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Best Dog Groomers
in Vancouver
2020

9 Best Vancouver Dog Groomers

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We scored 47 Dog Groomers in Vancouver, WA and Picked the Top 9

A Bath and A Biscuit is a dog grooming salon owned and operated by Maria Andree, who has served Vancouver and the nearby Portland area for several years. Andree has experience in both dog and cat grooming. Her techniques include scissor finishes, designer cuts, baths, nail trims, ear cleaning, and anal gland treatment (if requested). Customers can also have nails, ears, and dental care done separately if they so desire. Another favorite feature among clients is Andree’s dog clothing exchange program. She welcomes all breeds, and customer reviews state that Andree made pets feel at ease and pampered from the beginning to the end of the process. Most have returned multiple times for ongoing service.

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All Fur Love Mobile Grooming, LLC is a Vancouver-based company serving pet owners within a 10-mile radius of Salmon Creek. Owner/operator Cindy Wright will drive to her clients’ homes in a fully-equipped van, take the animal to its spa, and return it after finishing. Services include bathing, nail trims and buffs, warm water baths, multiple shampooing, and gland expression. Cindy also will provide ear cleaning (and plucking for applicable breeds), blow drying, brushing, paw hair trims, cologne, and a bandana or bow. Full grooms add custom haircuts as well, and add-ons consist of foaming facial treatments, de-matting, and treatments for itchy/dry skin or greasy skin and coats.

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Battle Ground Dog Grooming in Battle Ground, Washington, is a grooming service credited by customers for its attention to detail. The company’s groomers handle the cleanliness and hair/nail care of the pet, but they also check for more severe problems such as badly matted fur (indicative of infections) or infected ears. Groomers handle eye drainage excess and cleaning of cuts and sores as well, along with flea and tick treatments. Grooming sessions can remove bubble gum, burrs, paint, candy, and other commonly contracted contaminants. The company has operated many years, and customer reviews indicate it does a thorough job in treating pets.

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Brenda’s Pet Barber is a dog grooming location in Washougal that serves pet owners there and in the surrounding communities of Clark County along Washington’s Columbia River. The owner welcomes both small and large dogs, and she also provides boarding for owners who need a trustworthy individual to watch their pets during long hours at work, vacations, or extended business trips. Brenda’s gentle grooming services include shampooing, bathing, nail clipping/buffing, and haircuts/trims. She also provides de-shedding and styling services, and customer reviews have responded positively to the added touch of sending dogs home with a bag of homemade treats.

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Kung Fu Shihtzu Grooming is a dog grooming service that works out of Vancouver and welcomes clients from the surrounding areas. The company’s technicians have more than 16 years of combined experience and training with official training from institutions such as the California School of Dog Grooming. Customer reviews have credited the team for being gentle with pets, listening to customer instructions, and offering superior de-matting services. Clients have responded positively to the smell and look of their pets as well as how staff places their dogs at ease. Primary functions include fur trims, ear cleaning (with the option for hair removal), bath and brush out, nail trims, anal gland expressions, and teeth cleaning.

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Muddy Paws is a self-service dog wash company that allows owners to bring their pets to a state-of-the-art facility for full grooming supplies and treatments. The company works out of Vancouver, Washington, and it features several conveniences such as adjustable tubs, high-powered dryers, and an unlimited amount of absorbent towels. Owners/lifelong dog lovers Mary and Karen opened Muddy Paws in September 2010, and it has grown steadily over the years. Karen died in 2017, but Mary employs a team of pet-loving professionals who seek to preserve her legacy and develop the brand for the safety and convenience of their clients.

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Rozo Dog Spa is a company located in the Portland region that serves pet owners throughout the city of Vancouver. It is licensed and insured in the state of Washington. Owner Jenna Bollens has more than eight years under her belt, and she has experience working gently with anxious or medically unstable/fragile dogs. Primary functions include but are not limited to bathing, breed cuts, custom hairstyles, and cat grooming. She also does teeth scaling and anal gland expressions. Customer reviews indicate that she offers a careful hand with rescue dogs and that even the most anxious are at ease and excited to see Jenna during their visits.

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Susie’s Country Inn for Dogs and Cats is a Vancouver-based company that has served the Portland area since 1993, with more than 24 years of grooming and training experience. The company has multiple options for pet lovers, from those seeking Cadillac treatments to owners on a budget. The Suites offer the top-tier service, and they consist of climate controls, television, ceiling fan, and accessibility to a covered yard for exercise. Susie’s also provides patio rooms, which feature glass doors for easy access to natural light, climate control, ventilation, stereo music, and ample opportunities for pets to go outside and exercise. There are specialized rooms for cats and small dogs as well.

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Urban Dog Bath & Body Grooming is a company located in Vancouver and serving pet owners throughout the Portland area. It specializes in dog and pet grooming as well as salon care services, providing technicians with state-of-the-art tools, facilities, and training. Owner Sandra had more than two decades of experience in the beauty industry for humans before transitioning to pets. She offers services at no charge for rescue groups as well as the Humane Society of Southwest Washington. She comes highly-rated on the consumer watchdog sites of Yelp and Google Reviews, and customers have said she welcomes and accommodates special needs dogs, and she is willing to take extra time to earn a dog’s trust.

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