Centre Pucci

Dear customers,
Bain Bo Toutou team members are currently working at Centre Pucci.

We invite you to make an appointment and discover the wide range of services offered at Centre Pucci, located at 1589 Boul. Daniel-Johnson. From grooming to boarding, training and nutritional needs, you'll find everything you need for your dog's overall well-being.

We look forward to seeing you again.

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Grooming Services

We offer a full range of grooming services.

    Our grooming package includes:
  • Bath with 2 shampoos
    (according to your dog’s specific need; whitening, deshedding, hypoallergenic, therapeutic, etc.)
  • Blow dry
  • Nail trimming and filing
  • Ear cleaning*
  • Eye cleaning
  • Haircut (if applicable)

Experience over the years and new research shows we should not be plucking the interior hair from the ears. Only if your dog is extremely furry will we cut and remove some of the dead hairs.

Before the Grooming

• Please make sure you take your dog out to do their business before the session. This is for their comfort. A dog on the table that needs to go is not only uncooperative but very uncomfortable.

• Bring your dog’s favorite treat.

• Bring them on a leash so they can smell the exterior of the salon. This helps them feel more secure about their surroundings.

• Let them sniff the inside of the salon and don’t worry or scold them if they mark. It’s probably because they smelled another dog and we expect these little messes. (If you took them out prior the mess will more likely be little).

• DON’T FEEL BAD, SAD or anxious as you are leaving. Your dog smells these reactions. Our promise to you is that we would never let your dog suffer by any means. We are true animal lovers and they sense this. We will always offer them reassurance and praise in your absence. After all, they are our babies too!

• Unless your dog is high energy, there's no need to work them out before coming. We need them to stand at certain points and we never like over exerting a tired dog.

• Haircuts for a small dog take 1 to 2 hours. Haircuts for big dogs take 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 hours

• We will call you when you’re dog is ready. We do the finishing touches last and if you walk in before we’re done chances are your dog will get too excited to allow us to finish.

Grooming Routine

Blow dry

About Us

Our grooming is done in a safe and sanitary environment. Grooms include a bath with high-quality products designed for pets. We have a variety of shampoos and conditioners to match every pet's need.
Our grooming is done by appointment only, so your pet does not have to stay all day. Most grooming appointments take 1.5 - 2 hours.

Meet the Groomer

Vicky - Groomer

Vicky Groomer

In 2004, I decided to take grooming courses after my sister’s dog had a bad experience with a groomer. It was meant as a hobby but it quickly became my passion. I was born to work with dogs! My authentic love and respect for them puts most dogs at ease. I handle them gently and read their body language and cues in order to identify their particular needs. They sense I mean no harm and I do all I can to reassure them, establishing a secure environment, to make their grooming experience as pleasant as possible.

I have always had a crazy love for dogs since childhood. I was the kid who always brought strays home. I grew up with German Shepards. I later adopted Ginger, a Chihuahua mixed with a Pom. She taught me how to understand and manipulate tiny sensitive breeds.


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Going to the grooming salon can be quite the experience for a young puppy. It’s very important that you prepare your dog for a lifetime of being groomed especially if they have hair that needs regular attention.

At Bain Bo Toutou as well as any other salon, your dog will be brushed and combed, washed and blow dried. They will see and hear the clipper and feel the vibrations of it. They will have scissors put close to their face. Introducing all these things in one grooming session will be hard on your pup. Brush them at home, it’s never too early. If possible, bath them too and introduce them to the blow dryer (start with the back area, they hate the face being blow dried). Another good tip is to turn the vacuum on in another room and give your dog a toy or treat to keep busy with. The next time turn the vacuum on a little closer to your dog (again, give them something they like that will keep them occupied.) Do this enough times and they will no longer react to the sound. Never stick the vacuum too close to the dog. It’s like learning to swim. You can’t just throw someone into a pool if they’ve never been in water before - that would traumatize them.)

We don’t expect you to introduce your dog to scissors because that can be dangerous with an unpredictable pup, but if you can introduce them to the vibration of something, that would make the grooming task easier. (It also ensures that they won’t try to spring off my table in terror when I turn my clipper on)

Dogs are often scared of things they’ve never seen or experienced before. It would benefit your pup if you expose them to these grooming aspects, IN THE PROPER MANNER, so they live a happier life.






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Dear customers, Bain Bo Toutou team members are currently working at Centre Pucci.


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(450) 497-0272

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