Should you take your pet to a professional groomer?

The answer depends on the type of pet you have and your comfort level. For example, many people feel comfortable grooming their short-haired cats, while owners of long-haired dogs prone to mats opt for professional grooming. If you fall into the latter category, this need not be a “hair-raising” experience for you, your pet, or the groomer. The key is finding the right groomer to provide quality grooming care for your pet.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide your pet the care and maintenance they deserve, a clean and friendly atmosphere, and a custom grooming to fit your pet’s needs.
We intend on making your pet feel right at home during their short stay with us.

We NEVER use any tranquilizers and our tools and tub are disinfected prior to each grooming.
Older dogs always get a rest break during their grooming session. We believe that no two pets are alike, and neither are their grooming neccesities.
Next time your pet needs a grooming, call us and see what a difference we can make!
What is grooming?

Grooming is more than just a hair cut. It may include bathing, combing, brushing, clipping nails, cutting or shaving mats, cleaning ears, and controlling external parasites.

Our Grooming service includes custom cut for your pet, thorough hand brushing, Gland Scent cleaning, Double bath, Hand and table blowdry, Nails clipped and filed, Ears plucked and cleaned, pretty bows and perfume if desired

Grooming Service

Imagine how you would look and feel if you never bathed, brushed your hair, or trimmed your nails. To be healthy and happy, your companion animal needs basic grooming, too.

You can handle the brushing and other simple grooming procedures yourself. This type of regular grooming helps build a close bond between you and your pet, and keeps you informed of the condition of his fur, skin, teeth, nails, and ears. In fact, it is not uncommon to discover lumps, infections, and other problems during a thorough grooming routine.

Why choose a Groomer?

You may not have the time, tools, experience, or physical ability to adequately groom your pet. For example, some animals (like poodles) have their fur groomed into particular styles that require a professional. Or a pet may require regular or seasonal clipping, medicated or flea baths, removal of skunk odors or harmful substances, or removal of matted fur.

Typically, a trained professional can more safely and humanely handle tricky procedures and temperamental or frightened animals. (Removing severe mats should always be done by an experienced groomer to avoid accidental cuts.) Keep in mind, however, that professional groomers aren’t miracle workers; it’s up to you to stay on top of your pet’s grooming needs.

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