Regular grooming is essential to the maintenance of your pet's health. Keep your pet smelling and looking attractive, prevent parasites, and skin irritations.
While grooming should be done on a consistent basis, the frequency to which your pet needs to be groomed will depend somewhat on daily routines, coat type, age and general health.
In addition, your pet will benefit from regular brushing to remove any loose hairs and dead skin cells, to rid the coat of debris and external parasites, and to disseminate skin oils that form along the hair shafts.
*Grooming is only available at Entrance Road Veterinary Clinic
At our Leesville, LA, location, our professional pet groomer delivers a luxury grooming experience to dogs and cats alike. Yet, cat and dog grooming is so much more than a pampering. It helps to improve your pet’s well-being and keeps their skin and coat healthy.
Whether your pet has continuously growing hair or not, a cat and dog grooming can alleviate skin problems, remove irritating dirt and allergens, and help them feel their best!
Get started by calling Entrance Road Veterinary Clinic at (337) 537-2454.
As a full-service animal hospital, we’re able to offer not only professional cat and dog grooming services but also veterinary care all in one visit. If your pet is due for vaccinations, a wellness exam, or another preventive service, we can take care of it all in one convenient visit.
Bath, brush out, and blow-dry
Breed standard cuts
Anal gland expression
Pet-safe coat coloring
Due to the thorough nature of a grooming appointment, our grooming team can sometimes discover potential medical concerns like lumps and bumps, parasites, and more. Luckily, with a veterinarian on staff, we’re able to tend to any medical problems, after discussing the problem with you.
We understand that pets can be a little nervous at grooming appointments, especially if it’s their first one. Our professional groomer has over 20 years of experience and is highly skilled at helping pets feel comfortable and safe. While we aim to complete all the services you’ve requested, an overly anxious pet can make this difficult.
For the safety and well-being of your pet, we will not force any service on them with which they are uncomfortable. With your permission, however, one of our veterinarians can administer sedatives for pets who are having a hard time relaxing at their grooming visit.
Additionally, we can prescribe anti-anxiety medications for their next visit!