It depends on the type of pet you have. Every dogs coat is different; the usual schedule is every 4-8 weeks.
How much does it cost?
Prices will vary according to breed, size of your pet, temperament, condition of the coat, style and length of trim preferred, coat type, and texture, frequency of grooming also makes a difference. We charge by how much time we spend on each pet.
Why does it take so long for a pet to be groomed?
We only perform grooming and styling procedures that do not place undue stress or cause discomfort to your pet. We will not sacrifice your pet’s safety and comfort for vanity. We use only positive training methods with rewards, never harsh words or punishment. A no tolerance policy is maintained when it comes to rough handling of any pet. The safe procedures take extra time, and we also allow for the many daily interruptions, drop offs, pick ups, telephone, walk-in customers, and customers that do not come at scheduled time, will set us back on our daily schedule.
Where Can I Find Good Professional Dog Groomers?
Scouting for the right professional dog groomer for your dog is not as difficult as what many may think. Sure, it does require a little investing on your time but it is all worthwhile considering the long term benefits both you and your dog will get. The key in finding good professional dog groomers is knowing where to look for your sources and the right questions to ask. Grooming is a huge part of your pets life and you want to find a groomer that your dog loves to go see. Be sure to ask if you groomer has gone to a state Licensed School, this is a 300 hour course, that covers everything from maintenance on equipment, Sanitation, Sharpening blades, Prepping, Bathing and Drying, and finishing to the highest quality of Breed Designs.
You can not learn professional grooming over the internet.
Who Could You Ask?
- Dog Breeders.
- Breeders are a source of recommendation. Needless to say, they deal with groomers regularly. Those breeders who have show dogs in competition don’t take many chances. They wouldn’t dare risk having a bad groomer ruin a show dogs’ coat or traumatize them.
- Animal Shelters or Rescue Centers.
- If asking breeders isn’t your option since you adopted your dog from a shelter, then you may check with the staff’s references. Due to the fact that many of these places are run by non-profit organizations, naturally their recommendations may somewhat in a “sub-standars” category but you can be certain that your dong will receive undivided attention. Their source is usually decent and reliable with low to mid-range grooming fees.