Why are some dogs more expensive than others?

Our prices are based on weight and breed. Bigger dogs take longer to do and are more work. Smaller dogs have less surface area and dry a lot quicker. Some breeds require a special cut like a “skirt” on a cocker-spaniel or shaved feet and face on a poodle. These take more time and skill to do, which is why they cost more. Other factors are the condition of the coat and the dog’s behavior. The more time a groomer has to spend on your dog, the more it will cost.