We are a one-stop facility for all your dog needs, and a full service doggy spa for all breeds.  We focus on providing the best pet care for your dog in a crate-free environment with all natural and high-quality products, while ensuring your dog has the most enjoyable, stress-free, spa day.

Basic Bath

$25.00 and up
  • 15 Minute Brushing
  • Bath & Blow Dry
  • Ear Cleaning (Plucking if Needed)
  • Cologne or Finishing Spray if Requested
  • Daycare Not Included
  • Pick Up Within 1 to 3 Hours

Full Groom

$40.00 and up
  • 15 Minute Brushing
  • Bath & Blow Dry
  • Ear Cleaning (Plucking if Needed)
  • Cologne or Finishing Spray if Requested
  • Nail Trim
  • Pad Trim
  • Sanitary Trim
  • Hand Scissoring - AKC Breed Standard or Custom Style
  • Free Day in Daycare to Socialize & Play
  • Drop Off Your Dog Anytime from 7:00am and Pick Up as Late as 8:00pm
Prices do not include tax

Additional Services:

  • Nail Trim (Small/Medium Dog – $10.00)

  • Nail Trim (Large Dog – $15.00)

  • Teeth Brushing – $5.00

  • Teeth Maintenance – $25.00 and Up

  • Eye Trim – $5.00

  • Face and/or Head Trim – $15.00 and Up

  • De-Skunking Treatment – $15.00/30 Minutes

  • De-Matting Treatment – $35.00/Hour

Prices do not include tax

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Did You Know...

It’s crucial to get dogs used to having their paws, body, and mouth touched early on. It’s better in the long run to start when they are just a puppy so they are calmer when it’s time for a coat brushing, nail trim, or teeth brushing.

The amount of shedding a dog goes through depends on diet, health, breed, and season. Shedding can be minimized with regular grooming. However, dogs who are kept mainly indoors tend to shed throughout the year.

Matted fur is uncomfortable for dogs as it pulls on their skin and can be difficult to remove. In addition, dirt and grime collects in the matted fur and can cause skin irritation as it keeps moisture and lack of oxygen from the skin’s surface.

Dog nails need to be trimmed on average once a month. Not only is their posture affected when they’re too long, it’s extremely uncomfortable and painful. Rule of thumb, if you can hear nail clicks on the floor, it’s time for a trim!