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.
Oliver's is named for its chief executive officer, Oliver Cooley, a french bulldog. To counterbalance his spotty managerial resume, Oliver is aided by his human counterpart Brian Cooley, a pet-lover and Iraq War veteran who brings a human's higher cognitive functions to the facility.
With their combined knowledge of what pets want, Brian and Oliver's canine staff board dogs while their owners are away and oversee a spacious daycare and spa. Combined with their outdoor play area, their indoor play area—with quality K9 synthetic grass—gives visiting pups amble space to roam. Additionally, natural bath products from earthbath spruce up canines' coats much better than simply herding dogs through a car wash.
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.
Owner and experienced groomer Betty Betanio and her friendly team pamper pooches with attentive dog grooming on-site with their mobile grooming van, or at two convenient locations at BB's Grooming & Boutique. During the indulgent makeover, an experienced groomer bathes your canine and then snips fur into a stylish coiffure that flatters Fido's individual breed. Pups can strut with confidence and comfort after the technician expresses their glands, and sneak up to fire hydrants undetected with neatly clipped nails. After ears are freshly purged of wax and excess fur, meticulously detailed dogs can focus on more important things, such as rereading Lassie's tell-all memoir.