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What All Do We Offer?
Shedding problem? Let us help you!
We offer a shed-less treatment, which contains all natural ingredients, plant extracts, and no chemical ingredients included! The process starts with a very thorough brush out with our special shed-less brush.
We continue with the shed-less shampoo and solution. Both are massaged into the skin at separate times for about 15 minutes each. We use a high pressure sudser to release a lot more of that shedding hair, followed by a good rinse out.
After the solution is completely rinsed, we use a high density air drier to blow out the remaining hair. Once your pet is completely dry, one final brush out will be completed.
Keep in mind the solution will continue to work for about 24-48 hours. Continue to brush as much as possible.
It is usual to have to have a second shed-less treatment in some breeds. You should wait at least 2 weeks in between treatments.
Shed-less treatment costs $10 - $15 more than a regular bath. Shed-less treatment is a long process, so we advise you to leave yourself enough time.
Nail Trim $5
It's best to keep up on nail trims. Long, overgrown nails are uncomfortable and often painful. $5 nail trims may go up a dollar or two depending on your pet.
Nail Grind $8
To prevent agression while nail trimming, play with your pets paws often!
Paint Nails $7
Nail Trim & Polish $10 ($2 savings)
Nail Grind & Polish $13 (#2 savings)
Ear Cleaning $5
Play with your pets ears often. Again, it is very important to keep up on cleaning your pets ears. You can also do this at home with a warm cloth (damp, not drenched) during home bathing.
Included in your groom is a complimentary ear cleaning that kills ear mites as well as infection. This can also be done alone for $5.
Express Anal Glands $10
Teeth Brushing $7
We are unable to 'clean' your babies teeth, but we can help. We use special beef flavored paste specially made for your pooch. We advise to brush up once a month or more.
Shave Pads $5
Shaving your pets fuzzy pads can help reduce the tracking in of mud, dirt, debris and also keeps from snowballs forming between their toes in the snowy seasons.
Hygiene Trim $5
Face Trim $6
If you can not keep up with brushing your pet, we recommend weekly or by-weekly brushing. Depending on the condition of the coat, prices start at $10 and up. If the coat is too bad, it will have to be shaved.
Very matted dogs will be charged extra.
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Please call ahead for an appointment!
These prices are based on pets done every 8 weeks or less.
If your pet is over-grown and matted, there will be an additional charge of $5-$20 with additional charges for aggression issues.
Bath, Ears & Nails (Short Hair):
5-25 lbs: (ie: rat terrier, chihuahua, dachshund) | $10-20
30-45 lbs: (ie: corgi, young labs, beagle, bull terrier) | $20-30
50 lbs and up: (ie: labs, boxers, great danes) | $35-45
Furminator de-shed treatment add up to $10
Bath, Ears & Nails (Medium/Long Hair):
5-25 lbs: (ie: shih-tzu, min. poodle, yorkie) | $15-25
30-45 lbs: (ie: sheltie, aussie, small golden ret) | $25-35
50 lbs and up: (ie: large golden ret, husky, doodle) | $40-55
Furminator de-shed treatment add up to $15
Haircut, Bath, Ears, Nails
5-25 lbs: (ie: shih-tzu, min, poodle, yorkie) | $28 and up
30-45 lbs: (ie: cocker spaniel, min schnauzer) | $35 and up
50 lbs and up: (ie: doodles, poodle, golden ret) | $45 and up
Furminator de-shed treatment add up to $15
Cash and check ONLY. We do NOT accept credit/debit cards
What are Hot Spots?:
Hot Spots are surface skin infections caused when populations of normal skin bacteria grow and overwhelm normal resistance.
They are generally circular patches that lose hair, can be swollen, may exude a smelly pus, and can be painfully itchy, causing the dog to scratch, lick, or bite to the point of self-mutilation.
Untreated hot spots can be spread and provoke a normally even-tempered dog to growl or nip when touched.
These troublesome sores can seem to arise in a matter of hours with no warning, but they do tend to follow a pattern that helps in predicting their occurrence.
Dogs most susceptible to hot spots are those with heavy coats and histories of allergies, ear infections, flea infestations, irritated anal sacs, and grooming problems such as hair tangles and mats, but any dog can develop this infection.
Dogs in warm, humid climates may develop hot spots when they shed their undercoats if the dead hair is trapped next to the skin, and dogs with behavior problems may mutilate themselves by licking and thus encourage an infection to become established.
The most common locations for hot spots are the legs and feet, flanks, and rump areas that can be reached by licking or biting but these localized infections can also appear on ears, neck, and chest if the dog is continually scratching.
What are the causes of Hot Spots?:
There is usually an inciting factor to initiate the extreme licking and scratching behavior. Look for fleas, mites, or other external parasites, an insect sting or bite, allergies or injury (skin wound, scrape, etc.)
Some animals have been known to "start" hot spots out of boredom or stress-related psychological problems.
Treating a Hot Spot:
Two approaches are necessary for dealing with hot spots: treat the sore and remove the underlying cause to prevent recurrences.
- Trim the hair around the sore to prevent further spread of the infection and expose the edges of the lesion.
- Wash the area in a mild water-based astringent or antiseptic.
- Be prepared to use antibiotics or cortisone if the washing does not give results.
- Consult your vet.
According to some sources, using ointments or creams are discouraged because they can seal the hot spot which will hinder the recovery.