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Grooming

At Chestnut Mountain Animal Hospital, we use exclusive grooming products for your pets. The products our stylist uses are endorsed by professional handlers/owners worldwide for exceptional results of coat care.

Regular grooming fees include Hair Cut, Bath, Blow Dry, Ear Cleaning, Gland Expression and Nail Trim.

If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please call 678.971.5550 today!

Grooming services listed below are additional to regular fees.

Medicated Baths:

This service is recommended for pets with all types of skin and allergy conditions. We offer a variety of professionally formulated shampoos that soothe and promote healing when used as directed by our veterinarian. Some of these products are available for purchase, or can be special ordered.

Blueberry Facial:

The Blueberry Facial is a concentrated aroma therapeutic shampoo that removes odor, whitens and brightens, and is tearless. This product is effective for all breeds of dogs and cats. Used regularly, tear stains and stains from chewing can be brightened and often eliminated. It’s a tingly experience for every pet and their owners are sure to be pleased with the results!

Nail Sculpting:

Having your pet’s nails clipped is routine, but can be a painful experience for owners. Nails that are freshly clipped are sharp and have rough edges. When Nail Sculpting, the groomer uses a very fine grit stone on a rotary tool to smooth and shape the nail, eliminating those rough edges, which provides a finished look and much more comfortable feel to both the pet and their owner.

De-Shedding:

Hair in your home can be a battle! This service removes the loose coat and helps the pets’ skin breathe. You will definitely see the difference. Recommended every 3 months.

De-Matting:

This removes tangles from the pets’ coat, using professional products to loosen them. A great length of time is involved with brushing and combing. Be advised that in severe cases of matting this service is not recommended. IT IS PAINFUL, areas of thinning will be evident, and skin irritation may/will occur.