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Cat Grooming and Nail Trimming

Cats are known for grooming themselves, but a little help is never wasted. Regular brushing can help keep your cat’s skin and haircoat healthy and can be another way to strengthen the relationship between you and your cat. Brushing your cat helps to remove dirt and loose, dead hair and to prevent mats and tangles. How often you need to brush your cat depends on the length and thickness of his or her hair. Long-haired cats, like Persians, may need to be brushed daily. Short-haired cats may need brushing only weekly. Regular brushing also helps reduce the amount of hair your cat swallows during grooming, which should lead to fewer hairballs. Nail trimming on a regular basis will help reduce shredded furniture/clothing, scratches, nails being caught in the carpet, rugs or curtains and nails growing into your cat’s toe pads.

What grooming services does the clinic provide?


We do offer nail trims for our feline patients at the hospital, however, we are fortunate enough to have a groomer on staff. Arlene is very proficient with nail trims and grooming as well.

What is clinic booking and cancellation policy?


We do not have a cancellation policy. If for any reason, you are unable to keep a booked appointment, simply call the clinic and we will reschedule to a better suited time or cancel the appointment without penalty.

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