Complete Professional Pet Grooming at Elmhurst Animal Care Center
It’s easy to think of professional pet grooming as a luxury, but all dogs and cats require some level of regular grooming in order to stay in good health. No matter where you and your pet fall on the grooming spectrum, The Pet Experts here at Elmhurst Animal Care Center can meet your needs with everything from basic maintenance grooming to luxurious pet spa experiences.
Our grooming services include baths, nail trims, anal gland expression, stain removal, medicated shampoos and conditioners, and more. Our special cleansing baths contain soothing agents designed to gently remove dirt and debris while leaving your pet feeling refreshed and their coat silky smooth. We also offer medicated baths for pets who suffer from allergies and other dermatological issues.
If you would like to schedule your pet’s grooming appointment along with their wellness exam, simply let our team know, and we will work around your veterinarian’s schedule.
A luxurious bath for your dog or cat can boast many health benefits. At Elmhurst Animal Care Center, we provide individualized bathing services designed to meet your pet’s every unique need, such as:
- Treatment for sensitive, dry, or itchy skin
- Medicated baths for pets with skin conditions or allergies
- Compassionate care for pets to whom bathing may be a source of fear or anxiety
In our experience, the best way to address bath anxiety in a pet is to replace negative experiences with positive ones. If your pet is reluctant to get in the tub, our dedicated staff will be happy to talk with you about how we can accommodate his or her needs.
Remember: Good hygiene is just as important to your pet’s health as it is to yours! If you have any questions about the pet grooming services available at Elmhurst Animal Care Center, please contact us.
We accept walk-ins during our Doctor's Hours to meet your busy lifestyle. If you’d prefer to make an appointment, we offer those too!
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