There are many benefits of grooming, from appearance to coat health include:
Your pet will come home smelling fresh, looking clean, and having a beautiful haircut.
The groomer will examine your pet’s skin and coat for any irregularities: bumps, flaky skin, and external parasites.
Eyes and Ears:
The groomer will identify any problems with the eyes and/or ears (redness, odor or discharge) of your pet and report any problems to one of our experienced veterinarians.
Your pet’s nails will be trimmed during the grooming appointment.
What age can a pet be groomed?
12-16 weeks of age. Even if your pet does not need a full groom, this is the best age to get your pet used to the clippers and other procedures involved in a full grooming.
How often should my pet be groomed?
Our groomers will be happy to set up a schedule with you based on your pet’s needs. On average, groomable breeds should be groomed at 4-8 week intervals. Regular grooming helps your pet’s skin and coat stay healthy while preventing unwanted matting.
Can my pet be groomed and see a veterinarian on the same day?
Most veterinary procedures, such as updating vaccines or investigating health concerns, can be completed at Town & Country Veterinary Hospital the same day your pet is groomed with us.
How do you charge for grooms?
We have a base price for all breeds, but prices for individual pets may vary depending on their size, breed, cut, and coat condition as well as their temperament. There are additional fees for excessive brush-out or dematting.
To get a grooming estimate for both small and large breed dogs, please contact our groomers or one of our friendly Town and Country staff members to ask about the breed specific pricing.