Pet Grooming at Crestwood Court Veterinary Clinic
Crestwood Court Veterinary Clinic provides high-quality pet grooming services to pet owners in Vancouver, WA, and the surrounding areas. Our commitment is to ensure that your pet has good health by providing high-quality services that promote the best hygienic condition for him or her. Although pets might groom themselves by pulling debris out of their fur or licking their coats, there are still several ways to ensure that they have the best look and comfortable look. We have highly experienced pet groomers at our facility to provide the cleaning treatment your pet needs.
Keeping Your Pet Well Groomed
The type of grooming your pet needs all depends on his or her age, breed, and health. Failure to brush and clean a pet can lead to a variety of difficulties for the animal. An unclean pet is more likely to ingest a harmful substance if it ends up in their fur. Your pet can also become sick from bacteria living on the coat. A matted coat can be irritating and even painful to a pet. Dogs with thick coats will need their hair trimmed for the summer to avoid overheating. If your dog is prone to shedding, then seeing our professional team can be beneficial. Brushing your pet can help decrease the level of shedding he or she experiences.
Essential Areas We Also Clean
In addition to the main body, a pet's ears, eyes, and teeth need tending. Uncleaned eyes can fill with mucus. Teeth can suffer from a buildup of tartar if not cleaned. We also offer cleaning services for your pets' ears to help remove debris and dirt. In case our groomers find inflamed, red, or irritated skin with foul odor or residue while cleaning, they will alert you before recommending you to visit our veterinarians for further examinations and medications.
Nail and Claw Trimming
Dogs are prone to using their toes for walking. This condition is known as digitigrade walking. When nails become too long, the ability to walk comfortably on the toes becomes difficult, and the dog's gait can suffer. Arthritis and an uneven gait can result, causing your dog to be uncomfortable. Cat claws left untreated will begin to curve and stab the pad, causing an infection. Our team is here to help keep your pet's nails or claws trimmed.
Contact Us for Pet Care from Our Veterinarians in Vancouver, WA
Our team at Crestwood Court Veterinary Clinic is available to help your pet with his or her grooming needs. If you are having difficulty grooming your pet on your own or if you would to have an evaluation of your pet's overall health, contact us to make an appointment. We provide quality veterinary care with routine exams, surgical procedures, and more. We also offer dogs and cats with pet grooming services in the comfort of our office. Contact our Vancouver team at (360) 254-8811 to see how we can help you and your pet!