Among all the caring services we provide your pet, our hospital offers grooming services. Brushing, bathing, and trimming aren't only about good looks; we consider them a must for good health! Fortunately, our staff lovingly holds these same views. Make your appointment today to keep your furry pal feeling and looking great!
Impacted anal glands need to be manually expressed, a task that can be performed by a veterinarian, or a vet technician — even some dog groomers who have been trained ... Read more
If your dog is anything like most, they run for the hills when it's bath time, but keeping your dog's coat and skin clean is beneficial to everyone. We always brush your dog before bathing to removed any matted fur. Using lukewarm water and dog shampoo (human shampoo has a different pH and can irritate and even burn your dog's delicate skin), we rinse all the soap out of your dog's coat and then dry.... Read more
Dipping refers to a concentrated solution that is poured directly on your dog's fur or dabbed on with sponge to kill fleas. Most products are not washed off so the formula can work to kill fleas.
Flea dips are safe for pets, but must be administered correctly with the correct dosage.... Read more
Nail trimming is a very common grooming need for pets. Dogs have an area of nerves and blood vessels within their nail bed called the "quick. " Cutting the nail too short can cause a lot of bleeding and major discomfort to your pet.... Read more