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Grooming Keeps Pets Feeling Like New

Your companion’s health is not just about what’s going on inside, but what’s happening on the outside, too. Hygiene is a vital component of overall wellness and quality of life. At Coyne Veterinary Center in St. John, we’re proud to have professional groomers on our team to provide for your pet’s grooming needs and help them feel clean, refreshed, and comfortable as often as possible.

What Our Groomers Provide

Should your pet require simple maintenance, a major makeover, or something in between, our groomers can manage it with ease while helping your pet feel relaxed and secure. Their services include:

  • A full bath and blow dry
  • Hair trims
  • Haircuts
  • Brush out
  • Dematting
  • Ear cleaning/ear hair plucking
  • Nail trims
  • Anal gland expression
  • Parasite prevention

Start booking your pet’s grooming visit today!

Is Your Pet Ready for Their Visit?

Grooming guests must be healthy and free of any parasites when they come to see us. Use the table below to see what your pet needs.

Dogs

  • Rabies
  • Distemper (DHP)
  • 6-month Bordetella
  • Influenza
  • Negative fecal test within the year

Cats

  • Rabies
  • Distemper (FVRCP)
  • 6-month Bordetella
  • Negative fecal test within the year
  • Up-to-date with yearly deworming
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LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT WE OFFER

Still have questions about pet grooming at Coyne Veterinary Center in St. John? Call us at (219) 627-3264. If you have a new puppy and plan to have them groomed in the future, we recommend starting them early so they can get used to be groomed by our professional staff. We look forward to helping your pet stay shiny, healthy, and happy.

How Grooming Improves Your Pet’s Health

Some of the most notable benefits of grooming your pet regularly include:

  • Keeping their skin free of dead skin cells, loose hair, dirt, oil, and bugs
  • Ensuring that their coat stays soft, shiny, and manageable
  • Preventing their nails from overgrowing and causing problems when they walk or stand
  • Allowing us time to check your pet’s skin for lumps, bumps, scabs, and other underlying problems
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