In an effort to provide the best possible care for your companions we are improving our policy regarding vaccinations. All guests arriving at the lodge for boarding, training or grooming will need to be current on their vaccinations before check in. Vaccination must have been administered by a veterinarian. We require Bordatella given every six months, DHPP and Rabies vaccines. We will need the appropriate documentation PRIOR TO ARRIVAL. Please email, firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 208-265-5004 ATTN: Pet lodge. Need assistance? Call us at 208-255-7687 we are happy to help.
PROOF OF CURRENT VACCINATIONS BY A LICENSED VETERINARIAN REQUIRED!
Pend Oreille Pet Grooming and Spa
Caring for your pets from the inside out takes more than yearly visits to the veterinarian!
Grooming is an important component to your pet’s general health. We recommend grooming all year around for every breed.
From the tiny Chihuahua to the Great Pyrenees and the Doodles in between we can take care of you!
All groomings require an appointment and updated vaccines. We ask that you drop off your pet between eight and ten. We will call you when they are ready. Live far out of town? Schedule a pick up time when you make your appointment. We will do our best to accomodate your needs.
ALL GROOMS INCLUDE:
- Nail trim
- Express anal glands
- Clean ears
ADDITIONAL SERVICES INCLUDE:
- CATS! We take care of them too.
- Sanitary Trim
- Specialty Shampoos or bring your own.
- Full Body Hair Cut
- Summer Shave
- Drop in Nail Trims
- Have an extra hairy dog? Schedule brushouts in between groomings and save time and money
- Want your dogs nails painted? Bronwyn can do that! Let us know ahead of time and bring your favorite colored nail polish!
Glenna has a certificate in canine social and psychological development, in addition to being a professional pet groomer. Glenna has helped owners and pets gain understanding and confidence with everyday issues as well as fear and aggression in the family dog since 1999. She has helped develop a training program to meet the needs of the local community. When not teaching or grooming, she enjoys leading her local 4-H group dog project, training or competing in Rally Obedience and spending time with her family and seven dogs.