Maintain Your Pet's Health

Contact us for dog grooming services in Bozeman, MT

You want your pet to stay healthy. Regular grooming is an important contributor to your pet's health. The Pet Parlor in Bozeman, MT offers:

  • Baths
  • Grooming
  • Nail trimming
  • Hair trimming

No matter what kind of coat your dog has, it needs to be groomed every four to eight weeks to keep their skin clean and healthy.

Regular nail trimming is also essential for your dog's health. If nails grow too long, they can grow into your dog's pads, crippling their feet.

All dogs must be up to date on vaccines and flea and tick medication. For pet grooming services, contact us today.

Pet grooming you can afford

Pet grooming you can afford

We won't surprise you with the cost of your pet grooming services. Our dog grooming prices are as follows:

Bath - $25 to $45
Small Dog - $43
Medium Dog - $54
Large Dog - $65
Extra Large Dog - $70+

Prices may vary with coat length and amount of hair. For an estimate on the total cost of your dog grooming services, please call now.

Keep Your Pet Looking Its Best

•Every dog needs to be groomed, no matter the length of its hair. A bath should be given every 4 to 8 weeks to ensure its skin is healthy and clean, and its coat is soft and shiny.
•Regular brushing is important and highly recommended:
•Short-haired dogs (labs, Jack Russells, and boxers) need brushing to reduce shedding and stimulate blood flow to the surface of their skin. A rubber curry brush will keep their coat shiny and sleek.
•Dogs with undercoats (retrievers, huskies, and collies) require more brushing due to shedding. Their bi-annual shedding of the soft hair underneath can cause matting around the ears, belly, and flanks. If matted hair is left unattended, it can lead to hot spots and dermatitis. A slick brush works best for these dogs.
•Your dog's nails should be trimmed every 4 to 6 weeks to prevent overgrown nails that can get snagged and ripped off. If the nails grow too long, they can begin to grow into your dog's pad. This can cause the nail and pad to deform, crippling your dog's feet.
• Dogs with fine coats (poodles, schnauzers, Shih Tzus, and westies) are most prone to matted hair in a short period of time. They benefit the most from a regular grooming schedule with professionals. These dogs need to be brushed daily to prevent matted hair that leads to hots spots, dermatitis, and conjunctivitis around their eyes. Maintenance or care is easier if the dog is kept shaved.