Passion for PET GROOMING
Grooming your pets doesn't mean that they have to be made-up and untouchable; it simply means that you're taking good care of their health by keeping a watchful eye on their hygiene. Pets, like humans, are more likely to remain healthy when they are clean and well groomed. Contrary to popular belief, dogs and cats are not wild animals; they require regular grooming attention to keep them healthy in their domestic environments. One of the major benefits of a regular pet grooming regimen is that you will become familiar with your pet's body. This allows you to quickly recognize problems with their health, so you can bring them to your veterinarian's attention sooner.
Liz was voted
"Worlds Best Groomer"
by our staff
Finding a pet groomer and/or pet sitter that you can trust is just as important as vet care for your canine or feline companion. We are dedicated to providing your pets with exceptional care and services in a safe, familiar, and comfortable environment. It is our genuine love and appreciation for our furry friends that brought Liz into our hospital, so we not only want to provide you with excellent service, we also want the entire experience to be fun and pleasant for your pets. If you need dog grooming or cat grooming Liz is the groomer for your pet.
Proper pet grooming of skin and hair coat is vital to your pets overall health, no matter what breed, size, age, or coat type. Regular grooming can prevent problems such as excessive shedding, skin and paw disorders, painful mats, and bad breath, as well as help you identify other problems that might go unnoticed without the extra attention. A normal, healthy pet should be groomed every 6-8 weeks.