Best Dog Groomers in Des Moines

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Daisy's Pet Grooming

504 West Stewart Avenue, Puyallup, WA 98371
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Business Description

Daisy’s Pet Grooming is a pet care and grooming service that serves the residents of Des Moines. It provides dog washing, dog grooming, and nail trimming services. In addition, it also offers health and safety services, which address concerns such as fleas, skin tears, impacted anal glands, and excessive nail growth. Daisy’s Pet Grooming also has doggy daycare and walking solutions. In order to ensure pet safety, its facility uses a UVC antiviral air filtration system.

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Mighty Moe’s Mobile Grooming

Des Moines, WA
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Mighty Moe’s Mobile Grooming is a full-service mobile pet salon that services the residents of Des Moines and the surrounding areas. Its full grooming package includes bathing and brushing, fluff drying, nail clipping, and anal gland expression. It also handles teeth brushing and ear cleaning. In addition, the salon offers other services, such as de-shedding treatments and flea or tick removal. Mighty Moe’s Mobile Grooming only uses biodegradable products. It also does not use kennels or tranquilizers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a certified dog groomer?

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.

Do you need a license to groom dogs?

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.

How do you become a dog groomer?

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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