It is my policy to dry your pet by hand using forced air dryers. This method enables me to provide highly individualized attention to each pet. Unlike cage drying, hand blow-drying completely eliminates the danger of overheating a pet. In addition, forced air dryers do a terrific job of loosening and lifting the coat - this provides an aggressive yet gentle removal of dead undercoat, translating to less shedding as well as a fluffier and more finished look.
All grooming appointments include:
➢Custom premium shampoo/conditioning bath
➢Plucking ear hair - only if approved by your veterinarian
➢Sanitary trimming (if applicable)
➢Breed cut or otherwise requested style
There are many variables in pet grooming, such as temperament, type of coat, matting, etc. There is no such thing as one size fits all when it comes to grooming.
Factors which determine the price:
Degree of matting
Difficulty of the cut
Length of hair
Scissor Work (amount of)
Size of pet
Temperament of animal
I will be happy to quote you a price range over the phone, however, please know that is just a quote and I cannot guarantee the price until I have groomed your pet.
WHY DOES IT COST MORE TO GROOM MY PET THAN MY OWN HAIR YOU ASK...lol
Your hairdresser doesn’t wash and clean around your butt.
You probably don’t go 8 weeks without washing or brushing your hair
Your hairdresser doesn’t have to remove your eye boogers.
Most likely, you sit still for your hairdresser and not spin around the table and try to leap out of your seat
Your haircut doesn’t include a free pedicure and manicure.
You probably didn’t roll in mud or step barefooted into poo in the last few weeks.
You probably don’t bite or scratch your hairdresser.
You don't snap at or try to play with her scissors, combs, brushes, and blow dryers.
It’s unlikely that your hairdresser trims hair anywhere on your body except your head. (ugh, let’s hope not!)
The likelihood of you pooping or peeing on your hairdresser is VERY slim
(verbiage copied from poster)