Pet Groomer in Stansbury Park, UT

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Dog Grooming Services in Stansbury Park, UT

If you are scouting for a dog groomer in Stansbury Park, UT, then look no further than Kibbles & Cuts. Our highly-trained pet groomers provide tailored service with a delicate touch to get your pet looking their best. Our team groom all kinds of dogs. Regardless if your beloved pet is needing a quick wash and brush visit, or it's time for a dab of extra pampering, our hardworking staff is here to assist with all of your desires for dog grooming. We provide a hygienic, safe, and welcoming place to clean your dog. During the time of scheduling, please mention your dog's age, temperament, and weight category in order to better help us match you with the perfect groomer and solutions. Set up your appointment today.

Bath & Brush

Our bath service includes shampoo matched for your pets' coat type, leave in conditioner, brush out, nail trimming and filing, and ear cleansing.

Teeth Brushing

Protect against bad breath, tooth loss, and gum disease with regular teeth cleaning for a  healthy smile.

Ear Cleaning

A dog's ears are delicate and vulnerable to infection, excessive wax buildup, and ear mites. Cleaning your pet's ears reduces build-up to help hinder infections and reduce the smell.

Nail Trim

We cut nails to a prudent length, just short of the toenail quick. Nail trimming prevents painful nail cracking or nails breaking.

Face Trim

Several pooches need a haircut from around their face. Our groomer will be able to help you identify the perfect style for your dog.

Full-Service Grooming

Includes our all natural shampoo, a blow-out, ear cleaning, nail trimming, light trimming (around face, feet & fanny), and a brush out, plus a full haircut.

Anal Gland Expression

Upon request, we will gladly express your pets anal glands as part of our bath & brush or full groom services; however, we don't do it on every dog as a matter of routine.

Here's why: A healthy dog on a species appropriate diet will express its anal glands with each bowel movement. For this reason, many Veterinarians are discouraging Groomers from routinely expressing anal glands on their client's pets. The concern is that the anal gland can be damaged from a lifetime of manual expressions and since a healthy dog will express naturally, without help, having a Groomer do it could cover symptoms of illness that the Veterinarian would want to know about. If your dog is having anal gland issues please consider consulting with one of our Nutrition Specialists. They can help you place your beloved pet squarely on the path to wellness.