Just bring your dirty dog – we supply the rest and clean up the mess!

We provide professional pet grooming services and a self-serve option for those who want to bathe their pets themselves, but don’t want to clean up the mess. No appointment is necessary for self-serve baths. We are a cage-free facility.

The prices for self-serve bathing includes waist-high, stainless steel tubs, shampoos, conditioners, combs, brushes, towels, and force air dryers. Professional bathing is done on an appointment basis by one of our staff members.

Prices as of January 1, 2023, are as follows: (Size is determined by the size of dog AND hair volume)

Size of Dog
Staff Bathing
Staff Bath & Nails
Small $14.00 $30.00 $50.00
Medium $17.50 $40.00 $60.00
Large $21.00 $55.00 $75.00
Extra Large $25.50 $75.00 $85.00
Jumbo $30.00 $80.00 $100.00

*Staff Bathing includes bath, ear cleaning, drying, and brush out after bath.
*Starting prices, depending on coat & hair volume.


Our other services for dogs include: (Prices effective January 1, 2023)

  • Nail Trimming/Grinding…$20.00 (please see schedule of hours for walk-in nail trims)
  • De-Shedding…$40.00/hr
  • De-Matting…$50.00/hr
  • Specialty Shampoo…$5.00
  • Sanitary Trim…$15.00
  • Face Trim…$15.00
  • Face Trim/Sanitary/Nails…$40.00 (no bath)
  • Extra handling fee………….Price will vary according to each specific situation (for dogs requiring additional assistance due to temperament and/or health issues)

All of our prices are subject to change, and we reserve the right to refuse service based on a pet’s behavior.

Professional Grooming

We offer professional grooming which includes nails, pads, ear-cleaning, bath, drying, sanitary trim, and styling. Please call for pricing.

About De-matting:

Matted pet hair can cause serious problems for you and your pet. Air cannot circulate to the skin causing irritation and can lead to infections. Mats also can pull tightly on your pets skin causing discomfort and even sores. De-matting is the process of removing matted hair from your pet’s coat. Regular combing can prevent the formation of mats. All pets receiving full service bath or grooming services must be free of heavy matting. Bathing a pet that has matted fur will cause the mats to tighten, and they will become more difficult to remove. Minor matting can be worked out by your groomer, but takes time. Ask us about our maintenance program if your pet is prone to matting.

About De-shedding:

De-shedding is the process of removing your pet’s dead undercoat. This will help reduce the amount of pet hair you find around the house.