Good hygiene contributes to better health, and this is especially true for our beloved pets. At Skycrest Animal Clinic, our two groomers, Diane and Lauren, can give your pet a luxurious, refreshing bath and haircut whenever they need it to keep them looking and feeling like their best selves. Poor hygiene can affect your pet’s well-being in various ways, from making them physically uncomfortable to leaving them vulnerable to bacterial infections and parasites. Cleaner is healthier, and we can improve your pet’s quality of life with our pet grooming services.
Reserve a boarding reservation for your pet today.
Services Provided by Our Groomers
Our pet groomers can offer their services according to your pet’s personal needs. They are patient and gentle with every pet to make their grooming visit as enjoyable as possible. Their core services include:
- Bathing and blow dry
- Brush out
- Hair trim
- Breed-standard hair cut
- Nail trim
- Ear cleaning
- Anal gland expression
How to Reserve a Grooming Appointment
Diane and Lauren are available Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Drop-off time is 8am to 9am. Just give us a call to set a date for your pet, and be sure to let us know exactly which services your pet needs.
Please call us between 1 and 2pm in the afternoon the day of your pet’s appointment so we can let you know when they’ll be ready to go home. Pick-up is generally after 4pm, but this may vary.
Call us at (847) 634-3538 to reserve a grooming appointment for your pet!
How Grooming Can Improve Your Pet’s Health
The most important benefit of pet grooming is that it washes away accumulated dirt, oil, dead skin cells, and hair, allowing the skin to breathe. Bathing also helps in the treatment of parasites, bacterial infections, fungal infections, and even skin allergies. Your pet will have a shinier, softer coat that does a better job of keeping them warm when it’s cold, and keeping them cool when it’s warm.
Additionally, nail trims keep your pet’s feet in good shape, preventing poor posture and the risk of fungal infections of the nails.