Prices of grooming services vary based on breed, coat condition and length of service and are determined once dog is assessed at the boutique.
For small breeds or mid-sized breeds that do not have thick hair or require a complicated cut, grooming costs about $25 to $45. Examples include the Bichon Frise, Miniature Poodle, Maltese, and Cocker Spaniel .
For mid-sized breeds, or larger breeds that do not have thick hair or require a complicated cut, grooming costs about $30 to $55. Examples include the Wheaten Terrier, Collie, Afghan Hound, and Chow Chow .
For mid-to-large-sized breeds that have thick hair and require complicated cuts, or giant breeds, grooming costs about $45 to $70 and up. Examples include the Standard Poodle, Bernese Mountain Dog, Bouvier Des Flandre, Briard, Golden Retriever and Great Pyrenees.
Bath-only grooming — with bath, ear cleaning and nail trimming — on a non-matted dog costs less than full grooming — usually 50 to 75 percent of the price. This is most common for dogs with very short hair.
The groomer usually bathes and dries the dog, cleans the ears, cut the nails, anal glands, and cut the hair into a particular style.