K-9 Clipper Catamaran

K-9 Clipper Catamaran

Looking for expert, caring dog and cat grooming and cat boarding in the Coachella Valley? Look no further you have come to the right place. Rick and Steve are back and are the owners of K9 Clipper and Catamaran. They are locally owned and operated and have been serving Desert locals for over 40 years. Whether your dog or cat is in need of grooming, clips & cuts, nail trimming, teeth cleaning, shampooing, brush outs or something more; K9 Clipper And Catamaran is the place to call. Don't wait another minute, help is just a call away!

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  • 67555 E Palm Canyon Dr
    Cathedral City, CA 92234
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  • Phone: (760) 770-7676
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  • Hours Currently Open

    Monday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Tuesday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Wednesday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Thursday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Saturday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Many specialty breeds like poodles and schnauzers require a trimming that involves using clippers, and this means that occasional "clipper burn" can occur. Talking to your groomer beforehand about what length of clipping you would like for your pet can often prevent clipper burn.

Owners of long-haired and curly-haired dogs may choose the Retriever cut. This style involves shaving the fur to about an inch long, while making the face and tail even shorter. This is a popular cut to help keep long-haired dgs cool in warmer climates.

Brushing your pet’s hair removes dead hair and stimulates the skin, so it is important to brush properly. Make sure to brush from the skin out, passing the ends of the hair without flipping your wrist.

Because we groom so many animals, we can tell when there is a health issue or something bothering your pet. We'll let you know immediately if we suspect some type of health issue may be affecting your pet.

Have you ever accidentally cut the quick when trying to trim your dog’s claws? If so, you know it is extremely difficult to stop the blood flow. A professional groomer is unlikely to cut into the quick, but if that happens, groomers will certainly have styptic powder on hand to stop the blood flow.