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Do I need an appointment or do you accept walk-ins?
- We do accept walk in nail trims, but do not accept walk in grooms to prevent overbooking. All appointments are pre-scheduled. We advise that you call at least 2 days in advance to schedule your appointment. We can only groom a certain numbers of dogs a day so don’t let your dog get behind the pack!
Drop off is always between 8:30AM and 9:30AM on the day of your scheduled groom!
Does my dog need to be fully vaccinated?
How much will the grooming cost?
- The cost is based on the breed of the dog, what you want done, the condition of the coat, and the pet’s behavior. All pets are different. Without seeing your dog or meeting your dog, we can not give you an exact price over the phone – Only an approximation. However more important than cost, coming to Izzy Pop means your dog will be cared for by Rita! She is a certified MASTER groomer, who has won countless awards for being good at what she does. Additionally to Rita's priceless work, her trained team cares for your dog outside of a cage!
Will my dog be walked and/or given water?
Do you use cage dryers?
Do you groom cats?
Why does it cost more to get my dog groomed than my haircut?
- This list may be funny BUT it is TRUE!! Grooming a dog simply takes more time, patience AND COURAGE then cutting human hair!
Is my dog crated while he's there for grooming?
How often should I bring my dog in for grooming?
Should I bathe my dog in between trips to the groomer?
My dog is matted but I don’t want him shaved?
- Attempting to brush out a badly matted dog hurts A LOT, it is not fair to the dog! Not only that it doesn’t do any good. We will try our best to save as much of the coat as possible, and use a deep conditioner that works to detangle the hair. If the dogs’ hair is matted, the hair is already damaged and will not brush out to healthy looking or feeling hair. If the dog has a mat or two that is a different story – We will do our best to remove the mat and continue on with the haircut.
How long will it take for my dog to get groomed?
Anywhere from 2 to 6 hours. Any dogs that require scissoring usually take 3 to 4 hours. Dogs that require a lot of scissoring such as standard poodles can take up to 4 to 6 hours to groom.
Also remember that grooming dogs is similar to working with children because they usually won't sit still, they sometimes will bite, sometimes have accidents (urinate or defecate in the cage), and/or they would rather be playing than having to get a bath and on and on. All of these factors which are hard to control immediately increase the time that it takes to groom the dogs.
Grooming scissors are extremely sharp and groomers have to use extreme care when scissoring on a dog's body especially considering around a dog's eyes and feet. Otherwise one mistake could mean a trip to the vet. Due to this fact, scissoring on a dog should NEVER be rushed and therefore adds to the time it takes to safely groom your dog.
We TRY OUR BEST to get you your furbaby as soon as we can however sometime we may take longer to groom your dog than you may have experienced at other places. We practice safety first rather than rushing and risk injury to your dog. Our focus is to provide a gentle grooming experience for your dog that will lead to your dog leaving our facility looking gorgeous!