Grooming

 Choose from the packages below that best suits your pet needs.  Prices for dogs are quoted by breed, size and condition of the coat when appointments are made. 


Dogs

Bath and Brush

shampoo, hydro massage, condition, blow dry, brush out, sanitary area & paw pad clean up, nail clip, ear clean, cologne, bandanna

Touch Up Groom

all of the above plus we neaten feet, scissor or trim face & tail

Full Service Groom

all of the above and we do the standard breed cut or client specified cut


Puppy Groom $35

8 weeks to 6 months of age any breed Visit our resources page to learn more abut our puppy Process and the Best practices for puppy grooming 



Nail Clip  $13            Nail File  $15 


anal gland expression   $12


de-shedding $19-24                      


teeth brushing $12


paw pad condition $8


de-skunking deodorizing $24



Cats

Deodorizing Kitty Comb Out   $37

shampoo, blow dry, brush 


Full Service Kitty Groom  $55-65

shampoo, blow dry, brush out, sanitary area & paw pad clean up, nail clip ear clean, cologne, bandanna


Lion Cut or Shave Down $65

includes all of the above and lion cut or shave down 


Kitty Mat Shave Out  $13

shave out mats only


Kitty Paws-Pads & Sanitary Trim  $15

neaten feet clean out paw pads, shave out sanitary areas










Dog Walking

Walking Services are available

Monday - Friday

 

$20 per 1/2 hour



Pet Sitting


Pet sitting is available 7 days a week & holidays


$20 per 1/2 hr  visit up to 2 pets in the home 


Multiple pet household: additional $3 up to 4 pets

( additional fees may apply for pet sitting if more that 4 pets in the home )


Minimum 3 visits per day for dogs



Minimum 1 visit per day for cats - birds - exotics












Specialty Services

Pet Transportation  $19 round trip up to 10 miles





Holistic Complimentary Therapies

 How can these services help my pets?” 

Combining traditional and complementary treatments can improve the overall health of your pet.  Exercising, diets, and other healthy changes can improve the quality of life of your pet. 

Besides these changes, there are other treatments that can improve the health condition of your pet and more and more veterinarians recommend them as complementary treatments.






Reiki  practitioner Shannon Mitchell      

Developed in Japan, Reiki is an energy healing technique that uses hand positions to flow healing energy into the patient. It considers the whole being and helps activate the natural healing processes.