How old does my pet need to be to be groomed at Clean and Clip Grooming? All pets must be at least twelve weeks old and have all their vaccinations completed.
Does my pet need to be vaccinated to be groomed at Clean and Clip Grooming? Yes. All pets must be current on all their vaccinations. Dogs: Rabies, Bordetella and Distemper Cats: Rabies and Distemper
How long will my pet need to be there to be groomed? We will normally ask for a three hour window. If you have a very large pet or if we have a very busy day, we may ask for up to four hours.
Do you offer walk-in appointments? No, all services are by appointment only. On most days we are able to do nail clips or other stand-alone services in the late afternoon. Please call ahead to check our availability.
Do I need to tell you if my pet has any health problems? Yes. All information is required so that we may groom your pet safely and know to what to watch for if there is a health concern. We will notify you if a health concern arises that prevents us from grooming your pet.
Do you keep pets in kennels? Yes. This is the safest and most sanitary way for us to monitor all pets in our care. The kennels are disinfected daily.
Do you offer boarding or day care for pets? No we do not offer either.
Do you offer early drop-off or late pick-up options? Please let us know at the time you make your appointment if you have any time constraints, if you need to drop off your pet before we open or pick up your pet up later than the time they will be finished. We will try to accommodate this for you.
Can I book future appointments? Yes! We have some clients on our schedule for a whole year at a time. When you pick up your pet, we will ask you if you’d like to schedule your next appointment, but always feel free to ask about booking additional future appointments as well.
Are you open on the weekends? No. We are currently open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
I know my dog/cat is matted, but can you not to cut them too short? We will try our best within reason, and in keeping the pet as comfortable as possible. Heavily matted dogs/cats always require extra attention. These dogs/cats are at a higher risk for getting skin infections, flea infestations and contracting illnesses. Matted fur can hold water, which could cause a pet to catch an illness and become sick, even if it is an inside pet. It is safer for a matted pet to be clipped down, than to have tightly woven mats on their body.