Doggy 'Doos Boutique & Barkery  - ...and Healthy Pet Food Delivery!
Grooming Services


Mini-Schnauzer, Tiki relaxing at home after her groom.

           Basic 'Doo
  • Brush-out / Coat & Skin assessment
  • Heated Massaging Hydro-Surge Bath 
  • Premium Coat & Skin specific Shampoo & Conditioner 
  • Tear-Free facial shampoo
  • Anal Gland Check
  • Warm Air Hand Dry 
  • Pawdicure: Nails Clipped & Filed Smooth or Grinded (preferably)
  • Trim hair from: Paw Pads, Eyes, Ear Canal Opening and Sanitary Areas
  • Clean Ears / Remove Excess Hair
  • Lightly Scented Perfume, unless sensitive
  • Bow, scarf, braids, etc…

  • LOTS of LOVE and patience!!!
 Small $35.-40. Medium $40.-45.  Large $55.-65.  Giant $60.-75. 
 

Goldendoodle, Molly waiting for her post groom cookie!
 
    In Between Sprucing
  • Nail trim
  • Brushout
  • Ear Cleaning
  • Hair trimmed from around eyes
  • Sanitary Trim
  • New bows, scarves, etc...

  • 27 tummy rubs!!!
 Small $20. Medium $20.  Large $25.  Giant $25. 
 
 
 


I love a Schnauzer with a mohawk!
 
Full 'Doo
 Includes everything listed in Basic Groom, as well as a full body haircut especially tailored to suit your dog’s breed, personality, or lifestyle.
 Small $45.-55. Medium $60.-70.  Large $75.-90.  Giant $90.-120. 
 


 
Customize your doggy's spa day with these extras:

  • Teeth Brushing
  • Enzymatic Odor Treatment (for the stinkiest dogs)
  • Blueberry Facial
  • Medicated Shampoo
  • Nails Polished 
  • Nail Art (small non-toxic jewels adhered to pet’s nails)
  • Flea & Tick Preventative (includes a citrus and herbal flea & tick dip/shampoo and a Capstar)  *Please let me know if you suspect your dog has fleas or ticks before your appointment so that we can discuss pretreatment options that will help rid your pet of pests and also protect my other grooming clients.   
  • Color Enhancing Shampoo
  • Hypo-Allergenic Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Doggy Bling (Non-toxic pet safe gems) 
  • Feather Extensions
  • Moisturizing Paw Pad Treatment
  • Hair Coloring (Non-toxic, pet safe and temporary.)  
Mini Daushund, Heidi loves her Dead Sea salted bath!
Bella loves her monthly mud masque (& I love Bella!)

For the pet who has everything, enhance their spa day with these luxurious add-ons...
Dead Sea Salt Soak: Elderly arthritic dogs really enjoy this... As calming relaxation music especially composed for dogs is played, he or she is first double-washed and conditioned as usual. Then, the tub is cleaned and filled with salted luke-warm water (to about he dog's elbow level.) Using my massaging bathing system (kind of like a hand-held massaging shower head),  I re-circulate the salted water over the dog's body for a minimum of 10 minutes. This gives their bodies time to absorb the beneficial minerals of the salts. Therapeutic essential oils may be added to the water, if needed. Special attention is paid to the neck, back and leg muscles. Problem areas are gently tended to. Once all this is finished, the dog is rinsed with clean cool water and wrapped in a warm towel.
  • The Dead Sea is just over 45 miles long and has no outlet. Because of this, the water has a high concentration of 33% salt compared to only 3% in the Ocean. The water also contains a very high concentration of 21 minerals, 12 of which are found in no other body of water on Earth.  Many of these minerals (like magnesium) are easily absorbed through the skin.  
The perfect time for a massage is while the mud is drying. :)
Madra Mor Mud Masque: This soothing mud masque is an all-natural treatment for dogs with skin issues. It is loaded with antioxidants and astringent ingredients to promote healing and comfort. Madra Mór Mud is made from mixing certified medicinal clay (rich in silica, potassium, zinc, magnesium, calcium) with soothing ingredients (aloe vera, borrage oil, allanation, and omega fatty acids from rice bran).  This combination helps draw out impurities, clear pores and infuse skin with healing vitamins and minerals. It is great for oily skin and clogged pores. 
   As calming music especially composed for dogs is played, he or she is first double-washed as usual. Madra Mor Mud is generously applies to the dog's coat. The masque is lightly massaged into the doggy's skin until the mud begins to dry (about 5 minutes).  The dog is given a ear, jaw and temple massage for another five minutes while the mud works its magic. (This is a great time for a Blueberry Facial!) Once complete, the mud is thoroughly rinsed away and the dog is wrapped in a warm towel.

Pomeranian, Sassy during her deshedding treatment... Yes, that's all her hair!De-shedding Treatment: Shampoo rich in amino acids is applied to the dog's body using a massaging warm-water bathing system. This process helps loosen and release excess undercoat and is done for about 5 minutes. Then, he or she is thoroughly brushed in the tub while soapy and wet. Brushing is continued until no undercoat is released and a comb easily slides through the coat. Special attention is paid to the hind-quarters and ruff. (This step of the process may take up to 30 minutes.) Once complete, the dog is washed again, rinsed and a thick conditioning cream (also rich in amino acids) is applied over the entire coat. While soaking in the conditioner, the coat is combed again. The bath is followed up with a vigorous full body brush-out using a specialized undercoat removing tool that is attached to a gentle vacuum suction... This treatment removes grocery bags full of shedding hair and lasts weeks!
Aromatherapy Bubble Bath: Essential oils of Lavender, Ginger Lily, Amyris, Petitgrain and Sweet Orange are carefully added to a hypo-allergic bubble bath. The combination of these oils have shown to help promote a sense of calm in canines exhibiting fear and anxiety.     
Elderly Yorkie, Bella enjoys her aromatherapy bubble bath!Tranquil music especially composed for dogs is played while you pup breathes in the relaxing scents and receives a 10 minute minimum massage. Once complete, he or she is rinsed in clean cool water and wrapped in a warm towel. 
Moisture Wrap: Moisture wraps are most beneficial for dogs with dry brittle hair, or as an extra conditioning boost to a dog with normal hair.  As thick cream conditioner is warmed, the dog is bathed as usual then rinsed with luke-warm water. The heated conditioner is then massaged into the pet's coat and lightly brushed through. Next, I run a large towel through pretty warm water and wring it out. The warm wet towel is then wrapped around the pup's body up to his or her cheeks. (This is when the doggy looks at me like I'm magical! Like they've never felt so wonderful... I really should get a picture of that! LOL) Anyway, I let them sit like that for 5-10 minutes while the hair follicles absorbs the moisture and the towel cools. Finally, he or she is rinsed in cool water and wrapped in a fluffy warm towel *This treatment is not recommended for elderly dogs or dogs with heart conditions, because the warmth of the towel may cause slightly elevated blood pressure. Not recommended for dogs with follicle issues.