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We've Moved! New Space, New Deals, and More

We're excited to announce that we've moved to a new location! Our new space is bigger and brighter, with more room to groom your furry friends in comfort and style. We're also offering some amazing holiday deals, so now is the perfect time to book an appointment!

Limited Spots Available

We have a limited number of spots available during the holiday season, so book your appointment early! We're open Tuesday through Saturday, and we offer both walk-in and appointment-based grooming.

Why Choose Us?

We're a team of experienced and certified groomers who love dogs of all shapes and sizes. We're passionate about providing our clients with the highest quality grooming services in a safe and caring environment.

Book Your Appointment Today!

To book an appointment, call us at (806)410.9137 or visit our website at

We look forward to seeing you and your furry friend soon!

How to Keep Your Dog's Coat Manageable During the Holidays

The holidays can be a stressful time for both you and your dog. All the extra parties and travel can take a toll on your dog's coat, making it dry, matted, and difficult to manage.

Here are a few tips on how to keep your dog's coat manageable during the holidays:

Brush your dog's coat regularly. This will help to remove loose hair and prevent mats from forming.

Use a leave-in conditioner. This will help to hydrate your dog's coat and make it easier to brush.

Avoid bathing your dog too often. Bathing can strip your dog's coat of its natural oils, making it dry and brittle.

If your dog does get matted, take them to a professional groomer for a dematting treatment.

Amazing Products to Help Keep Your Dog's Coat Manageable

Here are a few of our favorite products to help keep dog coats manageable:

Conditioner: A good conditioner is essential for keeping your dog's coat hydrated and smooth. We recommend using a leave-in conditioner after every bath.

Detangler: A detangler can help to loosen mats and make brushing easier. We recommend using a detangler before brushing your dog's coat.

Brush: A good brush is essential for removing loose hair and preventing mats from forming. We recommend using a slicker brush for long-haired dogs and a pin brush for short-haired dogs.

We hope these tips help you to keep your dog's coat manageable during the holidays!

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