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5.0 (6)

Columbus, OH


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Recent review:

"An excellent company!! I would highly recommend them without any hesitation."

Reviewed by Kayla S.

Terra Anne grooming

4.7 (248)

Columbus, OH


My reliability and honesty are unmatched, and I have experience caring for a wide range of pets, from dogs and cats to rabbits and beyond. You can even find me on Facebook! While I may not be availabl... read more

Recent review:

"Not only was she punctual, but she also arrived a tad early. It was delightful to watch her handle our little rescue girl, who had never been groomed professionally before, with such expertise. She tr... read more"

Reviewed by William L.

Head Over Tails

4.8 (41)

Columbus, OH


I am situated in Forest Park East, North East Columbus (270 and Cleveland Ave.), fully licensed and insured. I offer grooming services exclusively for dogs up to 40 pounds at my stationary location. I... read more

Recent review:

""The Head Over Tails grooming experience with Loretta was impressive. She efficiently groomed my dog and gave a new look to his face, which I loved. Additionally, Loretta educated me about the groomin... read more"

Reviewed by Stephanie R.

How much to tip dog groomer?

Depending on the job, you might want to consider tipping more or less. 15-20% of service is the standard tip for dog groomers. For example, if the groomer had to give your dog a full haircut, you might want to consider tipping closer to 25%. Conversely, if they just bathed your dog and brush out, you could probably get away with tipping 10-15%. Of course, it's always better to err on the side of generosity, so if you're not sure how much to tip, 15% is always a good place to start.

How often should you groom your dog?

Generally, it would be best to groom your dog 1-3 times per week, depending on the size of their coat. If they have a thick double or triple skin that will easily mat, it may be necessary to groom them every day. For smaller breeds with single coats, weekly grooming is usually plenty to maintain their appearance and minimize tangles and mats.

How much is dog grooming?

Grooming prices vary by region and even among groomers in the same area. You can expect to pay anywhere from $25 to $75 for a basic groom, including a bath, brush-out, nail trim, and ear cleaning. More complex grooms will cost more.

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