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Grooming

 Angie Walther N.C.M.G.
 (Certified Master Groomer with the National Dog Groomers Association of America)  


Angie got her start in grooming when she lived in Fargo/Moorhead in 1988. She worked with a groomer who was also a vet. tech. Not only did she learn how to groom she learned a lot about the health needs of dogs. Each new dog that comes in for a grooming is examined first to see what special needs it may require. Whether it be a medicated shampoo or extra cleaning in the ears, or if it is an older dog that can't stand for very long. We listen to what the owner wants and address whatever concerns they have. We NEVER use sedatives.

A full groom includes: nail trim, ears cleaned out, anal glands expressed, shampoo, condition, blow dry, custom haircut, cologne & dog bandanna or bows.

We have 3 new tubs (2 stainless steel) and one custom made tile walk in. We enjoy letting the large breed dogs walk in on their own instead of needing to lift. It is easier on the dogs and the groomers.
 
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Grooming Pricing:
(prices are based on size of dog, coat condition, dog behavior and type of haircut and can vary greatly from dog to dog)


*Please keep in mind that matted dogs, dogs with fleas/ticks, aggressive dogs, obese dogs as well as hyper and extra wiggly dogs will cost EXTRA!

Small breeds: (toy poodles, shihtzus, yorkies, pom. cats etc.): $35+

Medium breeds:
(Lhasa, cocker, cockapoo, Schnauzer, Golden Ret.-bath, etc.) $40+

Large breeds:
(Springer Spaniel, Golden Ret.-shaved down, $50+

Misc. Grooming:

  • Nail Trim $6   
  • Anal Glands expressed $6
  • Short Hair baths from $15-$30
  • Brush out ($30 per hour)

**Please keep in mind that any grooming done by Angie, who is a Certified Master Groomer, will be charged an additional 20% onto the above grooming prices.**

In loving memory of our favorite boy.... "Kola Weis" (below). We miss you! (Kola died a week or so later from cancer after these photos were taken.



A photo of "Angie's 4 girls"! The two black and white ones were adopted through the Headwaters Animal Shelter.


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