Looking for a Pet Groomer in the greater Lansing or DeWitt area? Three Shears for Pets offers premier Pet Grooming in DeWitt MI and the surrounding areas including, Lansing, Bath & St. Johns. It is the most recent service introduced through the Pet Health Center. Three Shears for Pets schedules appointments and useses Pet Health Center to take care of the business activities. Three Shears for Pets also shares in its rich tradition of superior customer service!
Three Shears for Pets provides pet grooming and bathing for all breeds of dogs and cats. Owners may choose a traditional trim in accordance with breed standards or elect a "custom cut" for their pet's comfort. Three Shears for Pets operates by appointment (currently being made through the Pet Health Center) at 669-2641. Drop-off service is available starting as early as 7:00 a.m. on Monday & Friday and as early as 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
In an effort to keep your pet and other pets that visit THREE SHEARS FOR PETS healthy the following vaccination policy will be strictly followed:
1. Owners must provide written proof or a receipt from their veterinarian, (at the time the pet is presented for grooming) that a veterinarian has administered the following immunizations and that they are "current". Dogs: Distemper-Parvo complex (a.k.a. Pneumonia & Diarrhea Prevention), Rabies and Kennel Cough. Cats: Upper Respiratory Complex and Rabies.
2. In the event that the vaccination status cannot be verified at the time of the groom, NO grooming services will be rendered. The pet will sent back with the person persenting it for the groom. Not until proof that the pet is current for the required immunizations will it be groomed.
All pets presented for grooming will receive a Complimentary "Pet Health Physical Assessment". A THREE SHEARS FOR PETS team member will perform the assessment (pet willing) at NO charge to the owner. This is a cursory review of the outward appearance of the pet.
The Complimentary "Pet Health Physical Assessment” is done in the presence of the owner at the time of presentation. It is designed to identify obvious physical problems that may be affecting the pet's quality of life. The owner has three options: 1. Elect to have a Pet Health Center veterinarian do a complete examination while the pet is at the grooming facility (there will be a Physical Examination charge for this service). 2. Contact their regular veterinarian to schedule an appointment to review the findings. 3. Schedule an appointment for a more convenient time to do a Comprehensive Physical Examination and review the findings from the Physical Assessment.
The "Pet Health Physical Assessment" includes a review of the, General Appearance, Demeanor, Eyes, Ears, Mouth/Nose and Skin/Hair-coat.