Our Services

We have a full set of dog grooming and day care services that will ensure your dog's happines and your satisfaction.

Full Grooming Service

Full Grooming Service includes: Bath, Haircut, Nail Trim, Ear Clean and Pet Cologne.

Individual Services

  • Bath and Dry
  • Cut and Style
  • Ear Cleaning
  • Nail Trimming


  • Toothbrush
  • Mycocide
  • Tick and Flea
  • Dematting


How old should my puppy be before he gets his first groom?

We recommend that puppies should be at least 4 months old and should begin the grooming process as soon as their 2nd set of vaccines have been completed with anti-rabies. We feel it is a good idea to familiarize your puppies with grooming as early as this stage, even if it is for a simple bath. This will help them learn that grooming is a pleasant experience and will enjoy the process as he gets older. Bear in mind that puppies maybe frightened when they are first exposed to alien devices and tools like clippers, noisy dryers and grooming tables, so we suggest that you let him wander around our store before he gets his first groom. We also recommend for owners to touch and play with their puppy's paws at home, so that they will not get scared when they get their nails trimmed.

My dog shakes when he enters the grooming salon, does that mean he is scared or doesn't like his groomer?

Not necessarily, he may just be excited from the car ride or not sure if he is going to the vet to get a shot. Much like kids in pre-school, once you are gone, they settle in and get more comfortable. Dogs are very intuitive, as we all know, and will pick up any anxiety that you may be feeling, so it is important to be calm and reassuring. This is why we also like to let your dogs sniff around our store a bit to familiarize themselves with their environment. Your dog's comfort is very important to us, so we keep a very calm, positive atmosphere to give your dog the best experience possible.

How long will it take to groom my dog?

The grooming process takes between one to one-and-a-half hours to fully prep, wash, dry and groom your dog (without matted hair). The total length of time depends on the breed and cut of your dog, and also his temperament. We only use gentle grooming procedures and so it may take longer if your dog is nervous or not used to the grooming process. We work with your dog to make sure he is having the best experience possible and sometimes that includes going at a little slower pace. Upon registration, we will give you an approximate time your dog will be ready for pick up.

Can you groom my very large dog?

Yes, our expert groomers are equipped with the necessary experience and equipment so that they can easily accommodate even giants breeds.

My dog is matted but I want to keep his hair long. Is this possible?

During your visit with us for dog grooming, we will be able to see the degree of matting, and if we feel we will be able to dematt without causing pain or discomfort to your dog, we may be able to retain his long hair. We always try our best to keep your dog's hair long, if that is your preference, and will discuss with you any options we may have to take if the matting is too severe. Rest assure that we are stylists and we will make your dog look its' best even if we do have to cute his hair shorter. To prevent matting, we highly recommend that you brush your dog at least 2-3 times a week or more, if he has long hair. This will not only prevent matting but will also help your dog to learn to like the grooming process.

I want my dog to have a puppy cut, can you do that?

In the grooming world, "puppy cut" can mean many different things. For us, it basically means that you want your dog to look like it did when it was a puppy, which is different depending on breed. We can achieve the puppy cut you are looking for and will discuss with you the specifications upon registration.