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    • 864.271.4377

      234 Westfield Street
      Greenville, South Carolina, 29601

    • We are a full service grooming salon and upscale spa for cats and dogs.

      We are in this business because we are absolutely passionate about pets. While in our care, your pet is always our number one priority from start to finish. When you arrive for your pet’s appointment, the skin and coat are carefully evaluated; the right shampoo and products are used to provide rejuvenation and or enhance skin condition. Your pet is pampered, massaged and professionally groomed with the utmost love and compassion in a luxurious facility that is safe, serene and pristine.

      We are committed to building a relationship with you. We believe in promoting wellness and high standards for your pet’s continued healthcare. We will discuss your pet’s grooming and coat needs with you and provide you with an exceptional customer service. We are committed to bringing the best of the industry to our pet clients as well as their owners.

    Maintenance Grooming

    After a grooming session, your pet will be soft, tangle-free, and clean. A week later, you will notice your fingers don’t run through his coat as well and the smell has faded. It is about time for you to do some grooming maintenance on your furry family member. Depending on your pet, the amount of at-home grooming required will vary. Yet, the basics are the same: weekly brushing, check their ears, and a quick hygienic check-up.

    Happy Cassie after her grooming session.

    Weekly Brushing

    Brushing prevents tangles from forming into mats, which can cause skin irritation, could hide fleas, and can be extremely difficult to remove. Doing this weekly allows you to find health problems before they can become serious issues. Brushing reduces the amount of dead fur in the pet’s coat which limits the amount of shedding on your furniture, helps your pet keep cool in the summer, and to help insulation grow in the winter.

    Ear Check

    When performing the weekly grooming routine take a moment to check your pet’s ears. Water trapped in the ears can quickly turn into a problem as a moist and dark environment is the ideal breeding ground for fungus and bacteria.  

    If your pet’s ears are inflamed, red, or smell awful, contact your vet to schedule an appointment. Other signs that your pet has an ear infection are head shaking, ear scratching, ear sensitivity, and blood blisters on the interior of the ear.

    Hygienic Check

    Check your pet’s teeth for plaque build-up, look between their paws for rocks or foreign objects, and run your hands over their coat to ensure they do not have ticks.

    Maintenance Grooming

    If you are unable to do these tasks at home, you can actually ask your groomer for a maintenance groom. A maintenance groom includes a spa bath, brush out, cleaning the feet, cleaning the face and sanitary clip. The maintenance groom may be scheduled within three weeks of the actual groom and should not exceed six weeks.

    Keeping your pet on a grooming schedule which includes maintenance grooms and checks helps you to keep them healthy and happy.