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“No-shows” have such a big impact on our schedule because we have one groomer dedicate themselves to one dog at a time. Please notify us of any possible cancelation or tardiness. For missed appointments we will charge the full amount of appointment and a credit card will be placed on file for any future appointments. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter. Wag in. Wag out.Our salon iUnlike some places, you will know who is grooming your dog. I believe that an essential part of providing grooming service is building a personal relationship with my clients, so that you will receive personalized service, and never be treated like a number. My goal is to greet all of my canine clients by name.We welcome you and your pet to join us at any time! But while we take walk-in guests for nails throughout the day, we recommend setting up an appointment to guarantee we’ll be ready to fully groom your dog. And don’t worry, making an appointment is easy! Just fill out the simple form below. Select the day and time you would like to come in, along with the services you’d like us to perform. Once we receive your request, we’ll check our schedule and give you a call! are booked based on breed and type of service. On your first visit, expect to leave your dog for about 1½ to 3 hours, depending on breed and coat condition. We work one on one with your dog and your first visit is very important to us. We would like to get to know your dog so we can build a relationship with him or her We take extensive notes about coat, haircut desired, and demeanor, so that for future visit’s we know ahead of time. At Green Dog Wash we work as a team. What does this mean? This means that your dog is usually assigned to the same Canine Stylist when possible, but on occasion your dog may be groomed by someone else. If you have a favorite Canine Stylist, be sure to request them when scheduling appointments. We are also 100% cage free. That means that at no point will your dog be in a cage. This means that we do not take in multiple dogs at one time and get to them when we can and we NEVER dry them in a cage. We have found that this helps reduce some of the anxiety that the grooming experience may cause some dogs.