LoveCare Pet Grooming – The World's Best Team for Pet Care Services


With over 10 years of experience, LoveCare Pet Grooming specializes in customized grooming services for pets. Our expertise includes effective communication with dogs of all sizes and breeds, utilizing specific grooming techniques. We excel in bathing, trimming, and styling, ensuring your pets look and feel their best. Our clean, safe environment prioritizes their comfort, with techniques to handle nervous dogs carefully. Services include nail trimming, dematting, and deshedding, supported by our knowledge of pet first aid and CPR. Trust us to pamper your pets with the care they deserve!


Complete pet grooming for dogs and cats by professional groomers. While regular grooming certainly helps to maintain your pet’s coat and tidy up their appearance, its most important benefit is improving their health and hygiene. Dogs have some self-grooming abilities, but they can’t brush their own coats or scrub away accumulated dirt, oil, hair, and skin cells. With our professional grooming services, we can keep healthy pets clean and reduce itching, irritation, and infection in pets with chronic skin conditions.


After walking, running, and playing all day, you dog may pick up a little dirt! Love Care Pet Grooming cleans up pups with their delicate and thorough dog bathing services.

Pet bathing and grooming should be a part of every pet boarding center’s policy. That’s why we make it a number one priority here at Love Care Pet Grooming, offering superior dog grooming services. Your pup will feel so much better after a bath, a trim, and a nail clipping! We work with all kinds of breeds. Simply let the groomers know if you have any special requests for your pet, and they will accommodate.


Here’s some helpful information on dog and cat nails and why Nail Trimming is beneficial to your pet:

Nails serve to give traction and help your dog move and run without slipping and sliding. When nails get too long, it can inhibit movement and cause pets to slip and fall.

When not trimmed, nails can even grow long enough to curl and pierce into the bottom of the paw pad, causing discomfort and even immobility. Ingrown nails can also result in infection, which causes pain and can even make a pet mean.

When nails grow too long, they can strain your pet’ leg muscles and prevent your pet from walking and running correctly.

Signs that your pet’s nails are too long and due for nail trimming: 
It’s probably time for a trim if your pet’s nails make a clicking sound while walking. Or, as a way of checking, simply hold your pet’s foot and press the toe so the nail extends. If it curves past the bottom of the toe pad it is too long.

Stop in for walk-in service or call to set an appointment for pet nail trimming.