Scrub-A-Dub-Dogs Call: 856-938-5720
Although we will make every effort to give a reminder about a scheduled appointment, it is the client’s responsibility to give us 1 Full Weeks notice regardless if we gave a reminder or not. If a scheduled appointment is canceled with less 1 Full Weeks notice and we cannot fill the canceled appointment your normal grooming fee will be will be charged. No further service will be provided until the cancellation fee is paid.
Returned Check Fee
Any check returned to us due to insufficient funds will result in a $30 returned check fee. No further service will be provided until the returned check fee is paid.
Accepted Payment Methods
We accept cash or check.
*Payment is due upon completion of services.
Authorization and Consent
We require your pet to have a Rabies Vaccination prior to service as required by local law. All other vaccines are not required. Your pet will not come into contact with any other pet while in our unit. We require an Authorization and Consent to be filled out before service is rendered.
We reserve the right to change our pricing, time of appointment, policies
and/or fees at any time without notice. Any verbal reminder we may give is provided as a courtesy, and it is the responsibility of the customer to cancel any scheduled appointment whether or not a reminder was given with ! Full Weeks notice. By making an appointment, you acknowledge and accept these terms.
Urgent: New Policy concerning elder dogs!
You must know and let me know of any problems related to your elder dogs’ health, such as heart issues, arthritis, kidney problems, seizures etc. Check with your Vet., that it is OK to groom your dog, if you are not sure! You must sign a release form stating that it is ok to groom your elder dog and give your permission to groom your dog. There are inherent risks with grooming elder dogs particularly if they have any health issues. We strive to provide as stress free a grooming experience as possible but grooming any dog especially an older dog is stressful and could result in the dog not feeling well, vomiting from distress and anxiety to even death. When a dog is in its last years or year of life they are very susceptible to heart failure, so I urge you to err on the side of caution and if your dog is not well, please forgo any and all grooming. A bath may be ok, followed by towel drying only but check with your Vet. First!