Best Dog Groomers in El Segundo


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California Groomin'

4308 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA 90230
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Established in 2001, California Groomin' is a salon that grooms cats and dogs in Culver City and surrounding California metros, including El Segundo. It uses natural and organic products that are safe and healthy. Owner Shirley Lewis has previously worked in local grooming salons. She has also attended the Nevada Dog Grooming School and graduated with a certification in advanced grooming of all breeds. California Groomin’ has also been voted The Best of Culver City by the Culver City News for 11 consecutive years.

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Marina Dog Grooming by Venicepets

1800 South Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90035
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Marina Dog Grooming by Venicepets has been providing professional pet grooming services in El Segundo, Los Angeles, and the surrounding areas for over 16 years. It offers full grooming services, including baths, nail clips, nail filing, anal expression, ear cleaning, and breed clips. Also available is professional hair styling for cats and dogs. Owner Mari has been in the industry for more than 10 years. She is a skilled companion hygienist and uses Japanese hand scissors for a careful and much better finish to each grooming session.

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Paws A While

1145 North Sepulveda Boulevard, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
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Paws a While is a dog grooming studio serving pet owners in the El Segundo area. It aims to provide a stress-free environment when handling the general grooming needs of pets. Different grooming packages are available and may include ear cleaning, anal glands expression, flea baths, and full styling. The business also offers daycare and boarding services for small-sized and mid-sized dogs. Paws a While has a veterinary technician on staff to help identify potential health issues.

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Scissors & Sudz

P.O. Box 3252, Culver City, CA 90231
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Scissors & Sudz is a family-owned and family-operated dog grooming business offering mobile services in El Segundo. Its team comes to homes and offices to provide baths, teeth brushing, dematting, nail clipping, and ear cleaning services to dogs ages five months and up. In addition, the groomers use natural grooming products made from plant and fruit extracts. They also give dogs breed hairstyles, summer shaves, or custom haircuts. Scissors & Sudz brings more than 26 years of grooming experience.

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Westside Grooming

El Segundo, CA 90066
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Westside Grooming is a mobile pet grooming business that serves the pet owners of El Segundo and the rest of the Greater West Los Angeles area. It offers baths, teeth brushing, nail trimming and filing, paw clipping, and full body haircuts. It also provides other services, such as blueberry facial scrubs and ear cleaning with an aloe-based cleaning solution. Additionally, it deals with anal gland expression for dogs. Westside Grooming has been in operation for more than 10 years.

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Wet Paws Mobile Pet Grooming

Beverly Hills, CA
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Wet Paws Grooming is a mobile dog groomer that serves clients from El Segundo and nearby areas. The business provides a wide range of services for pets including bathing, nail clipping, ear cleaning, blow-drying, and dematting. It also offers a wide selection of Espree products such as the rainforest conditioner, plum perfect shampoo, and strawberry lemonade shampoo. This mobile salon has been using a modern hydrotherapy bathing system and an advanced vacuum system for sanitization purposes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I become a certified dog groomer?

A: The National Dog Groomers Association of America, Inc. (NDGAA) offers breed-specific material you can study when you want to earn certification as a dog groomer. After studying the materials, you would then attend an NDGAA workshop and take the certification test that’s offered at the end of the workshop.

Q: Do you need a license to groom dogs?

A: No license is required to groom dogs. However, there are certifications available that a groomer can earn to show expertise and advance their professional careers. You can gain certifications for grooming specific breeds, or you can complete all the certifications and then test to become a National Certified Master Groomer.

Q: How do you become a dog groomer?

A: You have several options for becoming a dog groomer, beginning with on-the-job training. With this option, you get paid while learning how to groom dogs. You could also take online courses or attend dog grooming school. With this option, you gain certification that you can present to an employer to show your qualifications.

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