1083 Rangeview Road
Mississauga • ON • L5E 1H2
Phone: 905-278-KAMP (5267)
Toll Free: 1-855-225-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 905-278-5268

Grooming for Dogs

Dog Grooming

Kamp K-9’s Groomers are Certified professionals and have received all the important and necessary schooling to make your furry family member look and feel like a million bucks. Our full-time Groomers are also entrepreneurs and run their sections as independent business owners. We are pleased to be able to offer Groomers this business opportunity. Kamp K-9 oversees Groomers and their operations to guarantee our strict high standards are met at all times.

Some dog owners prefer to be conservative in grooming choices and that's great! What's not to love about the look of a freshly groomed all-white Bichon Frise after a traditional groom - all fluffy and puffy! There is a segment of dog owners that love to experiment with their dog's hair colour, have their nails painted with non-toxic polish or get a cool Mohawk hair design. Either way, talk to your Groomer! Your pet's safety always comes first - and no piercings are allowed.

Kamp K-9 accepts no responsibility or liability with respect to your grooming decision and you will be asked to sign a waiver by the Groomer prior to commencement of “special” requests. Your dog could be the talk of the town or you may start a new trend. Have fun with it.

Grooming prices vary depending on dog breed, size, “special” request, amount of hair/trimming required, etc.

Because we're so committed to the health and safety of dogs while visiting Kamp K-9, dogs with FLEAS will not be able to enter our facility. We are sorry about this, but know as a pet owner you understand. We recommend you consult with your vet regarding treatment to eliminate fleas - and once they're gone - come see us!

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We've been coming to Kamp K-9 since 2013 and consider this place Doc's home away from home when we leave Doc here during our travels. We leave with a sense of peace of mind knowing that Sue and her Staff will tend to Doc as if he was on...

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