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Posted on 10-09-2017
Our veterinarian, Dr. Cramer, at Lakeview Pet Hospital in Oklahoma City offers pet grooming with our professional groomer, Janice. Having your pet regularly groomed can help prevent hair mats and catch skin conditions and external parasites in a timely manner.
Having your pet professionally bathed and groomed can help keep your pet healthy and happy. Pets that are not groomed regularly are prone to developing hair mats, which can interfere with the way they walk and move and provide an ideal environment for fleas and ticks. In severe cases, the mats can pull on the skin hard enough to create sores.
Our pet groomer, Janice, has over 20 years of experience in grooming cats and dogs. She is skilled and knowledgeable in many types of pet skin conditions, and she can groom your pet's fur according to your pet’s coat type and length. If she sees any problems with your pet's skin or fur, she can explain the findings to you and notify our veterinarian so that your pet gets the appropriate treatment.
Our professional groomer will ensure that your pet is as relaxed and comfortable as possible during his or her grooming session. Your pet will be bathed with the appropriate pet shampoo, and then our groomer will trim your pet’s hair to your desired style. We also provide anal gland expression, ear cleaning and nail trimming. If your pet needs additional grooming services, like a flea dip, or veterinary services, let us know when you call.
To schedule your pet’s grooming session at our veterinary hospital or another service from our veterinarian, call us at 405-848-2483. When you call, ask us about our new patient specials and our resources for pet parents.
Why do you get your pet groomed at our veterinary hospital?
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