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Keep Your Pet Looking Good and Smelling Great

Proper grooming is essential for keeping your pet comfortable and ensuring its skin and fur are healthy. So why not let the Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital’s New Jersey pet grooming experts provide your pet with some healthy pampering?

Because we believe grooming is important to your pet’s health, we take it very seriously. That doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be fun or feel good. Our Groomer uses the latest products and equipment to ensure that your pet emerges from his or her appointment feeling and looking great. We know that your pet will lead you back for more if they have a fun time.

Your pet’s visit includes:

  • Shampoo
  • Massaging Bath & Blow Dry
  • Haircut
  • Nail trim (Filing also available)
  • Ear Cleaning

Be sure to make your appointment as soon as possible in order to get your preferred time and date.

As a safety measure for all of our pets, we require proof of vaccinations. We also require a fecal test before scheduling a grooming appointment. We want to ensure the health of our groomers and the pets that become our guests. These tests are usually required for pet boarding as well.

Meet Kate:

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Making our four-legged clients feel comfortable and happy is our Groomer Kate’s favorite part of her job. She especially likes taking special care of senior pets and creating a “work of art” out of scruffy fur. Her job responsibilities include finding a grooming solution that looks great for each pet and one that is easy to maintain for the groomer. She also alerts medical staff and pet owners to any potential problems that she finds during grooming. With her artistic touch in pet styling, Kate is a wonderful fit for our veterinary team. She has worked with animals for over 25 years in both boarding and grooming and joined our staff in April 2013.

Kate enjoys working at Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital because of the sincere affection the staff shows toward pets. “Aside from our hospital being a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility, everyone’s attitude is very friendly, helpful and supremely caring of the pets entrusted to their care,” she said.

For 20 years, Kate showed and bred Maine Coon cats and has been very involved in cat rescue. She is the shelter liaison and assistant cat show manager for the Garden State Cat Club.

At home, Kate spends time with her six felines. Her hobbies include making wire and beaded jewelry, reading, and lounging with her cats.

Have questions about Grooming? Please email: grooming@bridgewatervet.com

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