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Recent Dog Grooming Reviews in Columbia

  • The Doggie Barber
    5.0
    I've been bringing my dogs here for several years - both of which are older dogs. The owners are great - responsive, do wonderful cuts, are reasonable and always on time. I won't tkae my pets anywhere else!
    Maria D.
  • FUR PERSONS
    5.0
    I have been taking my six dogs to Fur Persons on a regular basis for nine years. Outstanding service; versatile and professional in their grooming; meticulous care; open early to drop off; and my dogs love going there. Robbie and Heath are respectful, dedicated business owners, and it is a pleasure to have them greet me when I arrive and pick up read less
    Jere H.
  • Aussie Pet Mobile - Brentwood TN
    5.0
    Jamie just left after grooming our fur baby Snowball for the first time. She was on time, highly professional and the cost was very reasonable. Snowball usually drools badly and is shaking when we pick him up. With Jamie, there was no shaking and no drool. We are so pleased with Jamie we have already made our next appointment. I highly recommend Jamie at Aussie Mobile Grooming read less
    Denise H.
  • Harpeth Hills Animal Hospital
    5.0
    Harpeth Hills Animal Hospital, and more specifically, Dr. Chris Strange, are the very best. The people who greet and check in patients at the front desk are friendly and helpful. The techs are loving and knowledgeable. Dr. Strange is amazing. He is a compassionate listener, to humans and dogs. He is a thorough clinician and a wonderful diagnostician. He guided our family through injuries, illness, chronic conditions and end-of-life trauma. We are absolutely delighted that he has become co-owner of the clinic and will remain our family's doctor forever. (As an added bonus to this veterinary practice, they offer boarding and the services of a wonderful groomer, Nancy, who expertly bathes and "coifs" our dogs on a regular basis. read less
    Lewis S.
  • Petco Animal Supplies
    5.0
    They are all A's. There are different services, so I can't really go in to it for pricing. I'm using them constantly. They are good.
    Sylvia S.
  • PAMPERED PETS LLC
    5.0
    They're great. It's very clean. They take really good care of your?dog,?whether?it's a puppy or an old?dog. The?dogs have an opportunity to go out and play a lot, instead of just being cooped up. It's like a big yard where they can go and run, but the?dogs?are the same size as them.
    Lowe, C.
  • PETCO
    5.0
    My pets actually do very well. No complaints going in to there, maybe a little hesitant. Once they get in there and noticed that they are friendly it goes fine, and they are happy there. Get out of there whenever they do see us, but not too bad.
    Joslyn S.
  • SAFARI PET RESORT
    5.0
    Excellent service! The staff is very helpful and very friendly. They have the nicest boarding facility that I have ever seen. They also provide a link that you can access and view your pet while they are there for any of their services which gives great peace of mind.
    Tom W.
  • Nolensville Veterinary Hospital
    5.0
    They usually schedule you on time so you aren't waiting long. I have been going there for 20 years and they are wonderful people.
    Brad F.
  • McKay's Mill Animal Hospital
    5.0
    Kral, our elderly lab, has been seen by Dr. Merrel for his annual checkup and vaccinations and Dr. Bowling for an eye injury. He was very nervous, especially with the eye injury, but they both are really so great with handling and comforting animals in general. His annual went well and his eye is all healed! Juliet, one of my cats, has also seen both doctors for annual checkups and vaccinations. Also nervous in this type of environment, they are very gentle and comforting and make the experience as pleasant and easy as possible. Romeo, our cat who sadly had to leave us in February, is probably the main reason/way we fell in love with McKay's Mill Animal Hospital. He was treated by both doctors and pretty much all of the staff through all his troubles, but mostly by Dr. Bowling. A few years ago and not long after I rescued him at about 5 or 6 years old, he fell very ill pretty suddenly (or at least showed illness suddenly) and I brought him in to see Dr. Bowling. After running some tests she diagnosed him as diabetic. He had to stay for about 5 days to get him back in shape, but he eventually came home good as new and was happy and healthy for a couple years taking two doses of insulin daily. Unfortunately, towards the end of last year he became ill again, and this time was diagnosed with kidney failure. Knowing the expense and emotional toll that had been incurred over the diabetes and that this too, would be a large expense and a lot of work emotionally and physically (and considering the condition is maintainable, but not reversible), she drew up and presented a detailed treatment plan and thoroughly explained the anticipated costs, outcome and maintenance. Basically, everything she was going to do to try to make him well, what the immediate cost of that would be; what we would have to do on an ongoing basis, what that ongoing cost would be; and the toughest part, that she couldn't guarantee that she could save him or how long he would be around if she could. I imagine a lot of people would not want or be able to go through all of this and may give up. I think she even cried with me a little at this point! Well, as hard as it all was to take in, there was nothing I wouldn't do for this cat, so it was a go! When she went into the back and announced to everyone that they would be treating him (again, everyone very familiar with Romeo) I heard them all cheer! Well, with a lot of work, Dr. Bowling and team did get Romeo well. He was in the hospital for about a week again, and came home with a treatment plan of several pills per day plus IV fluids every evening. She was very clear that his condition was not reversible; it could be days, months, maybe (though not likely) even more. We were doing everything we could and it was really just up to him at this point to fight. Well he was a fighter, and despite a pretty rapid decline in his numbers, we were able to keep him a happy boy for a few more months. I must also note that Dr. Bowling only works at the hospital part time, but at this point provided us with her personal cell for emergencies or for if anything just worried us and we had questions. We were determined not to abuse this, but there were a few occasions where we did feel the need to contact her (via text message) after hours or on her days off and she always responded pretty much immediately. In Romeo's last week we started having trouble getting him to eat and knew it was getting near time and discussed the details with Dr. Bowling. She let us know that we had the option of bringing him in when the time came (assuming we would choose euthanasia), or for an extra charge she and one of the techs could come to our home. I had planned on that option, but Romeo had other plans. On a Thursday afternoon, when we were already pretty sure we would have her come the next day, Romeo had a terrible seizure. We called and talked to Callie, one of the techs who had been treating Romeo since the very beginning. She gave us some options and told us we could bring him in and give him some Valium to control the seizures, but we already knew it was time and we couldn't put him through anymore. It was Dr. Bowling's day off and Callie called her, but her husband was out of town and she was at home with her daughters, and Dr. Merrell was out of town as well. They had a relief vet on staff, but this stressed us out a bit since we wanted him to be with people he was familiar with. We got him in, and I can say the worry was quickly calmed, as the relief vet (I wish I remembered her name, but wasn't in a good place at this point), was excellent, and Callie was there, and Romeo loved Callie! She had already filled the vet in on all things Romeo, who did then give us some options if we wanted to try to hold on a little longer, but we knew he'd been through enough and it was time. They were both very comforting and sympathetic as they explained exactly how the procedure would work and that we had the choice of being present or not, which we chose to be present. They then took Romeo in back to put in the catheter and give initial sedative, and then brought him back and let us know we could have all the time we needed and to let them know when we were ready. We did that, and then the procedure, and they then again left us to say our goodbyes to him. They truly made that experience that no one ever wants to have to experience as easy as it could be. We were notified a few days later when his remains were ready to be picked up, and he was returned to us in a beautiful wood urn with his name inscribed on it, and Callie had done his paw print and name in plaster for us. :) We also quickly received a card with sweet messages from all the staff. I could not be more thankful that I found McKay's Mill Animal Hospital and had their wonderful team to help us and Romeo through these difficult situations read less
    Melissa P.
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