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Dog Grooming in Battle Creek

When most people hear, “pet grooming in Battle Creek,” they more than likely think of dog grooming as it’s seen as more of a necessity and is definitely more common than cat grooming. There are a couple of main reasons for this including the fact that many cats do not go outside, cats groom themselves frequently, and cats generally do not like to be wet. However, even though cats groom themselves, that doesn’t mean that they don’t need to be professionally groomed – especially if they are experiencing emotional or health issues and are not grooming themselves enough. 

Doggy Daycare in Battle Creek

Many dog owners are working professionals and spend a lot of time away from home. They also typically don’t like the idea of them being home alone all day. Well, the good news is, Paws & Claws offers Doggy Daycare in Battle Creek! In this post, we will discuss doggy daycare and whether it’s right for your dog.

Doggy Daycare in Battle Creek

There are a wide variety of reasons you should take your dog to Paws & Claws Finishing Touch for doggy daycare in Battle Creek. You may only consider a doggy daycare when you’re going out of town, however, there are a number of other reasons doggy daycare in Battle Creek is beneficial to you and your dog that we will discuss in this post.

Dog Grooming in Battle Creek

While the primary reason many people take their dog to be professionally groomed is to keep them looking good, there are other, perhaps more important, reasons have your dog groomed, as well. Dog grooming in Battle Creek from Paws & Claws is not strictly cosmetic – it can be good for their health and happiness as well as even helping to detect abnormalities of the skin or coat before they become a problem! In this post, we will look at a few of the benefits of professional dog grooming in Battle Creek.

Dog Grooming in Battle Creek

In most cases it's smart to leave pet grooming in Battle Creek to the professionals and there are no better grooming professionals in Battle Creek than the team at Paws & Claws Finishing Touch. In this post, we will look at three grooming needs and why they're best left to the professionals.

Dog Boarding in Battle Creek

Good until December 24th, we are offering a holiday special on doggy daycare / dog boarding in Battle Creek. You can buy a 10 day pass for only $70 (more than 50% off) and a $160 value! Please note that to better serve our customers, we have moved up our opening time on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to 6:45 a.m., so that those who work at 7:00 a.m. can use our dog boarding in Battle Creek services. 

Doggy Daycare

Our doggy daycare in Battle Creek is now open! Please join us on Thursday, October 12th for our grand opening. We will have a radio station broadcasting from the event and there will even be a 55' HD TV giveaway! We are offering the first 50 people who sign up for 10 day passes 50% off, that means only $70! 

Dog and Cat Grooming

As with anything else there are certain untruths that are passed from person to person when it comes to cat and dog grooming. If grooming were purely a cosmetic need it wouldn’t be a big deal, but as many of you already know, ensuring your pet is properly groomed regularly is an important part in keeping them healthy overall. In this post, we will look at three myths we have heard at our pet grooming salons in Battle Creek and Kalamazoo. 

Obedience School in Battle Creek

Paws & Claws All Breed Cat & Dog Grooming is expanding thank to you, our customers! We will be moving into a new building across the street and offering top of the line doggie daycare and obedience school in Battle Creek. Our new building boasts 2400 square feet of indoor doggie daycare wuth 3000 square feet being added outside, as well. 

Battle Creek Pet Grooming

It’s not surprising that dog grooming is seen as more necessary and is much more common than cat grooming. For one, there aren’t really any “inside only” dogs, and cats actually spend much of their time grooming themselves. When a cat has physical or emotional issues, though, they may cut back or stop grooming themselves altogether. Some cats also have very thick coats so their owners elect to shave them in the hot summer months. Even if the cat is grooming itself properly, they may need a little help especially when they’re shedding.