Pet Grooming

Pet Grooming at Tri-County Animal Hospital

Pet Grooming

Our staff at Tri-County Animal Hospital in Cumming aims to provide the highest level of veterinary care to our patients. That includes routine and preventative care, having state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment at our fingertips, and the very best in health care management to help your pet live a long and happy life.

In addition to the standard services offered at our facility, we also offer services such as dietary management and pet grooming.

Our staff — including Dr. Ashleigh Wallace Huggins, Dr. Lori Wyatt DaCosta, and Dr. Rebecca Teal — can help pet owners to understand the complete benefits of our pet grooming services.

Why Is Pet Grooming Important?

Did you know that groomers can identify skin conditions, allergies, and other issues affecting your pet? It's one of the many reasons to use a grooming professional in addition to seeing a veterinarian for preventative care. While groomers are not doctors or technicians, they can recognize certain behaviors and conditions in pets — such as itching, biting, scratching, rashes, and bumps — that may be an indicator of an ongoing health issue.

In addition to groomers being a good source for the early detection of skin issues in pets, they provide services like bathing, combing, and brushing that remove unwanted and dead skin cells from your pet's coat.

Cats have potential health issues of their own if they have thick fur, which should be brushed several times a week. This will help to cut down on hairballs, which may cause your cat to vomit or eliminate excessively in their litter box. Sometimes hairballs can also cause stomach or intestinal blockages, which can be very serious and life-threatening.

Other Services Groomers Perform

Groomers are big on nail care and hair care for your pet, and there are good reasons why. First and foremost, a skilled groomer will know how to handle your pet in a way that will help ease their nervousness and fear at having their nails trimmed. This ensures both the pet and the groomer are safe during the appointment. It also means that your pet's nails will not be at risk of breaking or getting caught on fabric or in flooring. Frequent appointments to get your pet's nails trimmed also allow the quick to recede and allow for shorter nails.

Call Us Today To Ask About Our Grooming Services

The pet grooming services here at Tri-County Animal Hospital in Cumming are so much more than just a haircut or a nail trim. Grooming appointments are beneficial to the health of your pet. If you have questions about our services, call us today at (770) 887-4530

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Monday

8:30 am

5:30 pm

Tuesday

8:30 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday

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5:30 pm

Thursday

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5:30 pm

Friday

8:30 am

5:30 pm

Saturday

8:30 am

12:30 pm

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Monday
8:30 am 5:30 pm
Tuesday
8:30 am 5:30 pm
Wednesday
8:30 am 5:30 pm
Thursday
8:30 am 5:30 pm
Friday
8:30 am 5:30 pm
Saturday
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