Petsmart is known as the largest specialty pet retailer of services and solutions for the lifetime needs of pets. They love pets and believe that pets make us better people. Each day with every connection, the passionate of Petsmart associates he;p bring pet parents closer to their pets so they can live more fulfilled lives.
How do you make a grooming appointment online? At the top of the screen you will be able to see Click Appointment or Check Prices. First of all, you need to select the dog or cat icon based on your pet. Then, select breed and age. After that, click Check Prices. The Grooming Salon Menu located on the right side of the screen will populate with estimated pricing for all services available for your pet. Once a service is chosen, you will have to go to the Service log in page if you want to continue your booking. Then, you will be prompted to sign in your Petsmart account or sign up and provide your name, the information of your pet, and your email address to get started. You are able to book your favorite Pet Stylist, check availability, make appointments and sign up for text alerts.
Booking an appointment for a grooming service ahead of times is recommended so you and your pet are not keep waiting any longer than necessary. Weekends are busy days, so appointments are really recommended on Saturdays and Sundays. Petsmart are happy to take walk-ins when they have availability. Please take a note than all cat services require specially trained associates to complete, are not available on weekends and are only available at select salons. Please call your salon ahead of time to make sure a certified car groomer is available.
What should you do to prepare your pet’s groom? There are three thing that you should do. First, understand your pet’s triggers. The salon may be loud, noisy and may cause stress in some pets. For instance, some pets get nervous or anxious when around the other pets, or when they are exposed to loud noises such as barking. Make sure to flag any stress triggers, as well as calming techniques with your groomer. Second, visit the salon. It is better for you to stop by the grooming salon several days before the appointment and introduce your pet to the groomer. It will also help them get used to the activity, smells and sounds of the salon. You are able to help prepare them for grooming by touching their paws during play, getting them accustomed to the groomers who will handle their paws and using common household items to acclimate them to the humming noise of hair clippers and nail grinders. Third, health and welfare. Try to groom or bath your pet once about every four to six weeks, either at home or with a professional groomer. It will keep your pet happy and healthy and allow them to be regularly checked for any abnormalities.