It’s tempting to think that our dogs can eat the same things we do—after all, they’re omnivorous mammals, too—but our evolutionary paths split millions of years ago, leading to differences in how we digest and metabolize food. We’re sure you know that chocolate and pets don’t mix, but how about that low-cal cookie? Many sugar-free products use a sweetener called xylitol that’s safe for humans but can cause serious, even fatal, liver problems in dogs and cats.
Veterinary medicine has come a long way, with many treatments and procedures formerly limited to humans now available for pets, too. But as the cost for human medical care increases, so does the cost of going to the vet. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that veterinary services increased in cost by over 80% between 2000 and 2011.
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.