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Pet Grooming


Going to the Groomer is more than just looking pretty and smelling good, we are also tackling potential health conditions. Keeping the fur groomed properly for each breed: keeps the coat healthy and shiny, can help to eliminate intestinal blockages that can come with hairballs, and keeps our pets cooler during the summer months. Hairballs are most common in cats but can occur in long haired dogs as well. The groomer will also screen for skin infections, irritations and parasites during the grooming session and report her findings to the veterinarian for verification and treatment. Our pets ears need routine checking as well; the groomer will look for red or inflamed areas and bad smells when bathing your pet to determine if there could be an infection that should be reported to the doctor. She will also observe the eyes to see if they are clear, shiny and moist-looking. The groomer also checks the teeth and reports her findings to the veterinarian. During the grooming, the groomer will also trim the nails and dew claws if needed and express the anal glands.

Our groomer is Suzan Koch who has been grooming pets since 2000 and has a large clientele. She welcomes new clients and looks forward to providing this service to you and your pets. Just click on the appointment button to schedule or give us a call.


Grooming Hours

9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Thursday – Friday:
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday:
9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Sign-up using the form or call us at (520) 572-8300 to make an appointment