Dog Grooming • Cumberland, MD. • Dog Groomer

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**(301) 729-6887**

Dog Grooming Services


Each fur baby is booked for a given time slot (ex. 9:00 AM, 11 AM). A full pet groom can take 3 hours to 4 hours. Having a booked time slot doesn't guarantee your fur baby will be groomed at that exact time. A fur baby that requires more extensive grooming (Matting,Thick over grown coat, Biting or nervous) can slow down our daily schedule. I never know this upon booking via phone. Please, understand each day in my grooming shop is a different day, no two days alike. Your Fur baby will be given the same consideration and upmost attention. Please be patient and wait for my call or text for pickup. Thank You !!

Dog Grooming Services:
  • Complete shampoo & blow-dry
  • Flea shampoo & dip
  • Medicated baths
  • Blueberry specials
  • Dyeing
  • Tatoos
  • Nail care
  • Hair styling
  • Ear cleaning
  • Anal gland expression

Other Pet Grooming Services pet grooming
  • Cats/Kitties
  • Parrots
  • Lizards
  • Rabbits / Guinea Pigs, Ferrets
  • Birds

Our Policy and Procedures
  ** Pricing starts at $35.... call for a complete price list
  ** Click here for Pet Release Form
         (Required - please complete and bring to your first grooming session)

  ** All pet must be up to date on all vaccinations
  ** You must have current rabies vaccination
  ** If you need to book a one on one private grooming appointment, call me, it can be arranged in advance at an extra add on charge of $25.00
  ** If your pet has fleas when arriving to the shop, please inform me. I will admisted a CAP STAR flea control tablet at your cost of $10.00. We don't want the fleas moving in with us.


Bathing:
You should bathe your dogs every other week up to every other months depending on the type of dog you have. With dogs that only require bathing once a month you should use shampoos that are aloe based to help maintain the coats oil and skin health
Toenails:
Dogs need to have their toenails cut every 2-3 weeks. If you allow the toenails to grow too long, the nerve on the toenails will grow as well, preventing the shortening of the nail to the preferred length.

Ears:
A dog's ears also need regular grooming, because they may harbor mites or bacteria, and other forms of health problems.