Professional Pet Room & Groom – Dog Grooming Services
Dog Grooming Services:
At Professional Pet Room and Groom, we have been providing expert dog grooming cuts for all breeds, including puppy clips and hand scissor clips since 1996, although our dog and cat grooming experience dates back as far as 1989.
Pearl Johnstone, a Nationally Certified Master Groomer, both supervises the on-staff groomers and personally grooms her clients’ dogs with tender loving care and patience without the use of sedation or anesthesia.
Our standard dog grooming services include:
- A consultation with your groomer when you arrive
- A pre-bath with Thera-Clean if warranted
- Bathing your dog
- A hand-held blow dry
- A sanitary cut
- Teeth brushing
- Nail trimming
- Ear cleaning
- Anal glands expression
- A full Professional Groom
We never cage dry with heat. Instead, we use fans to dry using ambient room temperature and natural low humidity in our facility for the comfort of your pet. Fluff drying is used mostly for the best look for your dog.
Our dog grooming rates are dependent on the breed and size of your pet, the condition of his or her coat and your pet’s disposition, but we have provided our standard price list below for your convenience.
Due to the level of care and high quality grooming services we have provided the Boulder City community for well over a decade now, we are proud to have a loyal client list that keeps our appointment book well-scheduled. Therefore, we highly recommend appointments, although we will certainly take walk-ins when our appointment schedule permits. Reservations for both dog and cat grooming can be made by calling us at (702) 294-3111.
At home grooming is very important in between professional grooms. When bathing your pet, be sure that all knots are brushed or combed out. Please keep in mind that if your pet is severely matted, we will need to cut his or her hair short, as extensive dematting is painful, bordering on torturous, for your dog.
It is also very important to keep your dog’s nails short and they should be routinely checked between groomings. If left to grow too long, nails can not only pierce the pads of your dog’s feet, but your dog can develop arthritis from having to adjust his walk to avoid the pain brought on by overgrown nails. Play with your dog’s paws often to get him used to having his feet handled, which makes it that much easier for you to check them often and for us to trim them during grooming. A good standard for clipping nails is to get them done every 4 weeks. Call and bring your pet in between grooms to keep the nails shorter.