How much do you really know about your dog? How does your dog see the world, process information and react to it? As someone once said, all generalizations are wrong, and lumping all dogs into a single category has its risks. A laid-back Lab is a different creature than a high-strung poodle or hyperactive Border collie, and understanding the differences among the various breeds can make interaction with your pet more pleasant and productive.
A recent study of women ages 22-45 years who owned a single dog for at least two years and who also had at least one child 2-10 years old found that the bond between the women and their dogs was similar to that between mother and child.
Much as some people may think it’s the case, dogs aren’t people. Because canines and humans evolved separately for eons before becoming best friends, our minds and bodies function very differently. When we try to impose our instinctive behavior on our four-legged companions, the result can be confusion, or in some cases, outright hostility.
Visit the grooming page for more information and pricing.
An application and waiver is required.
Your dog will be inspected upon drop off. We will get specific instructions from you then.
Appointments are required!
There are three drop off options:
You may drop off your dog in the morning and it can participate in daycare for a half day. Half days are $12. Your dog will then go down to be groomed between 12 and 2 and we will call you when they are done.
You may drop off your dog in the morning and pick up in the evening. Your dog will be groomed and taken out for a couple of potty breaks but will otherwise stay in the grooming salon.