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For Appointments

I strive to keep all my furry clients happy and safe throughout the duration of their time at my salon. These requirements are in place to keep the salon safe. 

Current on Vaccines

Owner MUST provide proof of vaccinations upon first grooming appointment. Pet(s) MUST be current on Rabies, Distemper, and Parvo-Virus vaccinations. We will also request current Veterinarian information. Special circumstances will be taken into consideration.


Behavioral Issues

Owner MUST inform Hairy Stylez Salon if their pet(s) bites, has bitten, or is aggressive to people, other pets, or troubled by specific grooming procedures. Muzzles may be used if necessary. Muzzling will not harm your pet and protects both the pet and the groomer. Hairy Stylez Salon reserves the right to refuse/stop services for such pet(s) at any time before or during the grooming process. We reserve the right to charge an Aggressive Dog Fee in addition to the regular grooming charge.


Health Concerns

Grooming procedures can sometimes be stressful, especially for a senior pet or a pet with health problems. These procedures can expose hidden or aggravate known medical conditions, during or after the groom. Because Senior pets with health conditions have a greater chance of injury, these pets will be groomed for cleanliness and comfort, in a style that will not add to their stress. 

**If fleas or ticks are found during the grooming process, you will be charged an additional fee to properly treat your pet with a natural product to kill the parasites.


Mat Removal

Pets with matted coats need extra attention during their grooming session. Mats left in a pet’s coat will only grow tighter and can pull on the pet’s skin and even tear it open. Hairy Stylez Salon does not wish to cause serious or undue stress to your pet and will not continually de-mat your pet for you. Mats can be very difficult to remove and may require the pet to be shaved. When necessary, removing a heavily matted coat includes risks of nicks, cuts, or abrasions due to warts, moles, or skin folds trapped in the mats. Heavy matting can also trap moisture and urine near the pet’s skin allowing mold, fungus, or bacteria to grow, causing skin irritations that existed prior to the grooming process. Torn skin from mats can also harbor maggots. After-effects of mat removal procedures can include itchiness, skin redness, self-inflicted irritations or abrasions, and failure of the hair to regrow. Shaved pets are also prone to sunburn and should either have sunscreen applied daily or should be kept out of the sun until the hair grows sufficiently to protect the skin. In some cases, pets can also exhibit brief behavioral changes. There is an extra charge for de-matting. Prevention is the best defense against matting; therefore, be sure to schedule regular grooming appointments.

Agreement formatted from Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming

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