In Oak Grove Mall

Corner of 22 & 9

3132 Viking Blvd NW

Oak Grove, MN 55011


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We strive to give each pet the very best bath and haircut every time at a reasonable price. 




40.00 (full groom)


38.00(average size)


Golden retriever

45.00 (Bath & brush with light trim)

55.00 (“Full groom” shave down)


38.00 (full groom)

Full groom includes:

Bath & Hand dried

Nails Trim

Pads shaved Out

Ear hair plucking & Cleaning


15 min brushing

Hair cut to your liking

Bandana / bows

Doggie cologne

Bath & Brush includes:

Bath & Hand dried

Nail trim

Ear cleaning


Doggie cologne

Call for your Specific Breed Quote





Prices are based on breed, please call for a quote. Prices are subject to change and based on the condition of the coat, temperament, and size of your pet. All telephone quotes are estimates and can only be confirmed after the initial examination of your pet's condition.

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Add to your groom, Walk-Inn’s & Extra Services


Precious Paws #1 upgrade

Teeth Brushing & Anal gland expression


Upgrade your Shampoo too  Oatmeal/medicated-Anti itch/bright white/conditioner treatment (Of any kind)  Flea & tick Shampoo’s


Precious Paws Pawdicure:

(A time-saving trio of Nail Trimming, Nail Grinding, Pad trim, bandana/bows doggie cologne )


Hand Scissor

(any cut over 1/2 inch)


Nail Trim (Prevents painful splaying and splitting of the nails.)


Oversize Charge


Ear Cleaning & Plucking (Reduces build-up and helps prevent infection.)


Anal Gland Expression w/Groom only


Teeth brushing


Sanitary Trim (with out groom/trimming)



$10.00 per 15 minutes

Precious Paws strive to send your freshly groomed pet home as soon as possible. Most grooming require only 2 to 3 hours. we will give you an estimated pick-up time. Should your pet be ready sooner/or we need more time to work with your pet, we will notify you immediately…


“Puppy Cut” or “Teddy Bear Cut”
A puppy cut is a comb-adaper cut between 1/2 " & 1 1/2".The face is cut and styled into proportion.

“Shave Down” or “Field Cut”
This refers to a blade cut of 3/8" to 1/8".The face is proportioned on the shorter side


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Why do I need to have my dog groomed every 4 – 6 weeks? 
In order to maintain a proper and manageable coat, it is recommended that you have your dog groomed every 4 – 6 weeks. This is true for non-shedding breeds such as Poodles, Bichons, Shih Tzus, Lhasa Apsos, Terriers, etc. The coat on these breeds can easily become painfully matted if not properly maintained. Breeds that have short, shedding coats can usually wait 8 -12 weeks between grooming appointments, as long as they are brushed thoroughly at home.


How long does the grooming take? 
The typical stay at the shop is 2 to 3 hours for small to medium sized dogs. 3-4 hours for larger breeds with heavier under coats, and for pet's receiving hand scissoring or de-matting. We do our best to get your dog groomed and back home to you in a timely manner. Let's face it....the least amount of time they are away from you and their home the happier they are!


What is your cancellation policy?
If you must cancel an appointment, please try to give us at least 24 hours notice. In some cases pets arriving more than 25 minutes late may need to be rescheduled. No Shows will be noted. After 3 No Shows, you will be required to pay for your grooming appointment in full prior to your next appointment. If these seems a bit extreme, please understand that we work on an appointment basis. If you miss your appointment, we not only have lost business for the day but also have lost a spot for a customer who could have used it.


Can I stay with my pet during the grooming?
No. Pets are calmer and better behaved for grooming when the owner is not present. When the owner is present the dog is so focused on the owner that it disrupts the grooming process. It simply is harder on the dog and the groomer. We need the dogs full attention. We are using very sharp equipment around your pet's eyes and other "private parts" of the body. With the owner present the dog will not remain still enough for us to groom him safely.


When is it best to have my puppy groomed for the first time?
We like to see new puppies in our shop as early as 8 weeks of age. It's never too early to get your dog accustomed to grooming. Your puppy's first visit will be short and simple. Probably just a bath, blow-dry, nail clipping, and perhaps a little trimming around the face. We need to start very slow and sweet as to not stress the little pup out and to avoid "turning him off" to the grooming process.

Is my pet too old to be groomed?

Probably not, but older pets are one of the harder groups to work with. We may recommend that the cut remain simple and short so that the grooming process is as short as possible. Doing this will also insure that your older dog will not need grooming as often, which will surely make your pet happier!


Why does it seem so expensive to have my dog groomed?
Top Ten Reasons Why It Costs More to Get Your Pet Groomed Than Your Own Hair Cut:
10. Your hairdresser doesn't wash and clean your rear end.
9. You don't go for eight weeks without washing or brushing your hair. 
8. Your hairdresser doesn't have to give you a sanitary trim.
7. Your hairdresser doesn't have to clean your ears.
6. Your hairdresser doesn't have to remove the boogies from your eyes.
5. You sit still for your hairdresser.
4. Your haircut doesn't include a manicure or pedicure.
3. Your hairdresser only washes and cuts the hair on your head.
2. You don't bite or scratch your hairdresser.
1. The likelihood of you pooping on the hairdresser is pretty slim.

This list may be funny BUT it is TRUE!! Grooming a dog simply takes more time, patience AND COURAGE then cutting human hair!


What determines the cost?
The cost is based on the breed of the dog, what you want done, the condition of the coat, and the pet's behavior. All pets are different. As hard as you try to describe your dog, his hair, his behavior and what you want done over the phone, without seeing your dog or meeting your dog, we can not give you an exact price over the phone. Only an approximation.


Why do my dogs nails sometimes bleed after they have been trimmed?
When trimming your dog's nails, occasionally, even us professional groomers, nick the blood supply to the nail called the "quick". Although it may look like a lot of blood typically it is only a few drops and is easily controlled with styptic powder. If for some reason your dog's nail starts to bleed after you get home, you can apply cornstarch and pressure to the tip of the nail. This should stop the bleeding right away.


My dog is matted but I don't want him shaved. Why won't you brush him out?
Because it hurts. A LOT! Not only that it doesn't do any good. If the dogs hair is matted, the hair is already damaged and will not brush out to healthy looking or feeling hair anyway. Again, mostly we won't do it because it is not fair to the dog. It is not the dogs fault that it ended up in this position and we will not torture any dog for the sake of a nice haircut! If the dog has a mat or two that is a different story. We will do our best to remove the mat or simply shave the one mat out and continue on with a nice hair cut.


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