The following list features 7 of the best dog groomers in Pittsburgh, PA.
1. Greenfield Grooming Salon
Donna Winnie, a certified veterinary technician, has been working with animals for three decades, and has been a professional dog groomer for many years. Greenfield Grooming Salon not only offers grooming for all breeds of dogs, but also provides daycare services for those days when you are not able to be home with your dog or cat. They can also cater for your other pets, with grooming offered for cats, birds, guinea pigs, rabbits and more.
Greenfield Grooming Salon offers nail trims for $10, and a bath and brush service that ranges in price from $20 to $40, depending on the breed of your dog. This includes a bath, trimming of nails, brushing teeth, anal glands, and cleaning ears. A full-service dog grooming is also available which includes a light trimming, as well as a premium service grooming if you really want to spoil your pet. Prices for these services depend on dog breed; contact the salon for a quote for your pet.
2. Mary’s Dog House
Mary’s Dog House has a brand new location in the Castle Shannon region of Pittsburgh. Mary has over 27 years of experience as not only a groomer, but also in dog training and competition, and will likely end up loving your dog as much as you do. Mary’s Dog House opened in 2001 and has been providing dogs across the city of Pittsburgh with a quality, safe grooming service at a reasonable price.
Mary’s offers a wide range of services tailored to your breed of dog – they will use a shampoo and conditioner that’s best suited to your dog’s coat type. Their grooming service offers an ear cleaning, nail trimming, de-shedding for breeds that shed, and haircuts for many breeds. Additional services are also available including a tooth brushing or a flea shampoo – just call and ask for a quote for your pooch.
3. All God’s Creatures
Kateri Walls opened All God’s Creatures in Garfield in 2005 and has been providing high-quality grooming services to the dogs (and cats) of Pittsburgh ever since. Kateri graduated from Pampered Pet School of Grooming and truly loves what she does – it’s easy to see her passion shine through in every pet she grooms.
All God’s Creatures offers an all-inclusive canine grooming service that includes a nail clipping and filing, teeth cleaning, ear cleaning, gland expression, and a minimum of two baths. They can even use bows at your request, leaving your pup looking more adorable than ever. Contact All God’s Creatures today to learn more or schedule a pampering.
4. The Dog House Groom and Board
Ed and Donna have been running the Dog House since 1998 and would love nothing more than to pamper your pet. The Dog House is a comfortable and cozy boarding facility located in the heart of the Hampton Township that also offers a comprehensive dog grooming service. Donna has completed extensive dog grooming training courses, so you can rest assured your pup is in safe hands each step of the way.
The Dog House offers soothing baths, extensive bathing, brushing, nail and coat trimming, ear cleanings, dental care, flea care, and so much more. They have a range of shampoos depending on your dog’s needs – hypoallergenic, dandruff friendly, oatmeal-based, and more. Contact them today to learn more about the services they can offer your canine companion.
5. Lather. A Pet Bath House
Situated in Bloomfield, this dog salon is your one-stop-shop when it comes to pampering your pet. Lather offers a luxurious experience for your pet, at a very reasonable price. Owner Jeff Manganello is a Pennsylvania native who has always loved animals and is very passionate about what he does for a living.
Lather offers the unique option of a DIY pet bath, perfect for those who live in an apartment or don’t have the space to bathe their pet. This service includes an apron, tub, shampoo, conditioner, fresh towel, and high-powered dryer. Prices range from $15 to $30, depending on the size of your pup. If you fancy your styling skills, you can also borrow a table and shears for an extra $25/hour. If you would rather leave it up to the professionals, Lather also offers the full salon experience from $25 to $60, depending on the size of your dog. Contact Lather to learn more about their services.
6. The Pet Salon
The Pet Salon provides a high-quality professional grooming service for your pet, where highly trained professionals with many years of experience bring their passion and expertise to the table. You’ll love the results, and your dog may even enjoy their experience.
The Pet Salon offers three packages. The Standard package includes a bath and brush, coat trim and groom, nail file and trim, ear cleaning and plucking, and gland expression (optional) and ranges from $29.95 to $82.95. The Deluxe package includes all of the above features, as well as a teeth cleaning, designer cologne, coat handler, and a crème rinse. This package ranges from $45.95 to $101.95. The premium package offers all features of the deluxe, as well as a quad roped shampoo and hair conditioner, and ranges in price from $47.95 to $103.95. Contact the salon to learn more.
7. Animal Elegance
Located in the Morningside region of Pittsburgh, Animal Elegance offers a quiet location where your pet will feel relaxed and comfortable as professional groomers take care of them. Every dog groomer and stylist at Animal Elegance is vastly experience and prioritizes the safety and comfort of your pet while they work.
Animal Elegance offers a range of services for your four legged friend, including a bath (ranging from $25-$37 for small dogs, to $60+ for extra-large dogs) or a full grooming service (from $49 for small dogs to $90+ for extra-large dogs). There are numerous shampoos to choose from, allowing you to find one perfectly suited to your dog’s coat. Prices vary depending on breed and size, so contact Animal Elegance for a quote or to schedule a grooming.
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