PLEASE REMEMBER, DOG SIZE/WEIGHT, COAT LENGTH AND CONDITION CAN VARY WIDELY WITHIN A SPECIFIC BREED CATEGORY. THE PRICE RANGE BELOW FOR FULL CUTS INCLUDE DIFFERENT SCENARIOS SUCH AS A SHORT CLIP OR FULL BREED SPECIFIC SCISSOR CUT. ​

Hand Stripped

Thinned Out

Deshedding, Coat Thinning & Terrier Hand Stripping are specialties @ Canine Design

Services & Prices

APPROXIMATE SIZE                         ​FULL CUT               BATH & BRUSH (NOT major dematting) .                       

$40.-$50.


$45-$60


$50-$70+


$65-$100+


$95+






SMALL (up to 20lb)  


MEDIUM (up to 40lb)


M/L DOGS (up to 60lb)


LARGE (up to 80LB)


XL (just huge)









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ITS ALWAYS MORE ACCURATE TO CALL ME IF YOU NEED TO GET A BETTER IDEA. I 

ASK YOU SPECIFIC QUESTIONS TO DETERMINE A MORE DETAILED EXPLANATION BASED ON YOUR INDIVIDUAL DOG AND WHAT YOU WANT DONE.


DOGS THAT ARE MATTED, AGGRESSIVE/SKITTISH, OR OTHERWISE MORE TIME CONSUMING FOR VARIOUS REASONS USUALLY WARRANT EXTRA CHARGES. 


PRICES QUOTED ARE ALWAYS JUST A RANGE. THESE PRICES ARE A GOOD GUIDELINE, BUT BEHAVIOR, COAT CONDITION, AND TOTAL TIME SPENT DETERMINE FINAL PRICE. 

   NAIL TRIM


   ​BATH AND FLUFF DRYING


         GLANDS EXPRESSED


         PRECISION HAIRCUT

 

              EARS CLEANED    

(Included in all bath/grooms)

Deshedded

$18+


$25+


$30+


$40+


$65+

ASK ME ABOUT MY IN HOME PET​ SITTING/BOARDING! COUCH POTATOES WELCOME! MY HOME IS YOUR DOG'S HOME WHILE YOU'RE AWAY! NO CRATES ( AVAILABLE IF PREFERRED) ... FREE RUN OF THE HOUSE!

​​Senior pets receive comfort focused care. Many are blind, deaf, or hurting, and sometimes senile. I do the best I can with what these pets will allow. If the dog is "bad" about anything (nails, face/eyes, etc.) I simply go with the flow and don't "force" groom. They usually get most of what they need, but a happy, comfortable and safe experience is much more important than a "perfect" haircut.


The same applies to puppies, rescues or any dogs not used to being groomed. WIth regular grooming, trust can be quickly earned by these precious dogs, making subsequent appointments easier and possibly less time consuming. Its best to groom pups young (8-12 weeks) to help avoid later fear and stress.


CATS: I groom cats that are not known to be aggressive toward groomers. I can't/don't sedate, and no longer take unnecessary risks with high stress kitties.