Pet Grooming

Is your pet in need of a fresh, new look? The Green’s Creek Veterinary Hospital team can help! We provide grooming services to dogs and cats, for any breed and size. Grooming is an important service, and not only because it makes your pet look and feel their best. A complete groom allows our team to examine your pet closely and our groomers are often able to identify potential problems such as skin conditions that might not have been seen until your pet’s next physical. Grooming at Green’s Creek Veterinary Hospital goes hand-in-hand with our complete veterinary treatment to ensure that your pet receives the best possible care.

Grooming Services We Provide

At Green’s Creek Veterinary Hospital, we provide a number of exceptional grooming services for dogs and cats.

Grooming Services:

  • Bathing, which includes specially-formulated pet-safe shampoo, conditioner, and a blow dry
  • Ear care
  • Full grooming, which includes bath, brushing, blow dry, nail trim, ear cleaning, hair trim, face trim, feet trim, tail and tummy trim, and anal gland expression
  • Therapeutic dips
  • Toenail trim

As well as the following special services:

  • Bow ties
  • Bows
  • Color enhancement or color brightening
  • Jewelry
  • Nail paint
  • Teeth brushing

Meet Our Groomer

Our groomer, Jan Henderson, has more than 40 years of experience in pet grooming and is well versed in breed standards, hand-scissoring techniques, the use of natural and safe pet shampoos and moisturizers, and more. She also works as a puppy trainer, teaching free classes at our hospital.

Schedule a Grooming Appointment

If your pet is ready for a groom, contact our team today! We’ll be happy to schedule their visit and get them looking and feeling their best.

“We had a successful visit to Aunt Jan’s pet grooming studio this week!  Our dog Mattie got a spring shave so she’s ready for warmer weather.  Also, we brought in our adorable opossum, Pettie, who is now 9 months, Jan gave Pettie her first manicure very quickly, I might add without getting a hiss or bitten!  Good work Jan!  It should be much easier next time!”

– Susan Ballard 4/10/2014