Grooming - Twin Peaks Veterinary Center

Mon – Fri: 7 AM to 7 PM
Sat – Sun: 7 AM to 6 PM

(520) 413-9422
7555 W Twin Peaks Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85743


Well groomed dog outside

Here at Twin Peaks Veterinary Center, we are proud to be able to offer professional pet grooming services with our professional groomer, Suzan Koch.

When you bring your pet in to see our groomer, you can expect a relaxing experience that includes a bath, hair trim, and nail trim. We can also recommend the correct products for your pet, including hypoallergenic shampoos and conditioners. We also offer oatmeal shampoos and deep conditioners to help soften your pet’s coat, and we can perform anal gland expressions and teeth brushing.

To schedule your dog or cat’s pet grooming session, call us at (520) 572-8300.

Benefits of Dog Grooming

Dogs should be groomed regularly in order to remove loose hair and prevent mats, which could restrict your pet’s movement and create sores and red areas. Regular dog grooming helps detect skin problems, like lumps and bumps, so that they can be examined in a timely manner. Having your dog professionally groomed also means that your pet’s nails will be trimmed and if any cuts or scrapes are noticed on the feet, an antiseptic can be applied to prevent infections. Professional pet groomers are also trained to notice the presence of external parasites, like fleas, ticks and ear mites so that you can get your pet prompt treatment.


Benefits of Cat Grooming

Cat grooming offers all the same benefits as dog grooming. Your cat will smell nice, and his or her coat will be free of mats and tangles. Removing excess and loose fur on your cat also has the added benefit of reducing the amount of hair that they lick off themselves and potentially ingest, which may mean fewer hairballs. A professional groomer will also trim your cat’s claws and look for signs of external parasites and skin conditions.


Grooming with Our Tucson Veterinarian

Our Tucson veterinarian stays in close contact with our groomer during your pet’s appointment. If any odd smells, skin sores, lumps or abnormalities are found, our pet groomer immediately informs our veterinarian. This allows our veterinarian to stay up-to-date on the health of your pet so that you can be informed of the treatment options.


How often should I have my pet groomed?

Dogs and cats should be professionally groomed every six to eight weeks in order to maintain their coats and keep them smelling fresh and clean.


How experienced is your pet groomer?

Our pet groomer, Suzan Koch, has 15 years experience in grooming cats and dogs, and she has been with Twin Peaks Veterinary Center since 2012.


Can I schedule other services along with my pet’s grooming appointment?

You can absolutely schedule other services along with your pet’s grooming appointment, including annual wellness examinations and teeth cleanings.


Do you offer special shampoos and conditioners?

Our pet groomer is well-versed on breeds and coat types and can recommend the most beneficial shampoos and conditioners for your pet, including hypoallergenic products.