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Best Pet Groomer of 2018

, Pawdicure Pals pet groomers have many years experience in making all breeds of dogs and cats look and feel absolutely fabulous. Our groomers are highly-trained and certified to work with animals so you can expect nothing less than a professional service in a fully-equipped modern studio. We provide a variety of grooming services, from a quick wash and nail-clipping to a more extensive pampering session – and you’ll be pleased at our competitive prices too! Call us on 5202130530 anytime for more information.

Professional Groomers, Fantastic Reputation

great pride in what we do and settle with nothing but absolute perfection. We will give your pet the loving care they deserve and if you’re looking for cat and dog groomer you can truly trust, well, look no further. We offer a range of grooming services, from basic to advanced and much more in-between. The choice is easy.

WHAT YOUR DOG WISHED YOU KNEW "

Are your dog's nails at a short comfortable length? Long nails cause pain & discomfort and can lead to serious health issues. If your dog's nails are clicking on the floor, it is definitely time for a nail trim! Do you struggle getting your dog's nails trimmed? Tired of wrestling with your dog to trim his or her nails? Afraid of hurting your pet doing it yourself? No you don't have to... Pawdicure Pals LLC prides itself on offering a safe environment for your pet. In order to keep a stress free, safe environment for your best friend, we are by appointment only and each pet is given a specific time based between 2-7. Because each pet is an individual and requires a different amount of time to be done in a timely manner, prices will vary. A price range can be given prior to your first spa based on the services. WHAT YOUR DOG WISHED YOU KNEW "It hurts to walk when my nails are too long." - your loving pet Are your dog's nails at a short comfortable length? Long nails cause pain & discomfort and can lead to serious health issues. If your dog's nails are clicking on the floor, it is definitely time for a nail trim! Do you struggle to get your dog's nails trimmed? Tired of wrestling with your dog to trim his or her nails? Afraid of hurting your pet doing it yourself? No, you don't have to... Convenient In-Home Nail Care Reduces Stress & Anxiety Smooth & Rounded Nails Safe & Painless Did you know that if a dog's nails are not trimmed back to the "Quick", that over time the quick and the nails will eventually grow out and become longer? If a dog's nails at not being "Dremeled", it is most likely that they are not being trimmed back far enough. NO JUDGEMENT ZONE !! Nail trimming is one of the most important, yet overlooked grooming services. If your dog's nails are too long, I won't judge you or lecture you, but please don't wait any longer! I know the nail trimming process can be very difficult, and I am here to help. Please schedule an appointment, and let's get those nails back to a healthy comfortable length. WHY DO MY DOG'S NAILS NEED TO BE TRIMMED REGULARLY? When a dog's nails become too long they will find it difficult to place their full body weight on their feet. As a result, these dogs develop sore feet, legs and hips and overall discomfort. Just to walk can then be a painful experience for them. Untrimmed nails can also split resulting in a great deal of pain, bleeding, and a trip to the veterinarian's office. In severe cases, a dog's nails can curl under and grow into the pad of the dog's paw causing a very serious and painful infection. HOW OFTEN SHOULD I HAVE MY DOG'S NAILS TRIMMED? Veterinarians recommend having nails trimmed at least every 4 weeks, but it depends on each individual dog, and how quickly their nails grow and/or become naturally ground down. Dogs that wear down their nails by walking on pavement or cement, may only require nail trimming every 6 to 8 weeks. Also keep in mind that once your dog becomes a senior or less active for any reason, they may no longer be wearing down their nails like they used to, and will need to begin regular nail maintenance. HOW DO I KNOW WHEN MY DOG'S NAILS NEED TO BE TRIMMED? When your dog's nails are beginning to curve is one indication that your dog's nails need a trim. And if you hear a clicking or tapping sound as your dog walks across a bare floor it's definitely time for a nail trimming. But it is best not to wait that long - once a month is usually a good rule of thumb. If your dog's nails are very long then it could take several nails trims to get them back to a healthy length again, but with regular maintenance and proper trimming and grinding techniques, I can help you get your dog back on healthy paws again

Certified

I am pet First aid Certified Pet aggressive certified Pet Nutrition certified Pet CPR certified

offers mobile/in-home pet nail trimming services

, Cats, Rabbits and Guinea Pigs,etc Your pet’s nails should be trimmed every 4-6 weeks to prevent ingrown nails/infections, discomfort while walking, and other issues resulting in expensive vet bills.

Networking with other business

networking with small business

Mobile Mens Grooming

Mobile Barber Call (480) 849-7976 https://www.facebook.com/pg/mobilemensgrooming/about/?ref=page_internal

Helen Smith LMT

I have been a massage therapist since 2009. I only use therapeutic techniques, such as: Trigger point Stretching/sports Deep tissue Swedish

Down The Road Animal Rescue

We are a 501c3, non profit, all volunteer rescue determined to save injured, neglected and abused animals. Our goal is to teach them to be loved again and brought back to health so they can be adopted to their forever, loving homes. https://www.facebook.com/pg/DownTheRoadAnimalRescue/about/?ref=page_internal

Treats&Things

Home made dog treats https://www.facebook.com/treats.things/

Pet Sitting

Hi Fur-parents, If you are in need of a pet sitter, you’ve come to the right place. I am in the 85257 zip code (South Scottsdale) thank you for stopping by ��� kristamarianino@ymail.com

Dr. Kelly's Mobile Vet

Since 2016 we have provided affordable surgical option for clients to help their pets. We do not make house calls but instead park our mobile hospital at various locations throughout our service areas to meet the community need.We provide low cost surgical solutions for pets across the greater Phoenix area. Operating with the support of several non-profit & government organizations. Since 2016 we have provided affordable surgical option for clients to help their pets. We do not make house calls but instead park our mobile hospital at various locations throughout our service areas to meet the community need. Awards 2019 Best of the Valley - Readers Choice Award for Best Mobile Veterinary Clinic

Wise Dog llc

Call (480) 620-7856 Our mission here at wise dog llc is get your furry family members to be the best they can and also if you are in need of your furry family member to become a service dog we do that too!

Halo city ink

Professional tattoo artist with over 10 years of experience looking to expand my portfolio

Pet Facts

clipping dog nails. Active dogs that run outside naturally wear the nails to a manageable length, and may not need frequent trimming. But those that spend much of their time inside require monthly or more frequent nail attention. The toenails of some breeds, like the Chihuahua, seem to grow quickly. Don’t wait until Junior-Pup gets big and turns nail trims into wrestling matches. Teach puppies while small that nail trims are a normal part of life and nothing to fear.

FUN FACT

Now trim only the sharp tip of one nail, release your cat's toe and quickly give her a treat. If your cat didn't notice, clip another nail, but don't trim more than two claws in one sitting until your cat is comfortable. Then, reward her with a special treat. A nail-trimming every ten days to two weeks is recommended.

HOW DO I KNOW WHEN MY DOG'S

When your dog's nails are beginning to curve is one indication that your dog's nails need a trim. And if you hear a clicking or tapping sound as your dog walks across a bare floor it's definitely time for a nail trimming. But it is best not to wait that long - once a month is usually a good rule of thumb.

Health Center

Dog Training Wee Wee Pads. ... Taste Of The Wild Dog Food. ... Amazon Basic Dog Poop Bags. ... K9 Advantix. ... Zukes's Mini Naturals Healthy Moist Treats. ... Greenies Pill Pockets Treats For Dogs. ... Pet I.D. Tags. ... Nature's Miracle. If you have a pet you probably have a bottle of Nature's Miracle Urine Destroyer in the house

Travel Essentials

Food & Water. Pack up food and water for your dog, and make sure you've measured out enough kibble or brought along enough wet food for the entire trip. ... Poop Bags! ... Collar, Leash & Tags. ... Bed & Crate. ... Vaccination Records. ... First Aid Kit. ... Supplements For Anxiety. ... Seat Covers & Blankets.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I HAVE MY DOG'S NAILS TRIMMED?

Veterinarians recommend having nails trimmed at least every 4 weeks, but it depends on each individual dog, and how quickly their nails grow and/or become naturally ground down. Dogs that wear down their nails by walking on pavement or cement, may only require nail trimming every 6 to 8 weeks. Also keep in mind that once your dog becomes a senior or less active for any reason, they may no longer be wearing down their nails like they used to, and will need to begin regular nail maintenance.

Grooming-

​Regular brushing also helps to bring out the natural oils in the dog's fur. ... Another benefit of grooming is that it allows you to check your dog for any abnormalities. This includes skin problems such as ticks, fleas, and dry patches, or issues with their nails, teeth, ears, and eyes such as infection or inflammation.

CAT NAIL TRIMS

Now trim only the sharp tip of one nail, release your cat's toe and quickly give her a treat. If your cat didn't notice, clip another nail, but don't trim more than two claws in one sitting until your cat is comfortable. Then, reward her with a special treat. A nail-trimming every ten days to two weeks is recommended.

We Are Pet Certified

WE Are pet First aid Certified Pet aggressive certified Pet Nutrition certified Pet CPR certified

Polaroid Phoenix

Pet photography is a fun and profitable niche business that allows you to combine a love of animals with technical skill in photography. ... A growing number of owners are interested in displaying professional photos of their pets, and they are willing to pay a premium for high-quality images. https://www.facebook.com/pg/PolaroidPhoenix/about/?ref=page_internal

Save the Cats Arizona

PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE OVER CAPACITY AT THE MOMENT AND ARE NOT ACCEPTING NEW CATS. We are a rescue and feline sanctuary committed to a no-kill philosophy. As individuals and as a collective organization, we strongly believe that cats are sentient, feeling beings deserving of our respect and kindness. While dedicated to providing a lifetime of health, safety, and happiness to cats living in our sanctuary, we also strive to find solutions for at-risk cats we cannot take in due to limited space. We are an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 organization, so 100% of all donations go to the cats. We provide these programs: Long-term care in a safe and fulfilling environment to cats who are unadoptable due to behavioral or health issues Medical care (spay/neuter, wellness, and critical care) for cats admitted into our programs Socialization to rebuild feline trust and confidence in people, thereby increasing the chance for adoption Assistance in urgent, at risk cat situations by providing information, resources, and referrals to other organizations with services complementary to ours Education on pet abandonment, the importance of spaying/neutering, and creating a healthy and enriching environment for companion cats TO VOLUNTEER: Please fill out a volunteer application on our website at www.savethecatsaz.org TO DONATE: Please see our website at www.savethecatsaz.org TO ADOPT: Please fill out an adoption interest application on our website at www.savethecatsaz.org ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: We are located in Gilbert, Arizona. However, we do not publicize our location. BOARD MEMBERS Donald Bloom – Founder Patricia Van Scoy - Treasurer Katrina Caviedes – Director and Adoptions Coordinator Terry Solano – Secretary and Sanctuary Volunteer Manager

Amenities

  • Cash only
  • Accept debit or credit cards
  • By appointment only
  • Free consultation
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Testimonials

CW

Kyle was amazing!! I just had my pups nails done this morning and couldn’t be happier. Not only is it more convenient to have someone come to the house to do nails, but it’s way less stressful for ...

Carrie Whiteley
HH

Kyle was just amazing with our dogs! From the moment he came in, he was down saying "hi" and talking to our dogs......just love that the main attention was on them as they can be wary of change. He ...

Holly Horan

I cannot say enough good things about Kyle my American pit absolutely adored him and usually she's pretty standoffish I've never seen her lick someone and jump on them all in one day thank you so ...

Candra Cane

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