OUR PROCESS

On average we like to have the dogs around four hours. This allows drop off before work and pick up at lunch time or 8-12, 1-5. This ensures that your pet does not have to stand the entire time, great for seniors and puppies. For thick double coated breeds they don't have to stand for hours of drying; especially nice for dogs that are afraid of dryers. For curly coats that need to strait and fluffy to ensure an even hair cut, can rest before finish grooming.

We also strongly suggest that the owner does not stay with the their pet. We need to have the dog trust us and if they become afraid they will want mom/ dad/owner save them. We also need them to pay attention to the groomer at times to scissor the head it makes it difficult if they try to look at owner. If you want to watch us groom someone's pet you are more than welcome to hang out for awhile at the shop.

OUR PROCESS

On average we like to have the dogs around four hours. This allows drop off before work and pick up at lunch time or 8-12, 1-5. This ensures that your pet does not have to stand the entire time, great for seniors and puppies. For thick double coated breeds they don't have to stand for hours of drying; especially nice for dogs that are afraid of dryers. For curly coats that need to strait and fluffy to ensure an even hair cut, can rest before finish grooming.

We also strongly suggest that the owner does not stay with the their pet. We need to have the dog trust us and if they become afraid they will want mom/ dad/owner save them. We also need them to pay attention to the groomer at times to scissor the head it makes it difficult if they try to look at owner. If you want to watch us groom someone's pet you are more than welcome to hang out for awhile at the shop.

OUR PROCESS

On average we like to have the dogs around four hours. This allows drop off before work and pick up at lunch time or 8-12, 1-5. This ensures that your pet does not have to stand the entire time, great for seniors and puppies. For thick double coated breeds they don't have to stand for hours of drying; especially nice for dogs that are afraid of dryers. For curly coats that need to strait and fluffy to ensure an even hair cut, can rest before finish grooming.

We also strongly suggest that the owner does not stay with the their pet. We need to have the dog trust us and if they become afraid they will want mom/ dad/owner save them. We also need them to pay attention to the groomer at times to scissor the head it makes it difficult if they try to look at owner. If you want to watch us groom someone's pet you are more than welcome to hang out for awhile at the shop.

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All dogs and cats enjoy exercise. Some breeds require much more exercise than others, and to limit exercise is to increase the likelihood of behavioral problems. Consider a working breed such as a Siberian Husky; a husky kept inside without daily long walks or runs, without playtime, will likely become destructive or estranged. It’s become […]

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Our animal’s bodies take a beating over the years. They run and jump and play for years, and all of that activity wears their little bodies down. As pet’s age, it’s common for many to feel the pains associated with arthritis; it’s even possible that they feel lingering pains in their limbs, making it difficult […]

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