Kansas City’s only full service dog grooming salon situated in a private, off-leash, wooded dog park with pick-up and drop off at your home! In addition to this unique service, we just launched our online store featuring organic pet food with home delivery in the KC area!
Three Dog Bakery unleashed its first tasty treats for man's cuddly companion back in 1989 and now has legs across North America, China, and Japan. The quickly expanding barkery takes pride in providing all-natural, human-grade foods to doggies—foods that will help them live long, healthy lives while keeping them fit and promoting a positive Air Bud–esque self-image. In addition to fresh, baked-in-store goods Three Dog Bakery treats furry friends to prepackaged all-natural rawhides such as the vanilla rawhide braid ($4.50). To reward especially good behavior or console your pup after a nasty catfight, appeal to his or her sweetest incisors with some vanilla Lick 'n' Crunch ($5.65), apple oatmeal Roll-Over Rewards ($6.99), peanut Woofers ($6.99), or oven baked cheese biscuits($6.99).
An owner of two dogs and three cats, Dr. Cassie Cure believes in the power of preventative care to give animals a long and healthy life. This approach has earned Cedar Ridge Animal Hospital accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association, putting it among the few veterinary practices in the area to carry this distinction. At the hospital’s full-service care facilities, Dr. Cure heals small animals with veterinarian services ranging from routine wellness care to nutrition counseling. She also performs more specialized services, such as microchipping. Beyond the veterinary clinic, the hospital spans grooming and boarding facilities, giving pets respite from their owners’ suffocating co-dependence. To give clients added piece of mind, Cedar Ridge posts online recommendations for emergency pet care.
The vets at Animal Medical Center have looked after the health of furry family members since 1947. Continuing this legacy, the center's current crop of medical professionals treat cats and dogs to services that range from standard checkups to vaccinations to life-saving surgeries. They also continuously look for new treatment options, such as therapeutic laser therapy, which can alleviate canines and felines of conditions such as chronic pain. Pet owners may also treat animals via a discounted health plan offered through the center.
When not dishing out medical care or filling prescriptions at the in-house or online pharmacy, Animal Medical Center's crew looks after pets with boarding and grooming services. They also assist owners in recovering lost pets by letting them display posters and all their pets' known aliases within the medical center.
Headed by a veterinarian with more than 20 years of experience, vets at the Meriden Animal Hospital treat large and small animals and specialize in chiropractic and acupuncture services. During the annual exam, veterinarians give pups a general physical inspection and test for heartworm, ehrlichiosis, and Lyme disease. Vets administer a distemper vaccination, a rabies three-year booster, and a therapy session, in which a dog can vent about living in his or her alpha brother's shadow. Vets bolster freshly born pets' immune systems with vaccination packages spread over three office visits, in which puppies and kittens receive up to six vaccinations—puppies get three for distemper, two for kennel cough, and one for rabies, and kittens get three for FVRCP, two for leukemia, and one for rabies.