Grooming Services are avalible for both Dogs and Cats All grooming services are by appointment only. Please call in advance to book your appointment.If you are a first time customer, feel free to fill out the form below ahead of time and bring it with you.
Grooming Services Our grooming services are very simple and fall into two categories. The regular grooming services are conducted in each visit. We pride ourselves in including hand scissoring with every groom, to ensure your babies leave here looking their best. You do have an option to pamper your pet by selecting additional services for extra cost. Here is a list of our services:
Regular Grooming Services
Professional cut or shave
Bath using natural products
Ear cleaning and plucking
De-mating and brushing
Throughout cleaning of anal glands
Precise nail trimming
All grooming include cologne or perfume and bows!
We accept Cash, Interac, VisaŽ and MasterCardŽ
One of the most common questions asked is "How much do you charge?" The fact is, I can give you a rough estimate over the phone, but until I actually see and groom the pet, I cannot quote an actual price. My price estimate is based on the following: size of the pet, overall coat condition, frequency of grooming, and the overall time involved in the process. I will try to keep my prices as low possible, without compromising quality. To give you a rough idea, to the right are some sample pricing.
All prices are subject to HST
Full Groom - Extra Small dogs starting at $54.95
- Small dogs starting at $58.95
- Medium dogs starting at $64.95
- Large Dogs starting at $89.95
- Cats starting at $74.95
Brush and Bath
- Extra Small dogs starting at $46.95
- Small dogs starting at $54.95
- Medium dogs starting at $58.95
- Large dogs starting at $75.95
- Cats starting at $65.95
Additional Services - Clean up (Face, Nails and Bum) $34.95
- Precise nail trimming (only) $15.95
- Teeth Brushing $9.95
Why grooming your pet is important
Why should I groom my dog? Grooming is an important part of your dog's health, by regular brushing and combing helping to remove dead hair and dirt and prevent matting. Dogs that are regularly groomed tend to have a healthier and shinier coat because it stimulates the blood supply to the skin. Grooming your dog can also be a good way to bond with your dog, and it's important to get them used to it from an early age. Many dogs learn to see their routine brushing as an alternate petting, another source of affection and attention. A good quality brush and comb will help you with your dog's coat, but also remember that your dog's eyes, ears, and nails require attention as well. Why should I groom my cat? Believe it or not, most cats need a little help with their grooming, and owners should pay attention to their cats' eyes, ears and coat.Grooming is important in prevention of hairball, especially in longer haired cats, like Persians an Angoras.