hour before allowing Dogs or Cats back inside of house. (Times vary...read directions on the package that you buy)
*Give Dog or Cat an oral pill or apply a topical to for any lingering pests (I apply from base of tail to top of head. It distributes more evenly and is less likely to irritate Dog or Cat and make them shake, which sometimes removes some of the topical).
*Ask your Vet about giving something for the itching. (flea/tick bites itch just like a mosquito bite itch to us, I give my pet Benadryl).
*Depending on the severity of the infestation, this process may need to be repeated weekly, due to the gestation period for these parasites (repeat 4x).
*Then repeated every other week (repeat 3x).
*Then repeated every 3rd week (repeat 2x).
*Then monthly as a maintenance process.
This is only a suggestion. Each case is different.
  
Please feel free to call us with any questions. 
 

Apply a Topical?

Apply Flea Medication   
 
 
The best time is when the dog or cat is clean and completely dry, like after seeing the pet groomer for example. We reccommend that you re-apply topicals or administers oral medicine for fleas every 4 weeks (28 days).
 
Please take some time to read the following article for "7 Common Mistakes in Flea and Tick Prevention". 
 

Itchy Skin

Itchy Skin
 
Please call your pet groomer the minute you notice the issue. Maybe your pet groomer noticed it and forgot to mention it, maybe you tried a differnet shampoo (Usually a shampoo allergy flares up IMMEDIATLEY),  or maybe it’s something in the home. There are many factors to consider when trying to determine the source of itchy skin. Questions to ask yourself are: 
 
Did you get new food? 
New treats? 
Have you used a different type of cleaner for the floors or vacuuming powder? 
Could it possibly be airborne allergies, weeds in the yard, pesticide on the ground, new fertilizer for the grass, or possibly new weed killer? 
 
We as pet groomers try to look at every possible cause to figure out the source of this change.
 
 
Occasionally, grooming can expose hidden medical conditions or even aggravate current ones. However, all precautions have been made by your pet groomer to prevent either. We use Aroma Paws botanical pet grooming solutions here at Cute Cuts in an effort to prevent such problems. All of the shampoos we use contain pure, therapeutic and cleansing ingredients that help animals with their health and wellness, enhancing the human-animal bonding experience. 

Skin Cut/Abrasion

Skin Cut or Abrasion
 
If you notice please call your pet groomer IMMEDIATELY. There are times that nicks can happen and the dog or cat doesnt react. Consequently, the pet groomer does not realize what has happened. For example; when you shave, sometimes you feel the cut, sometimes you just see the blood, other times you don’t find it until you see the scab the next day. You didn’t set out to cut yourself, it was an accident. We as pet groomers love our furry clients and their owners and it hurts us when we accidentally injure a client. Just as much as if it were our own dog or cat. If you feel your dog or cat needs medical attention call your Vet. Otherwise, your pet groomer should be able to help.
 
Here at Cute Cuts we meticulously keep notes about the ongoing services provided to your pet. We always try to notate any differences or concerns that we notice. When you pick up your pet we will make you aware of anything that we have noticed and it will also be written on your receipt. 
 
Please take a moment to read the following article.  
 
 
Always feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns regarding your pets. 

Eye Issues

Eye Issues
 
If you’ve noticed something that is out of the ordinary with your dog or cat after seeing the pet groomer, by all means call the pet gromer IMMEDIATLY, as soon as you notice it. Here at Cute Cutes we WANT TO know if you are concerned about anything. The groomer can’t help if they don’t know what concerns you may have. 
 
Problems can arise during and after a visit to the groomer. However, ALL precautions have been made in advance to avoid typical concerns. Occasionally, the grooming process can expose hidden medical conditions or aggravate current ones. Especially if the dog or cat is not used to being handled or groomed regularly (everyday brushing, bathing, massaging paws, holding faces), is tangled, is a puppy, or is a senior dog or cat. These factors can make the dog/cat more at risk for stress and injury. Most common is blood shot eyes, this can occur when the dog/cat stresses out (brushing out tangles or using a dryer on the dog/cat and the pet is not used to the grooming experience). 
 
Getting your dog or cat used to being handled, hearing loud noises and staying calm are key to a successful and positive grooming experience with a lasting relationship between you, your dog/cat and the Groomer.
 
If you have any questions regarding this please feel free to contact us anytime.  

Tipping

Tipping
 
Tipping is accepted and considered the norm when you are cashing out at the Groomer. Just like other service related industires 15% to 20% is the polite and acceptable amount to base your tip on. 
 
Here at Cute Cuts, tipping is not required, but very much appreciated. 
 
What is considered a tip.. Monitary compensation is always acceptable and preferred. However, we also appreciate a great review on Facebook, Yelp and/or our website. Additionally, we accept donations of Healthy snacks, Gifts, Thank You cards, etc..
 
At the end of the day we just want you to be happy with the service that we provide you. How you show graditude is up to you. We work hard for clients regardless of the tip we receive. 
Please take the time to review the following article related to tipping etiquette. 
 

Massage Feet

Sometimes dogs and cats are a little unsure when it comes to their feet being handled or their nails being clipped. A lot of times it is due to just the lack of the body parts being touched, other times dogs and cats may have an unknown background. Dogs and cats that are not used to their feet being touched may take longer to groom. The best ways to counter act this to massage dogs and cats feet while they are home relaxing with you. Maybe during a tv show or after playing when dog and cat is tired. Doing this every day will help your dogs and cats become acustome to that body part being handled and soon it will go from a negative experience to a positive one. Plus, it is a great bonding experience with your dogs and cats.

 

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Dog or Cat is tired after visit to pet groomer

A lot of times dogs or cats are exhausted after going to the groomer nap the rest of the day. While at the groomers your dog or cat usually does not nap because they are so excited with everything going on around them. Some dogs and cats get anxious to see and smell all the new things around them. Sometimes dogs and cats are completely new to grooming, or are elderly, and do a lot of resisting when their paws are handled or faces touched. 

Bathing at home

Bathing at home is a great way to maintain your dog or cat between haircuts, but if done incorrectly, it can lead to severe matting. The best way to bathe at home is to pre brush and comb your dog or cat before you get your dog or cat wet. If you bathe your dog or cat with tangles, it allows the tangles to become tighter and larger (then your dog or cat will chew and also contribute to the tightness).  After bathing your dog or cat it is important to dry your dog or cat completely. Letting your dog run around the house rubbing on everything may look cute, but what it is actually doing is creating a tangled mess. After your dog or cat is thoroughly dried, another round of brushing and combing needs to be done to clear any snags or tangles so that no mats can be formed. This is also a great bonding time and allows your dog or cat to become used to being brushed, combed and handled.

Drop– Off Procedure

Drop Off Procedure

We give you a drop off time when you make your appointment. It is very important to drop off on time. Most groomers are appointments based. If you know you are going to be late, please call the groomer so they can plan accordingly. Dropping off late with no notice throws the groomers schedule off, making every other appointment for the day late.

When dropping off your dog or cat for grooming, please have the animal securely on a leash or in a carrier. This is to ensure your dog or cat safety during check in. Also please make sure the dog has a chance to go potty before coming in so that no “accidents” occur. Come in as if you have always been coming here and like you have known us for years. This will help ease your dog of anxiety, if you are ok with things your dog will be too. We will take your dog or cat and get its weight. We assess your dog or cat to see if there are any coat issues, skin issues and your dog or cats temperament before taking it back to its room. Please have an idea of how you would like your dog or cat bathed, clipped or groomed. We go over every part of your dog or cat to ensure that everything is to your liking before you (the owner) leave. We then print the invoice, go over everything on the invoice, give owner a time to return and an estimated total at that time.

Hot Spots

Hot Spots

Sometimes dogs or cats can develop hotspots/sores. These are painful, itchy and seem to pop up over night. The affected skin often appears as a moist, oozing, reddened area that is painful and very itchy to the dog or cat. Hair loss may also be seen. To prevent hotspots, regular grooming and checking the skin is a good way to go. Thoroughly drying your dog or cats skin after bathing or swimming will help tremendously. Sometimes a hotspot can occur after seeing the groomer, please call the groomer they would want to know. Ask your Veterinarian on how to treat your dog or cats hotspot so that it does do not develop further.

Massage Feet & Tail

Massage Feet & Tail

Sometimes dogs and cats are a little unsure when it comes to their feet and tails being handled or their nails being clipped. A lot of times it is due to just the lack of the dogs and cats body parts being touched. Dogs and cats that are not used to their feet or tails being touched may take longer to groom and may cost more at the groomer. The best ways to counter act this to massage your dogs and cats feet and tails while they are home relaxing with you. Maybe during a TV show or after playing when the dog and cat is tired. Massaging the feet and tail every day will help the dog and cat become used to that body part being handled and soon it will go from a negative experience to a positive one. Plus, it is a great way to bond with your dogs and cats .

Massage Face and Ears

Massage Face and Ears

Sometimes we encounter dogs and cats that are not used to their face or ears being touched or groomed. This can become time consuming for grooming and possibly dangerous for the dogs and cats. Since the groomers needs to use clippers and/or scissors are around the eyes, ears and/or mouth. To get your dogs and cats used to their face being handled it’s best to massage the face and ears daily. Take an electric toothbrush (motor side) and hold against and pet face and ears with it daily. This will get your dogs and cats used to the vibrations on its face and ears like the groomer’s clippers.  Brushing/ combing the face and ears every day will also help your dogs and cats become used to being touched and brushed. Doing this daily ensures a stress free visit for your dogs and cats with the groomer.

Pick Up Process

Pick Up Process

We give you an estimated time of when your pet will be ready at drop off time. We will call as soon as we finish your dog or cat. Please head this direction when we call. If we have not called then picking up your dog or cat on time is very important. Most groomers are appointment based. If you know you are going to be late, please call the groomer so they can plan accordingly. Picking up late with no notice throws the groomers schedule off, making every other appointment for the day late. 

Have Ticks

Have Ticks

Due to the difficulty of killing the tick and the harsh chemical needed to kill the tick, we absolutely do not accept animals with ticks in our shop. If ticks are found on the animal it will be sent back home and owner will be advised to seek proper treatment with their veterinarian. We apologize for the inconvenience Thank You.

Benefits of having your dog or cat Bathed every week

Benefits of having your dog or cat Bathed every week

  • Dog or cat is used to the car ride.
  • Dog or cat nails are kept at a proper length.
  • Dog or cat paws are less sensitive.
  • Dog or cat is more socialized.
  • Dog or cat used to being handled more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the water more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the dryer more
  • Dog or cat is used to being brushed more.
  • Dog or cat is used to more noises.
  • Promotes healthy skin and hair growth.
  • Less fur in the house.
  • Less allergens from dog or cat dander.
  • Dog or cat t and Groomer can bond more.
  • Dog or cat may start to drag you in, instead of the other way around.
  • Can schedule a bath for every week for 3 weeks, then a clip on 4th week and get 25% OFF each week.
  • Dog or cat is always looking good.
  • Dog or cat is more clean smelling

Benefits of having your dog or cat Bathed every 2 weeks

Benefits of having your dog or cat Bathed every 2 weeks

  • Dog or cat is used to the car ride.
  • Dog or cat nails are kept at a proper length.
  • Dog or cat paws are less sensitive.
  • Dog or cat is more socialized.
  • Dog or cat is used to being handled more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the water more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the dryer more
  • Dog or cat is used to being brushed more.
  • Dog or cat is used to more noises.
  • Promotes healthy skin and hair growth.
  • Less fur in the house.
  • Less allergen from dog or cat dander.
  • Dog or cat and Groomer can bond more.
  • Dog may start to drag you in, instead of the other way around.
  • Can schedule a bath then 2 weeks later schedule a clip and get 20% off each visit.
  • Dog or cat is always looking good.
  • Dog or cat is more clean smelling.
  • Recieve 20% OFF with our frequint Maintenance Program.

Benefits of having your dog or cat bathed, clipped, groomed every 3 weeks

Benefits of having your dog or bathed, clipped, groomed every 3 weeks

  • Dog or cat is used to the car ride.
  • Dog or cat nails are kept at a proper length.
  • Dog or cat paws are less sensitive.
  • Dog or cat is more socialized.
  • Dog or cat is used to being handled more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the water more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the dryer more
  • Dog or cat is used to being brushed more.
  • Dog or cat is used to more noises.
  • Promotes healthy skin and hair growth.
  • Less fur in the house.
  • Less allergen from dog or cat dander.
  • Dog or cat and Groomer can bond more.
  • Dog may start to drag you in, instead of the other way around.
  • Can schedule a bath then 3 weeks later a clip and get 15% off each visit.
  • Dog or cat is always looking good.
  • Dog or cat is more clean smelling.
  • Recieve 15% OFF with our frequint Maintenance Program.

Benefits of having your dog or cat bathed, clipped, groomed monthly

Benefits of having your dog or cat bathed, clipped, groomed monthly

  • Dog or cat is used to the car ride.
  • Dog or cat nails are kept at a proper length.
  • Dog or cat paws are less sensitive.
  • Dog or cat is more socialized.
  • Dog or cat is used to being handled more.
  • Dog or cat is used to the water more.
  • Pet is used to the dryer more
  • Pet is used to being brushed more.
  • Pet is used to more noises.
  • Promotes healthy skin and hair growth.
  • Less fur in the house.
  • Less allergen from dog or cat dander.
  • Dog or cat and Groomer can bond more.
  • Dog or cat may start to drag you in, instead of the other way around.
  • Dog or cat is always looking good.
  • Dog or cat is more clean smelling.
  • Recieve 10% with our Frequint Maintenance Program.

Ear Issues Found

Ear Issues Found

At check -in we look inside each pets ears. Sometimes we can see a discolor & sometimes we do not see a discolor until we are bathing, clipping or grooming. This could be in the form of irritation, swelling, or actual noticed in the ear canal. Whenever we notice things that are not of the norm, we let the owners know so that they can be aware and take pet to the Veterinarian, after 1 week. Remeber we just cleaned the ears, so there may not be anything in the ear for the Veterinarian to see. This way what ever the Pet groomer saw may have a chance to fester agian for the Veterinarian to see. Otherwise the vet will be looking at clean ears and not seeing an issue. Please see http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/dog-ear-infections for more information.