Buck Road Animal Hospital has a pet salon for your full-service grooming needs. This grooming service is available to anyone. Pets are not required to be a medical patient at the hospital to be groomed in our salon. All pets will need to be up-to-date on core vaccines*.
Pet grooming is rarely a one-time thing. Many breeds need to be groomed every 4-12 weeks throughout their life to maintain a healthy skin and coat. This is why it's so important they enjoy the experience. When you put your trust in us, you can be sure that your pets will be well-groomed in a gentle and low stress environment. They will receive the care and attention they deserve. We strive to provide the highest level of grooming services in the area. Put your trust in the gentle and compassionate pet grooming salon within Buck Road Animal Hospital.
Pet Grooming near Richboro, PA
Prices vary according to breed, size, condition of pet's coat and behavior.
A soothing shampoo/conditioner, massage, blow dry, a thorough brush out, nail trimming and ear cleaning.
Small $50 and up
Medium $60 and up
Large $80 and up
Extra Large $90 and up
Includes entire Spa Bath and trimming around eyes, face, feet and rear.
Small $65 and up
Medium $70 and up
Large $95 and up
Extra Large $105 and up
Full Groom Package
Includes entire Spa Bath and full all over haircut/style according to client consult and breed specifications.
Small $75 and up
Medium $80 and up
Large $100 and up
Extra Large $125 and up
Hi! My name is Andrea and I am the groomer within Buck Road Animal Hospital. I knew I wanted to work with animals since I was young. I started as a bather at PetSmart in June 2006 and went to their grooming academy a year later. I worked for PetSmart for 8 years and then moved on to private owned grooming shops. I love animals in general, but my favorite dogs to groom are Yorkies and Poodles. Your pets well-being and happiness means the world to me so please bring your fur babies to me for an appointment.
Dogs: Must be up-to-date on Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella (Kennel Cough Vaccines)
Cats: Must be up-to-date on Rabies and Feline Distemper (Feline Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia)
If fleas are discovered, the hospital staff will immediately treat your pet with an appropriate oral or topical flea preventative.