Our Cat Grooming
Our most popular services
Our grooming process
Our grooming appointments can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours, depending on your dog’s size, coat type, and the services you choose.
1. Hands-On Pet Assessment: 5-10 Minutes
We will do an assessment of your pet’s skin, coat, ears, nails and teeth, so we can properly address their unique needs. While we take notes of any behavioral or health concerns, this is a great time to let us know of any additional concerns, preferences or individual requirements.
2. Brushing & Clipping (pre-bath steps): 10-30 minutes
We will start by brushing, combing and clipping your pet to remove any excess hair or tangles before they get their bath. We will also trim the pet’s nails and clean their ears.
3. Relaxing Bath: 10-30 minutes
We will start by washing your pet with the shampoo/conditioner you agreed on at check-in. All the shampoos and conditioners we use are pH-balanced specifically for pets and provide gentle cleansing without drying your pet’s skin.
4. Custom Drying: 30 minutes+
The drying process begins with a gentle towel drying on your pet’s face, ears and tail. Our dryers are not heated and have adjustable speeds. Different breeds have different needs and each pet is carefully dried using the best method for safety and comfort.
5. Tailored Haircut & Finishing Touches: 30 minutes+
Completing your pet’s haircut after they have been washed and blow-dried allows us to ensure there are no additional tangles and provide the best-looking haircut. If your pet only received a bath or de-shedding service, this time will be used to complete their brush-out, touch-up their nails, wipe out their ears & complete all the finishing touches to get them ready for pickup.
"Fast and friendly! We were picky with our request, and they nailed it. Our cat seemed a lot less stressed compared to other groomers. We are more than happy with the results!"
How do I know what my pet needs?
Depending on the pet, it needs to be done 1 to 3 times per week.
Depending on the pet, it needs to be done from once every two weeks down to 3 to 4 times per week.
Depending on the pet, it needs to be done every 2 to 3 weeks.
Depending on the pet, it needs to be done every 4 to 6 weeks.