Keep your pet looking and feeling great
Convenient Drop-off as early at 8AM
Countryside Veterinary Clinic is committed to the health and happiness of your pet. Proper grooming of your pet is necessary to help improve their well being and make their coat even more beautiful. More than just an animal hospital, call us today to schedule a grooming session for your furry friend!
Meet our Groomers
Kathy has been grooming dogs and cats for over 25 years! We are lucky to have someone as wonderful as Kathy to make our best friends look beautiful!
Nickie is passionate about grooming and thoroughly enjoys interacting with and grooming your pets!
Our Professional Groomers are Trained to:
- Groom your animal according to breed standards
- Groom your animal according to your pet’s lifestyle
- Discuss proper coat care such as bathing, brushing and flea control
- Identify health concerns
- Have patience and knowledge to manage behavioral problem animals
The Grooming Process
- Brush out or clip
- Trim nails and feet
- Bathe with non-stripping shampoos
- Clean Ears
- Blow out undercoat/ Fluff Dry with professional blower and dryers
- Finish (Scissoring/Clipping)
How often Should My Pet Be Groomed?
(Here are some guidelines for specific breeds)
- Australian Shepherds 8 weeks
- Bichon Frise 6 weeks
- Cocker Spaniel 8 weeks
- Golden Retriever 12 weeks
- Lhaso/Shih Tzu 6 weeks
- Poodle 8 weeks
- Schnauzer 10-12 weeks
- Terriers (Most) 8-10 weeks
Why Shave My Pet?
The term matted is used when the hair is tangled and a comb cannot be run through. Shaving is a more comfortable procedure for removing mats. Any underlying skin condition or flea problem is more noticeable and more easily treated when the hair is shorter and not matted. Frequent brushing can eliminate the need for shaving
Preventing Fleas and Ticks
- Administration of a flea and tick preventative all 12 months of the year for pets living in Maryland
- Use medications designed to repel fleas and ticks
- Use medication containing an insect regulator designed to inhibit and stop the life cycle of the flea and tick