Due to high demand, Pawsh is currently unable to accept new grooming clients at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please check back for updates. (updated August 2017).
Clients are required to meet with the groomer for a brief consultation at the beginning of their appointment.
New clients must sign a grooming agreement form confirming their dog is up to date on all vaccinations and agreeing to our salon policies.
All dogs must be comfortable and calm in a crate as they will stay in crate (with a blanket) when they are not actively being groomed.
Owners are not permitted to wait in the grooming area while their dog is being groomed. You are welcome to wait in the retail store until the groom is completed.
Upon drop off, the groomer will inform the owner how long the groom will take. If owners need to pick their dog up within a certain time frame, please alert us when making the appointment. Dogs must be picked up within one hour of groom completion or containment fee of $20 per half hour will apply. Pawsh reserves the right to refuse future service if a customer consistently fails to pick up their dog within the one hour post-grooming window.
If necessary, please call within 24 hours to cancel a scheduled appointment. If an appointment is not cancelled within 24 hours, you will be charged a no-show fee of $40. A credit card is required to hold all appointments.
We understand the challenges of getting to appointments on time, but to serve our other clients, we will need to reschedule your appointment if you’re more than 20 minutes late ($40 no-show fee will apply).
All quoted price estimates are subject to change based on the condition of the dog's coat upon arrival.
Pawsh reserves the right to cut short or refuse grooming services at any time if we determine the dog is showing signs of aggression, adverse health or extreme stress.
NO NEW CLIENTS
Due to high demand, Pawsh is currently unable to accept new grooming clients. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please check back for updates. (updated August 2017).