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Our Committment To You

  • Your pet will receive the same personalized and loving care as if it were a part of my own canine family.
  • Your loved one will never be abused or mistreated.
  • Your pet will be groomed in a secure,clean and disease free environment.
  • Your canine companion shall always be supplied fresh water.
  • Your pet will be groomed by a professional and experienced groomer and not by any new student who just graduated grooming school.
  • We will use only the highest quality grooming products to ensure that you are 100% satisfied with our services.
  • We take pride in our abilities and with over 30 years of grooming, training and handling to show our achievements, we know that our standards have been set to your highest expectations and you will not be disappointed.

Your Committmnent To Us

We Have One Request Only:

Current Shots and Vaccination Records.

As you may or may not be aware, especially in the canine world, there are several viruses that are deadly to our loving pets(parvo,canine distemper)so please be sure to bring your pet's current vaccination records to your first appointment.

Please check out the following link why your pets shots are so important:

Bordatella(Kennel Cough)

  • Kennel Cough, also called tracheobronchitis, is an extremely contagious illness affecting a dog's upper respiratory system. It is similar to bronchitis in humans. It acquired its name due to its prevalence and quick spread in places where many dogs are kept in a small space, such as kennels and grooming shops.
  • Symptoms A dog with kennel cough usually has a hacking cough; some owners say it sounds like the dog has something stuck in its throat, and others have said it sounds like a honk. The dog may also retch, or have a watery discharge from its nose. In severe cases, dogs will be lethargic, will not eat, and will be feverish.
  • Causes Kennel cough can be caused by a viral infection, such as canine influenza virus or canine adenovirus, or a bacterial infection, such as Bordatella bronchiseptica. The infections that cause kennel cough are usually spread by coughing and sneezing, and one infected dog that is confined with several healthy dogs can infect them.
  • Treatment In mild cases, a veterinarian will just recommend that the infection be left to run its course. When symptoms are severe, veterinarians may recommend a human cough suppressant in dosage levels appropriate to the dog in question. In certain cases, antibiotics are also recommended; however, they will only be effective if the kennel cough comes from a bacterial, not viral, source.
  • Fast Facts:

  1. Incubation period: 2 To 14 days
  2. Prevalent in boarding kennels and animal shelters
  3. Easily prevented by standard 5-way or 7-way dog vaccines
  4. Treated with cough suppressants and antibiotics
  5. Most common dog illness

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