AustinWe are proud to offer grooming services for your pet. Our Groomer Shelley is highly trained, and has experience grooming for us since 2003 with a variety of breeds of dogs and cats. She does bathing, brushing, haircuts, trim-ups, shave-downs, nail trimming, ear cleaning, and even anal gland expression.

We look forward to your visit! We schedule grooming Monday through Friday by appointment only – call us today to reserve your appointment date.

 

 

Additional Information:

For cats, we typically discourage full-on bathing, as it can be very stressful for them. We offer a quick-drying, wiped-on shampoo that does not require rinsing with water – most cats find this to be a significantly less stressful method of cleaning. For cats who are overly stressed out during the grooming process and are difficult to work on safely, sedation prior to the grooming may be necessary. Please consult with our medical team to discuss if this option may be necessary and appropriate for your cat.

If your pet has fleas, we do not recommend flea baths; please call to discuss more effective treatment options. If live fleas are found on a pet during grooming, the pet will have to be treated appropriately. We do recommend year-round flea and tick preventative for all pets.

If your dog has been recently sprayed by a skunk, please let us know in advance of your grooming appointment – skunked dogs receiving a bath here must be brought in, bathed, and taken home immediately after the bath is finished. We also do sell Skunk Off shampoo and spray, which can be used at home.

 

In order to schedule grooming, pets must meet these minimum health and vaccine requirements:


Requirements For Cats:

Rabies Vaccine

Strongly Recommended For Cats:

Feline Distemper Vaccine

 


Requirements For Dogs:

Rabies Vaccine

Canine Distemper, Parvovirus, and Leptospirosis Vaccine

Kennel Cough (aka Bordetella) Vaccine

Canine Influenza, strain H3N8. ***Starting in April 2018, all dogs will be required to have protection against both canine influenza strains H3N8 and H3N2.***