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Well Groomed Pets (WGP) Layton, Utah
Well Groomed Pets – Layton, Utah is the premier dog grooming and wellness center serving all of Davis County. Well Groomed is an AKC Safety Certified pet grooming salon easily accessible on 1986 N Hill Field Rd. Well Groomed provides pet parents with text updates so you know each grooming stage your pet family member is in, and when they are ready to be picked up. To ensure the safety of our pet guests, all dogs need proof of current vaccinations for Rabies, Bordetella, and Parvo.
The Happiest, Healthiest, Best Looking Dogs
We employ AI and machine learning to customize every pet grooming treatment for optimal results that are specific to your pet breed and your pet’s wellness condition. Speaking of wellness, we stand alone as the industry’s most comprehensive wellness salon. Many groomers will offer a light physical wellness check which is a good start but we REALLY do wellness. We include physical, physiological and behavioral wellness checks including but not limited to Nose, Ears, Eyes, Teeth, Coat, Skin, Behavior, Lumps.
Well Groomed Pets – Layton, Utah is an AKC S.A.F.E and Fear Free Certified pet grooming salon. Additionally, Well Groomed Wellness Technicians receive specialized training to check and document each pet for 50+ unique wellness characteristics*. These 50+ wellness points were specifically selected to help identify and track potential health-related issues. Instead of being reactive, for the first time in the dog grooming industry, Well Groomed Pets is changing the paradigm for dog grooming by partnering with you and sharing proactive information you can use to improve your pet’s wellness and share with your pet’s veterinarian.
*Disclaimer: Well Groomed Pets wellness check service is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any specific illness or condition and should only be used as a complement to regular and concurrent veterinary care. The content is informational only and should not to be construed as veterinary advice. Contact your veterinarian when seeking medical care for your pets.