It’s Time for Spring Cleaning

We're talking about dogs, of course—and all the places you can go for grooming in town.

OK, I realize that bathing and grooming your dog is a year-round activity, but now that the rain has subsided, it seems like an especially good time to give your furry one a good cleaning. There are a number of ways to accomplish this task in the Campbell area.

, 523 E. Campbell Ave.

Suzie’s is a full-service salon, offering grooming and bathing services for dogs and even cats. Owner Suzie Donarico and staff are known for their experience with clipping and shaping. The salon also has several self-service stations. Closed on Sundays.

, 1902 S. Bascom Ave.

If you’re a do-it-yourselfer, head over to Pet Food Express and take advantage of its self-service pet washes. You can even blow-dry your dog, if it will let you. Our dog prefers a good towel rub and a treat at the end. The cost is $15 per bath, and you can also buy three bath tokens and get the fourth one free.

, 901 Dell Ave.

Who doesn’t need a little pampering now and then? Paws Crossing offers the ultimate grooming experience for your pet. Standard grooming services include bathing, nail trimming, ear cleaning, fluff drying and a full brush out. Spa services include hair color, hair stenciling, massage from certified specialist, facial and mud skin treatments. Open daily.

Just 4 Paws Mobile Spa

If your dog doesn’t like riding in the car, why not have the groomer come to you? Just 4 Paws offers shampooing, nail trimming, de-shedding and undercoat removal and a fluff dry for your furry one. Upon request, Just 4 Paws will brush your dog’s teeth and clean its collar. Small dogs start at $65, medium-sized dogs are $75 and large breeds are $85.

Pet of the Week

This week’s pet is Maddie, an adorable 2-year-old terrier mix. Maddie may be a little shy at first, but she soon warms up, and her playful side appears. She loves people and gets along well with other dogs and cats. Maddie is spayed, crate and house trained and is learning to walk on a leash. If you would like to meet Maddie, email Companion Animal Rescue Effort (CARE) or call 831-724-1332.

Brittany Patterson April 07, 2011 at 04:23 AM
I absolutely love to take my cats in to be groomed. I can't imagine trying to bathe them by myself. Twenty sopping wet pounds of fur and claws...I leave it to the professionals. I haven't found a groomer I love yet, so thanks for all of the information. I'm definitely going to have to check them out.
Mayra Flores de Marcotte April 07, 2011 at 02:35 PM
Brittany, Thanks for sharing. I just bathe my cat at home. She likes it and just sits in the tub while I wash her up. I consider myself lucky!


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