Nature's Select engineers its food fixes for beasts of all maturity from pup to wolfman. Dog foods cater to canine palates of dry or canned sophistication. Select 15-lb. bags of chicken, rice, and lamb adult food for $23.50 (50-lbs. for $49.95); or get 25 lbs. of ultra lite food for that big-boned doggy that hates exercise ($28.95). For your favorite feline, Nature's Select offers edible necessities such as 24 cans of holistic pheasant dinner ($32.25) and inedible necessities such as 46 lbs. of natural aspen-wood cat litter ($28.95). It also carries a variety of desserty treats, supplemental supplements, and assistive pet products such as shampoo and breath freshener.
The Rock n Country Veterinary Services team is captained by Dr. Jennifer Hatcher and Dr. John Laster—both animal lovers, farmers, and seasoned veterinarians. The professionals welcome animals of all shapes and sizes into their clinic, where they perform an array of veterinary services, from basic exams to emergency surgeries. The doctors and their crew travel to farms across town, treating curly tailed pigs to manicures, checking up on clucking chickens, and feeding medicine to stubborn llamas.
BB's Grooming & Boutique offers in-store grooming services as well as schedules visits to homes and offices to groom pets in the comfort of their own space. The mobile grooming team brings shampoo and clippers to pooches of all sizes, cleaning their coats and keeping their fur fluffy and trimmed inside their grooming van. Because a number of pets suffer from periodontal disease, the certified groomers can also perform dental cleanings to prevent getting fido fitted for dentures because of excessive tooth and oral decay.
Helmed by a trio of dog- and cat-grooming specialists, Groomer Has It is a one-stop shop for dirty and disheveled pets. The team employs a skin-oxygenating HydroSurge bath to gently cleanse pets before sprucing them up with a haircut, teeth brushing, a de-shedding treatment, and a nail trim. The facility also boasts DIY bathing tubs, giving pet owners access to bathing equipment and offering autonomous dogs the dignity that comes with washing one’s own hair.