Professional Cat Grooming in Montgomery, MN
Our animal hospital offers sedation cat grooming in Montgomery MN, which is far less stressful for felines and easier for our cat groomer to give your pet the attention they deserve. Cats usually do just fine grooming themselves, but long-haired breeds can be prone to fur matting, especially if they are older and less able to maintain their coat. Grooming your cat regularly also gives us the opportunity to check for lumps and bumps on the skin, as well as parasites and other issues.
A well-groomed cat is a happy cat. Let us know if your feline family member needs help keeping clean!
Thank you Dr. Sweers for the incredible care you give my fur babies.
You have also taken care of me in those hysterical moments when I am worried about them. Your kindness and compassion is above and beyond along with the great medical care.
- Debbie A.
Went to see the clinic today! It looks awesome!
I got to meet the doc and most of his staff. They all seem really caring and understanding. I'm excited to have a good vet so close.
- Jake K.
What a great vet!!
I took my foster dogs there to be spayed and was totally impressed. Everyone was so friendly and the dr. was excellent! Totally recommend!!
- Andrea W.
Top notch vet!
We have been taking our kitty Jasper to Dr. Ben all of his 7 years, and his wife Julie has been our groomer as well. They provide top notch service and go above and beyond the call of duty to accommodate their customers.
- John M.
Cat Grooming Services in Montgomery, MN
We provide standard pet grooming services to benefit your pet’s health, hygiene, and comfort. These include:
- Checking for parasites and skin problems
- Nail trimming
- Ear cleaning
Why Professional Cat Grooming is Beneficial
Cats groom themselves not only to stay clean, but to mask their scent from predators and cleanse surface injuries. If for any reason your cat is not grooming daily, they might start to develop a greasy coat. Additionally, if they are not receiving routine doses of flea and tick preventative, their coat might be hiding parasites.
Brushing your cat on a weekly basis and having them professionally groomed periodically can increase their quality of life. Clean skin and a healthy, shiny coat means less risk of bacterial infections, parasites, and the buildup of loose hair, dead skin cells, and dirt. Your pet will also feel much more comfortable and content.