IMPORTANT: Please note that prices listed below are estimates only. The final price will be determined after we ascertain the size and coat condition of your pet. Prices below also exclude the additional cost for the removal of tangles, undercoats, fleas and ticks.
Bath • Fluff Blow • Nail Clip • Ear Clean • Pawpad Trim • Hygienic Shave
(excluding de-matting, de-ticking & undercoat removal)
Basic Grooming plus Styling (excluding de-matting, de-ticking & undercoat removal)
Bath • Fluff Blow • Nail Clip • Ear Clean • Pawpad Trim • Hygiene Shave
(excluding de-matting & undercoat removal)
Basic Grooming plus Styling (excluding de-matting & undercoat removal)
Beyond your furkid’s appearance, pet grooming is crucial to maintain physical health, cleanliness and a high level of happiness!
A pet grooming session typically consists of your furkid being brushed, bathed and dried, as well as trimmed or clipped. Our groomer brushes/combs out mats before the bath. They also clean your pet’s ears to remove buildup and to check for signs of infection. After your furkid’s coat is blow-dried, she will be trimmed, clipped, or shaved, as needed or requested.
Groomers trim most dogs over the eyes, at the tips of the ears, and on the bottoms of the feet. They also cut the dog’s nails to a comfortable length as long nails can cause pain especially during walking or running.
Pet grooming is usually more intense for long-haired furkids. It takes more time to brush their long fur and they need to get used to staying still for the duration. Therefore, we advise paw-rents to train their furkid to get used to pet grooming from young.
If you wait too long to begin the pet grooming sessions, your puppy may not be agreeable to it later on, especially when it comes to ear cleaning and nail clipping.
It’s important to know that dogs with short, clipped fur also require pet grooming.
In the same vein, although cats are obsessive groomers and spend between 15 and 50 percent of their day licking and caressing their fur and skin, you should not skip pet grooming for them too.
If detected early, these problems can be treated immediately.
Depending on the breed, hair length, and type of coat, regular grooming should be done about once a month or in two months.
Grooming keeps your furkid happy and healthy for the long term so don’t delay. And you may want to have your pet professionally groomed as it will save you time and energy too.
Here at PETITUDO, our team of experienced and dedicated groomers and stylists are here to help you with your furkid’s specific grooming needs.
What’s more – we use natural shampoos for pets and all-natural dog SPA products for our comprehensive grooming services too so rest assured there will not be toxic residue on your furkid’s skin.