A true animal-lover, Linda Dennis has been grooming the cats and dogs of Ocala for more than 30 years. Amidst shelves of squeaky toys and colorful collars, she and her staff at Linda's Pet Grooming & Spa shampoo animals before snipping hairstyles by hand. The crew can also extend their expertise towards flea treatments, skincare, and pedicures, or simply provide an understanding ear for barked confessions of unrequited love for the paperboy.
Very Important Pets Grooming cleans pets from head to paw with a variety of grooming services. During each session, they create a safe, fun atmosphere where pets feel comfortable soaking up suds or allowing someone to gently scrub their fur. The staff also removes ear hairs, trims nails, and conditions coats so that pets don't resort to wearing full-body wigs.
Doggie Daycare & Boarding facility where your dog is allowed to be a dog! Fun activities: Fetch, Bubbles, water guns (if your dog likes them). We are open 7 days a week for Boarding. Open Monday - Saturday for Daycare. We have a full service grooming salon The Yuppie Puppy open Monday - Saturday.
A shuttle bus pulls up to the curb, and a Dogs Rule staff member leads another drowsy charge to its front porch. This pooch is knackered, having spent all day carousing at Dogs Rule, a leash-free dog-care facility whose wall-mounted “BEWARE OF THE DOG” sign belies the canine camaraderie within. As pooches enter the facility, the staff separates them into groups according to age, temperament, and size, and watches over the pups as they wrestle in the outdoor play lot’s dirt, chase soap bubbles, splash in the pool, or strategize table-side manners in the play house. Overnight guests—whether feline or canine—bunk down in crates at night. Dogs Rule's groomer Diane Lyons, herself an owner of four dogs, backs up her passion for canine coiffures with 29 years of grooming experience.
During their pets’ time at Dogs Rule, owners can opt for grooming sessions or vaccinations at an additional charge. All proceeds from the facility benefit the nonprofit AHHHHA, which finds homes for abandoned animals and offers low-cost spay and neuter services to pet owners.
Before she opened Nature's Pet Grooming, Lisa Jordan traveled across the United States to hone her skills. In Charleston, she apprenticed show groomers; in Oahu, she worked as a mobile groomer; in D.C., she groomed top dog politicians. Finally, she officially became a master in the field at the Paragon School of Pet Grooming and settled down in Florida.
As the owner of Nature's Pet Grooming, she's fostered strong relationships with her canine customers. Her deluxe baths cater to a dog's natural anxiety about grooming with a relaxing hydromassage shampoo delivery, cozy towel wrap, and gentle ear cleanings. Extras such as massage, lavender aromatherapy, and citrus rinses make pooches feel extra special on their birthdays or graduation from space camp.