We offer a few options that can be added to our dog grooming package.
Can Do Dog Grooming handles all of your coughs, colds, allergies, and illnesses, so make sure to come here for the best in treatment and care.
Our groomers will always work to give your pet the cut that you want, however, keep in mind that your pets comfort and health are always our number one priority. We cannot send a dog or cat home with in an unhealthy state. We will always keep notes on who groomed your pet and what was done for the groom. You are always able to request the same groomer and if they are not available, another groomer will be able to read notes on how your pet was cut. If you are unsatisfied with the groom, please let us know before you leave the shop so that the groomer can make any necessary corrections and we can take notes for the next groom. If changes are requested more than 24hrs after the grooming appointment, there will be an additional charge which may include a re-bathing fee.
There is always the possibility of cuts, nicks, or burns during the grooming process. Some pets are harder to handle than others and accidents can occur. There are also times when mat burns show after they are shaved out. This is not caused by the groomer being careless, but the severity of the mats. We will always do an inspection of your pet upon arrival and in the bathtub. Your groomer will notify you of anything they find during those. Should any cuts occur during the grooming process, we will notify you and advise you on how to treat these. Injuries caused due to the condition of the dog or cats matting is NOT the responsibility of Bingo and any vet costs due to these are at the expense of the client.
Dogs can be fearful of the grooming procedure and equipment.
Q: How can I tell if my dog likes his groomer?
Grooming your dog results in more benefits than just appearance. Combing and brushing stimulate the distribution of body oils, making your dogs coat stronger. Grooming promotes blood circulation and prevents matting. Matting can contribute to and hide painful skin infections.Yes I do, with rare exception. This is for their own safety and the safety of the other pets at the salon. Before I was a groomer, I managed a boarding kennel. There I learned that dog behavior can sometimes change very quickly, sometimes with little warning. Your pet may be perfectly behaved, but not all pets are. Many dogs are not dog-social, and I wouldn't want anyone's pet to be in danger because I have a non-social dog walking around the salon. Safety is always my top priority, and if managing a boarding kennel has taught me anything, it is that it is better to be safe than sorry. Letting pets walk freely through the salon is very risky, and I won't take that risk with your pet or anyone else's. That said, your pet's time spent in a kennel is very short. We only put them in there when we are done grooming them, and we call you immediately when they are finished.My salon is very small and has no area for the customers to be while their dog is being groomed. It is safest not to let the dog see you during their grooming. The groomer is working with sharp tools, and if your dog can see you they typically fight to get to you, which can be a dangerous situation.Becoming a dog groomer begins with learning how to use various pet grooming tools. Our curriculum also teaches you how to safely groom both dogs and cats while maintaining a calm, relaxing environment. When you enroll in our Dog Grooming Program, you can learn all of this and more.