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City Pets is now Grooming!

Have you heard? We are so excited! City Pets now has a full-time professional pet groomer and a fully stocked and functional grooming salon! We are rockin’! Here’s some pics of our Ribbon Cutting! :)

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Sara, Michelle, Ryan, Tim and Kelly – Ready to go!

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Don’t worry. Those dull scissors will only be used for mundane pet store business. Not grooming. ;)

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Let’s get started!!

Grooming opened on November 25th and we are already having a blast. On the first day Kelly bathed, brushed, and groomed four of our own puppies (Carl, Yvonne, Beldar, and Mebs). She also had a walk-in nail trim for Murphy, the 14-week old Golden pup, and a full groom for Spike the Pomeranian! Check him out!

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Spike’s new Mom had just adopted him and was worried his skin was irritated underneath his thick fur, so she had Kelly give him a fun lion-type cut with a big mane and a nice fluffy tail. :) Now she can take good care of his coat as it grows back in and he will be a beautiful boy! Spike was diggin’ it and he was a very happy pup.

We can’t wait to see more grooming customers! Kelly is absolutely wonderful and we are so proud to have her with us. Check out the Grooming Page for price estimates, and then call today to make your grooming appointment! We are looking forward to seeing you!

~Sara

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November 26, 2008 at 1:24 pm


Business Information

City Pets and Ponds
4029 Mill Street
Kansas City, MO 64111

Phone: (816) 561-7387
Fax: (816) 561-2323

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday : 10am - 7pm
Saturday : 10am - 6pm
Sunday : 12pm - 4pm

Twitter: @City_Pets
Facebook: City Pets

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Now at City Pets: Dubia roaches. These are a great alternative to crickets or worms as a protein source for reptiles. We have assorted sizes and they are 50¢ each or 12/$5.00 Fire bellied toads in this week too. Got some great looking lionhead goldfish in too. These little guys are called American or Florida flag fish.  It is in the killifish family and loves to eat hair algae.

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