PET GROOMING

All breed pet styling
offered in our professional grooming salon. Cats too!

We only bath your pets with Biodegradable, Natural Shampoos and Conditioners. We offer the absolute best dog grooming Beaverton has to offer. Our grooming service will leave your pet looking sharp and feeling clean. We handle flea and skunk issues.


BATHING SERVICE

$45 and up Depending On Breed And Condition Of Coat
  • Full Wash
  • Conditioning (as needed)
  • Blow Dry
  • Brushing / De-Shedding
  • Nail Trimmer / Ear Cleaning
  • Anal Gland Expression
  • Haircut
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FULL GROOMING SERVICE

$50 and up Depending On Breed And Condition Of Coat
  • Full Wash
  • Conditioning (as needed)
  • Blow Dry
  • Brushing / De-Shedding
  • Nail Trimmer / Ear Cleaning
  • Anal Gland Expression
  • Haircut
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Kitty Grooming
Bathing & Grooming for $40-$60, depending on coat condition and temperament.

Optional Services
Nail Clipping $10
Ear Cleaning $10
Eye and Nose Trim $10


Frequently Asked Questions

We have provided answers to some of the most commonly asked questions our clients ask of our groomers. If you have any questions please contact our office and a friendly staff member will be happy to assist you.

What’s the difference between bathing and grooming?
A Bath is just that, and perfect examples of dogs that just get a bath are Pugs, Beagles, Labs, and Great Danes etc. They are all smooth coated and don’t require any serious brushing, or styling of their fur. Bathing prices differ based on the size of your pet..
A Groom is when we may need to heavily brush your pet before and after bathing, and/or do styling depending on the breed, which may include clipping and/or scissoring. Prices are based on breed and the condition of your pet’s coat when they arrive for their appointment. Grooming includes a bath.

Why did I pay more than $50.00 to have my pet shaved?
Keep in mind that if the breed being shaved doesn’t normally require that groom service, there may be additional charges. Examples of dogs that might incur this extra fee are: German Shepherds, Alaskan Malamutes, Golden Retrievers, Collies, and Eskimo, Samoyed etc. These pets have an undercoat and a guard coat which can be challenging to clip through without injury to your pet and may also result in an inconsistent overall finished look. It may take several size blades and usually demands lots of extra time. Shaving includes a bath.

Why do I need to show proof of vaccinations if my pet is not boarded here?
All pets in our facility may come in contact with non-vaccinated pets. We and Washington County require vaccinations for the protection of humans and animals alike..

Why do I need to complete a pet contract if my pet is not boarded here?
All pets left in our care for any length of time require us to know who the owner is. The contract also explains our liability policy. Should there be an emergency with your pet, we have a way to contact you, your Vet & your listed emergency contact if necessary.

Can I bring my own pet shampoo?
Yes, you are welcome to bring your own shampoos and rinses. However we do not store personal shampoos and rinses so you will need to bring them in for each visit.

Why can’t I bring my pet in for bathing or grooming later in the day?
There is a method to the madness of a groom shop! There are different staff that do bathing, prep work for grooming and then actual grooming. Dogs get prepped, bathed and finished in that order. If a pet comes in later, there may not be a bather or prep person still here to accommodate your animals, depending on the number of pets we are seeing that day.

What if I want to pick my pet up at specific time?
Please ask your groomer when you drop off your pet, approximately what time they will be ready to go home.

How do I avoid paying extra fees for brushing and dematting?
The best way to do this is to BRUSH your pet DAILY! When they get wet, dry them off and brush them out. This avoids matting and keeps their skin and coat in healthy condition. Doing this will also make their bath/groom a much more pleasurable experience! Have your pet routinely groomed. Usually every 4-6 weeks will be the most effective.

Why did I need to have my pet shaved when they were just in for a bath or groom?
If your pet gets too matted it becomes inhumane to try to brush them out. It is extremely painful and stressful for your pet and we will suggest shaving. Bathing a dog or cat that is matted can cause those mats to remain wet, leading to bacterial and fungal issues on the skin in those areas. Shaving is not always the best solution because some breeds are NOT meant to be shaved and it can damage their fur re-growth permanently. BRUSH, BRUSH, BRUSH is what we always recommend!