Frequently Asked Questions:
For Pet Services
Do you kennel the dogs all day?
No. For no extra charge your dogs are able to roam around our supervised facility all day. The only time they may be kenneled is if they are aggressive, if it is feeding time, or if it is bed time. Some dogs may not be kenneled at any of these times dependent on personality. And we take a great deal of pride in getting to know all of our guests personalities.
Can I come earlier or later than my grooming appointment?
If you are 15 minutes or more late to your grooming appointment we may have to reschedule the appointment. If you want to come earlier than your scheduled appointment that is no problem! Just let us know so we can be sure we are ready for you! Please note that just because you show up early may not mean that your groom is done early.
How do I know my pets are being treated well?
The owners have security monitors that view the staff and are live 24/7. Your pets are never without at least 2 sets of eyes on them!
My pet needs to go to the vet. Can I bring them to you?
No, we are not vets. We are happy to recommend a vet to you. We can administer medicine and shots such as for thyroid disorders or diabetes during your pets stay, but we are not a vet.
How is the facility kept clean and free of spreadable illnesses?
Our staff cleans the entire facility from top to bottom everyday with a concentrated cleaner that kills bacteria and illnesses that lead to parvo, bordatella, rabies and much more! As well, all of our boarding and daycare quests are required to have specific and up to date vaccinations. Your pets health and happiness is our top priority!
Why Do You Need to Groom Cats?
Even some of the most responsible cat owners believe the myth that cats hate water. The truth of the matter is that while cats may choose to take a shower or jump in the bath on their own, they are also more than capable of enjoying all the benefits that a regular warm soapy soak has to offer.
At Pampered Paws Salon LLC, we strongly recommend that cat owners bring their feline friends to us as early as possible. The younger a kitten is when they reach us, the better they will adapt to the routine of regular warm baths.
Is There a Timeframe for Your Boarding Service?
Whether it’s a three-day business trip or a two-week family vacation, it’s always difficult leaving your pet behind while you are out of town. That is why when selecting a boarding service, you need to ensure that you choose the best. By picking Pampered Paws Salon LLC, you are guaranteeing that this is the case. We cut no corners in the delivery of pet care excellence and you shouldn’t either. Our service can be as long or as short as you require. This is one of our most popular services, so, a good rule to follow is simply, when you know you are going away, we should know. That is just to ensure that your pet has a place reserved with us.
Do you have experience with rare or exotic pets?
We are very well versed in many exotic types of animals that are commonly owned in this area such as tortoises, macaws and even pot bellied pigs.
Why Is it Important to Treat Your Pets to Regular Nail Care Treatments?
Failing to have the nails of your pet clipped and maintained correctly could prove extremely costly for your home. Wooden floors, freshly painted walls or wooden chair and table legs could all become a playground for a cat, dog or even rabbit with excessively long nails. So, to ensure the upkeep of your home, you need to treat your pet to regular nail care treatments from us.
That being said, as bad as long nails are for your home, they are a lot worse for your pet. Failing to cut, your pet’s nails can result in injuries ranging from torn nails to arthritis. This is particularly true for dogs’ nails as they are curved, so if they grow too long they can dig into their paw pads and cause extreme pain. To avoid inflicting this level of pain on your pet, make sure that their nails are treated regularly.
Is it Painful for My Dog to Have a Teeth Cleaning?
At Pampered Paws Salon LLC, the most important thing that we care about is your dog’s happiness. That is why we spend so much time using techniques that provide a deep and thorough teeth cleaning for your dog without affecting his or her mood or sense of comfort. On top of that, we always strive to guarantee that all our teeth cleaning and scaling treatments occur painlessly and without the risk of sedation. We know that having improved oral balance will, almost always, result in a healthier and happier dog. This is why our skilled team of professionals will do all they can to ensure topquality results without the pain and discomfort of a stressful tooth cleaning experience.