Benefits & FAQ

Benefits of Mobile Pet Grooming

  • THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
  • No travel time to and from the groomers
  • No more dirty dogs in your car
  • Less stressful for your pet which makes grooming calming and relaxing

Benefits of Mobile Pet Grooming

  • THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME
  • No travel time to and from the groomers
  • No more dirty dogs in your car
  • Less stressful for your pet which makes grooming calming and relaxing
  • We come to you in our state-of-the-art grooming van
  • Full-service dog grooming
  • One-on-one attention
  • Your pet is never unattended waiting in a cage
  • No worrying about interaction with other animals

Frequently Asked Questions About Mobile Grooming

How Often Should My Pet Be Groomed?
It is best to schedule your dog to be groomed every 6 to 8 weeks. Smaller dogs, especially because their hair, will get matted.

When Should My Puppy Start Being Groomed?
When a puppy is two months old is best, so they get used to the groomer.

How Long Does A Grooming Session Last?
About an hour. If your dog needs to be shaved, add on 15 to 20 minutes.

Do You Need To Plug Into My Electrical Outlet Or Use My Water?
No, my van is all self-contained. You can learn more if you go to About My Van page.

Can I Be There While You Groom My Pet?
It is too stressful for pets when their owner is present. I would be more than happy to show you the inside of my van before the grooming session to make you feel more comfortable about the process.

I Have A Special Needs Pet—Is That A Problem?
No, I have been taking care of blind, deaf & geriatric dogs with no problems. I take my time to keep them comfortable.

My Dog Is Really Matted—What Can You Do For Him?
Matts happen when the hair gets twisted and knotted up so tight—imagine twisting strands of your hair until they are pulling the skin—it hurts! When a dog’s hair gets matted, it is very difficult and more importantly painful to the dog to brush out. For this reason, I will not brush out matts. Instead, they need to be removed, so I shave the dog’s hair down. It might not be the nicest looking cut that the owner wants but it relieves the dog, and there is no pain or stress involved through the grooming process.

My Dog Has Gotten So Scared When Groomed. How Can You Help?
I hold the dog until they stop shaking and starts to trust me. I then will handle them with care.

Do I Have To Be Home For You To Groom My Pet?
No, I have access to keys and garage door openers with numerous clients.

How Do I Schedule An Appointment?
You can either fill out the form on my site or call me. If I do not answer, I am most likely in the middle of grooming a dog so you can leave a message with the size of the dog, weight, breed, and location. I return all calls when I am back in my office that day.

Did You Know

  • Dogs do not sweat by salivating, they sweat through the pads on their feet
  • The name of the dog on the Cracker Jack box is Bingo
  • The Basenji is the only barkless dog in the world
  • The Dachshund is one of the oldest dog breeds in history, dating back to ancient Egypt
  • The Poodle haircut was originally meant to improve the dog’s swimming abilities as a retriever, with the pom-poms left in place to warm their joints
  • Three dogs (from First Class cabins) survived the sinking of the Titanic – two Pomeranians and one Pekingese
  • It’s rumored that at the end of the Beatles song ” A Day in the Life”, Sir Paul McCartney recorded and ultrasonic whistle, audible only to dogs, just for his Shetland Sheepdog

“David, aka Mr. Bubbles, has been a lifesaver. In the past, Bruno and Seamus, our miniature schnauzers, hated going to the groomers. David takes such good care of them, and it shows. They love to see him, and they show no signs of being nervous or upset. They look great every session and exactly like a miniature schnauzer should look! He is prompt, and his price is reasonable. We highly recommend Bubbles Mobile Grooming Service.”

A.D.

Oakton, Virginia – Schnauzer

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