Leah's Pampered Pooch Salon is a certified all breed dog grooming salon designed to provide                                                            the highest quality experience for your pet.                                                        Pets are Family.


Regular pet grooming does more than keep your dog looking their best.  It also helps promote good health for your pet.  Regular dog grooming visits gives the pet groomer an opportunity to observe your dog’s natural healthy appearance.  The pet groomer will get to know the eyes, ears, teeth, and coat when the dog is feeling good.  As a result, the pet groomer will be quicker to notice any changes that might be cause for concern. Pet grooming helps remove dead hair, skin flakes, and dirt from your dog’s coat.  It also gives the dog groomer time to examine the dog’s body, feel for unusual lumps under the skin, as well as rashes, bald spots, sores, and dull or flaky skin.  These are all potential warning signs that may warrant a trip to your veterinarian.


Leah's Pampered Pooch Salon is an all breed professional dog grooming salon, located in Weatherford, Texas provides relaxing spa services in a clean and loving environment. My modern equipment and updated procedures are designed to promote a calm and happy experience for your beloved dog..  I am trained and certified through a state licensed teaching facility. I am very committed to keeping your pet looking and feeling their very best with the highest standards of excellence in the art of professional pet grooming. Various spa treatments are available to select from, as well as, on- going dog grooming care plans to keep your beloved dog looking their absolute best at all times. Services are by appointment Tuesday thru Saturday.

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I have modern equipment to create a safer and more relaxed experience for your pet's groom.

As a large breed pet owner myself I understand that lifting a large dog up and over the side of a tub runs the risk of damaging the pets hips.  I use a tub that opens from the back so the pet may easily walk up into and out of the tub.

On a healthy dog paw the nails should not touch the ground.  This prevents pressure from being applied to the nail bed as the dog walks.
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