A Spaw day Paw-rents

would be jealous of!

We provide customized grooming services and packages that focus on what’s best for your pet. Everything from Full-Service spa days with nose-to-toes haircuts, to quick individual services like nail trims. Do you need a brush out to keep your dog tangle-free between grooms? Or maybe you’re feeling fun and want to let your dog rock a blue mohawk and purple nail polish? We do all that, too! Whether you’re a member of the Daycare, or you just need a loving groomer to make your furbaby look and feel beautiful, we’re here for you and for them.

All Paws Grooming always puts the health, safety, and well-being of the pet above all else. We use organic products and train our Salon Staff to understand that a trip to the groomer isn’t just about a bath or a haircut; it’s an experience and an important part of overall pet wellness. We’re a kennel-free salon, meaning we don’t use cage drying methods or double-book/overlap appointment times. Your pet gets one-on-one attention from the beginning of the appointment until the end. Treats and kisses included free of charge!

Pets are required to have DHLPP & Rabies vaccinations in order to be groomed at our facility. Bordetella is also highly recommended. For the safety of everyone: pets cannot be pregnant, nursing or in heat at the time of service. An All Paws profile must be completed with all customer forms signed before an appointment can be saved. If you have aggressive behavior concerns for your pet (with strangers or other animals) a phone consult is necessary to determine which safety measures are needed before booking.

Spaw Packages

*Pricing varies based on the breed and size of the dog. Customized packages based on the needs of your dog. 

Spaw Packages

*Pricing varies based on the breed and size of the dog. Customized packages based on the needs of your dog. 

Individual Services

*Pricing varies based on the breed and size of the dog. 

Individual Services

*Pricing varies based on the breed and size of the dog. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! We’re a full service Cat salon that can provide bathing, trimming and nails for felines. However, availability is limited to weekends and one groomer. All cat appointments are to be made by consult only. Please call for scheduling and details.

We don’t recommend bringing a pet with a known flea/tick infestation to our facility prior to treatment. All dogs are required to be on a flea and tick preventative before entering because of the number of pets and people that come through our doors every day. However, if we find fleas on your dog during the grooming process, we will provide a bath and spray in our natural flea and tick products at an additional charge to you.

Appointments typically take anywhere from 1 to 3 hours, but fluctuates based on size of dog and service. For the safety of the pets in our care, we don’t allow parents in the Salon. You’ll be quoted a time at scheduling or drop-off and given a heads up at least 15 minutes before your pet will be ready. We are a kennel-free grooming facility, so your pet should be picked up within 20 minutes of completion. If it exceeds this and we have to place your pet in our Daycare/Boarding building, there could be a “boarding fee” for holding your pet in a kennel. If you know you’re going to be more than 20 minutes early dropping off or 20 minutes late picking up, exceptions can be made with pre-planning.

Grooming can be a stressful time for your pet. There are a lot of noises and pressures put on your dogs body in a grooming environment, which makes it unsafe for dogs that are pregnant and nursing. We can’t monitor their hormones or heart rate, and wouldn’t be able to guarantee the safety of your pet or their babies. 

Dogs in heat are a safety risk at our facility because of the extreme influx of hormones it causes. It can be difficult to maintain the blood and the scent makes other dogs nearby a lot more curious and reactive than usual. Your pet is experiencing a lot of discomfort during their heat cycle, and shouldn’t be exposed to grooming or other stressful situations if at all possible.

Of course! All Paws welcomes all paws, and we’re willing to work with your pet’s special needs. If you have concerns about how your pet will react to grooming, or being in the vicinity of other dogs, please call prior to scheduling and speak with someone about procedures and precautions. We’re always going to be willing to try, but will also advise you if it’s not a good fit and recommend other options. Ultimately, we want what’s best and safest for the dogs in our care.

We’ll offer additional odor-resolving bathing if you’ve already treated the dog at home. Freshly skunked animals should be bathed a few times before bringing them around other pets and blow drying them, as this spreads the scent. Skunk spray is an oil and is extremely difficult to eradicate. It typically takes 5-8 treatments before the smell will fully dissolve and may still be faint when wet.

We do offer brush-out services at $1 per minute, and require a consultation prior to booking. We’ll work with you on a plan to save and maintain your pets fluffy coat if it won’t jeopardize the health of your pet and their skin. If the coat is deemed unsafe to brush by our experienced groomers, we reserve the right to refuse the service.

If your dog isn’t matted, and you want to keep it that way, we also offer Express Blowout services to help maintain their coat between grooms! Ask one of our Salon Staff about it!

We won’t shave or excessively shorten body hair on a double coated dog. This can cause so many health and coat issues, and doesn’t benefit your dog in any way. There are other options if your dog is uncomfortable, itchy or shedding! We’re happy to offer education and resources for parents on proper care of a double coat, just ask!

Jess | Salon Manager

 

Loves to Groom: Cats, AKC Poodles, Schnauzers. Goes home to: Aussies, a Chihuaua and a Calico cat!

After moving from Michigan, to Texas, and finally settling here in Ohio, she now calls Columbus and All Paws home! Jess brings experience in AKC styled trims and Cats to our team. With knowledge in breed specific grooming and history of haircuts, she can offer options and patterns for your Sporting, Non-Sporting, and Long/Short Legged Terriers. Although her experience favors the purebred world, her love for interesting mixes and Bully Breeds exceeds this. If it’s got crazy scraggly hair or big mushy lips, she’s all over it! Ask her to guess your dogs’ breed!

Ali | Pet Stylist 

 

Loves to Groom: Doodles of all sizes. 

Goes home to: Shepherds

Washington Native “Ali” moved from the west coast to the Midwest and knew that the change of time zone couldn’t change her love for grooming dogs! Lucky for us, she brought all of her heart and talent with her to All Paws. As our resident Doodle Queen, she’s known by her clients–and our staff–for her incredible scissor work and blending skills, as well as her attention to detail. But she’s known by the dogs as the nice lady who talks really sweet to them and is easy to reach for kisses. Ask her about her love for Pugs, Nature and her healthy obsession with her water bottle!

Steph | Pet Stylist

 

Loves to Groom: Shepherds, Double Coated Dogs. Goes home to: Shepherds & Huskies

She started in Alaska, but fate brought her to Columbus and luck brought her to All Paws! Steph began her All Paws journey as a part of our bada** management team. She knows a lot about this business and what it takes to truly care for your dog. Grooming called to her, and she answered the call with all that same passion. This translates to her patience with the big anxious/ goofball dogs who need the tedious task of a good deshed. Crazy amounts of loose hair tufts don’t bother her–in fact, “Bring on the double coats and desheds!”

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Yes! We’re a full service Cat salon that can provide bathing, trimming and nails for felines. However, availability is limited to weekends and one groomer. All cat appointments are to be made by consult only. Please call for scheduling and details.

We don’t recommend bringing a pet with a known flea/tick infestation to our facility prior to treatment. All dogs are required to be on a flea and tick preventative before entering because of the number of pets and people that come through our doors every day. However, if we find fleas on your dog during the grooming process, we will provide a bath and spray in our natural flea and tick products at an additional charge to you.

Appointments typically take anywhere from 1 to 3 hours, but fluctuates based on size of dog and service. For the safety of the pets in our care, we don’t allow parents in the Salon. You’ll be quoted a time at scheduling or drop-off and given a heads up at least 15 minutes before your pet will be ready. We are a kennel-free grooming facility, so your pet should be picked up within 20 minutes of completion. If it exceeds this and we have to place your pet in our Daycare/Boarding building, there could be a “boarding fee” for holding your pet in a kennel. If you know you’re going to be more than 20 minutes early dropping off or 20 minutes late picking up, exceptions can be made with pre-planning.

Grooming can be a stressful time for your pet. There are a lot of noises and pressures put on your dogs body in a grooming environment, which makes it unsafe for dogs that are pregnant and nursing. We can’t monitor their hormones or heart rate, and wouldn’t be able to guarantee the safety of your pet or their babies. 

Dogs in heat are a safety risk at our facility because of the extreme influx of hormones it causes. It can be difficult to maintain the blood and the scent makes other dogs nearby a lot more curious and reactive than usual. Your pet is experiencing a lot of discomfort during their heat cycle, and shouldn’t be exposed to grooming or other stressful situations if at all possible.

Of course! All Paws welcomes all paws, and we’re willing to work with your pet’s special needs. If you have concerns about how your pet will react to grooming, or being in the vicinity of other dogs, please call prior to scheduling and speak with someone about procedures and precautions. We’re always going to be willing to try, but will also advise you if it’s not a good fit and recommend other options. Ultimately, we want what’s best and safest for the dogs in our care.

We’ll offer additional odor-resolving bathing if you’ve already treated the dog at home. Freshly skunked animals should be bathed a few times before bringing them around other pets and blow drying them, as this spreads the scent. Skunk spray is an oil and is extremely difficult to eradicate. It typically takes 5-8 treatments before the smell will fully dissolve and may still be faint when wet.

We do offer brush-out services at $1 per minute, and require a consultation prior to booking. We’ll work with you on a plan to save and maintain your pets fluffy coat if it won’t jeopardize the health of your pet and their skin. If the coat is deemed unsafe to brush by our experienced groomers, we reserve the right to refuse the service.

If your dog isn’t matted, and you want to keep it that way, we also offer Express Blowout services to help maintain their coat between grooms! Ask one of our Salon Staff about it!

We won’t shave or excessively shorten body hair on a double coated dog. This can cause so many health and coat issues, and doesn’t benefit your dog in any way. There are other options if your dog is uncomfortable, itchy or shedding! We’re happy to offer education and resources for parents on proper care of a double coat, just ask!