Grooming, Bathing & Additional Services

Andy’s Pet Grooming locations in Burbank, Eagle Rock & Glendale meet all of your pets grooming needs from short hair to long hair, small to xlarge dogs and even cats! Full service grooms and show quality cuts (schnauzers, poodles, doodles, bichons, terriers, bouvier, shih tzus, labradoodles, goldendoodles, schnoodles, cockapoos, etc), trims, baths, soft paws, flea and tick treatments, nail care, ear cleaning and more. See below for pricing and all addon services offered. Check with each location for special pricing.

Prepaid packages: All packages must be approved by management. Packages may not be applicable for certain breeds and price may vary.

Fleas: If we notice fleas on your pet(s) while washing/grooming, your pet will be given an immediate flea bath (flea shampoo will be applied) and you will be notified at pick up and responsible for the fee. We will waive the $7 fee for 1st time customers only.
Bath & Haircuts: Baths and haircuts include nail clipping, anal gland expression and ear cleaning.

Grooming matted and/or uncooperative pets such as puppies, seniors, disabled etc. results in more work for our groomers, therefore, pricing will be set accordingly.

All shampoos and conditioners used during baths and haircuts are organic.

Grooming Services

Baths

Add on services available
upon request

Small Dog Short Hair
$35 and up

Medium Dog Short Hair
$45 and up

Large Dog Short Hair
$60 and up

XLarge Dog Short Hair
$90 and up

Cats Short Hair
$75 and up

Small Dog Long Hair
$45 and up

Medium Dog Long Hair
$55 and up

Large Dog Long Hair
$75 and up

XLarge Dog Long Hair
$100 and up

Cats Long Hair
$85 and up

Just A Trim Small Dogs (Not a full haircut)
$10 and up added to bath price

Just A Trim Medium Dogs (Not a full haircut)
$15 and up added to bath price

Just A Trim Large Dogs (Not a full haircut)
$20 and up added to bath price

Just A Trim XLarge Dogs (Not a full haircut)
$30 and up added to bath price

Haircuts

Add on services available
upon request

Small Dog Short Hair
$60 and up

Medium Dog Short Hair
$70 and up

Large Dog Short Hair
$85 and up

XLarge Dog Short Hair
$100 and up

Cats Short Hair
$100 and up

Small Dog Long Hair
$65 and up

Medium Dog Long Hair
$75 and up

Large Dog Long Hair
$90 and up

XLarge Dog Long Hair
$120 and up

Cats Long Hair
$110 and up

treatments

Shampoo Treatment Aloe
$8

Shampoo Treatment Oatmeal
$8

Shampoo Treatment De-Skunk
$30

Conditioner Treatment
$8

Flea Shampoo
$7

Nail care

Cut/File Nails Small/Medium Dogs
$20

Cut/File Nails Large/XLarge Dogs
$30

Cut Nails Small/Medium Dogs
$10

Cut Nails Large/XLarge Dogs
$20

Trim/Cut Nails Cat
$20

Soft Paws Application Only
$35

Soft Paws Application & Product
$45

Poodle Feet Small/Medium Dogs
$10

Poodle Feet Large/XLarge Dogs
$20

Massage (5 Minutes) Small/Medium Dogs
$10

Massage (5 Minutes) Large/XLarge Dogs
$20

More Addons

De-Matt/De-Shed
$10 and up

Teeth Brushing
$15

Ear Hair Removal (Plucking)
$10

Express Anal Glands
$10

Tick Removal
$5 each

Straight Through Rush Service
$20

Pet Grooming & Bathing Are Important For Your Pets Health

Andy’s Pet Grooming offers grooming, bathing and essential services at out Burbank, Eagle Rock and Glendale California locations. Choose your location at the top of the page to find out details, pricing and contact information for the location nearest you. Feel free to Contact Us with any questions you may have.

Pet grooming is an essential part of caring for your furry friends. Grooming not only keeps your pet looking and smelling good, but it also helps to maintain their overall health and wellbeing.

Regular grooming sessions can help prevent various health issues and keep your pet comfortable and happy.

Here are some reasons why pet grooming is important:

Promotes Good Health: Regular grooming helps to identify any health issues early on. You can detect lumps, bumps, cuts, scratches, and other skin problems easier. Brushing and bathing also helps to get rid of loose hair and dirt, which can cause skin irritation and infections.

Improves Appearance: Grooming can make your pet look and smell better. Regular brushing and bathing helps to remove tangles, mats, and dirt that can make your pet look unkempt. Trimming nails, cleaning ears, and brushing teeth are other grooming tasks that can enhance your pet’s appearance.
Socializing: Regular grooming can help your pet become more comfortable with being handled, which can make vet visits and other necessary handling less stressful for both you and your pet.

Prevents Parasites: Fleas, ticks, and other parasites can cause a variety of health problems for your pet. Grooming helps to detect and prevent these pesky parasites. Regular baths and brushing can help to remove fleas and ticks, while preventative products can be applied to protect your pet from these pests.

Now that we understand the importance of pet grooming let’s discuss some of the essential grooming practices.

Brushing: Brushing your pet’s fur regularly helps to remove dead hair, dirt, and mats. It also stimulates the skin, distributes natural oils, and prevents tangles. Brushing also helps to reduce shedding, which is especially important during shedding season.

Bathing: Regular bathing helps to remove dirt, oil, and odor from your pet’s fur. It also helps to prevent skin problems and infections. However, too much bathing can dry out your pet’s skin, so it is essential to follow the recommended bathing schedule for your pet’s breed.

Nail Trimming: Long nails can cause discomfort and pain for your pet, especially if they get snagged on something. Regular nail trimming prevents this discomfort and reduces the risk of infection and paw issues.

Ear Cleaning: Ears should be cleaned regularly to prevent infections and buildup of wax.
Teeth Brushing: Brushing your pet’s teeth regularly can prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath.

In conclusion, pet grooming is an essential part of caring for your pet’s health and wellbeing. Regular grooming can prevent health problems and improve your pet’s appearance.

Always consult with a veterinarian if you have any concerns about your pet’s health.