The Grooming Facility

While we know doggie "bad hair day" may be more socially acceptable than ours, your pet does not have to experience this unpleasant situation. This is particularly true when it comes to "fluffy" breeds. Long matted hair makes it harder, if not impossible to detect skin, eye, or ear conditions, and we encourage you to groom your pet regularly.

Summer haircuts allow us to detect fleas, ticks, and to prevent skin infections due to fungus and bacteria.

Long-haired animals should be groomed when temperature reaches 70 degrees and humidity reaches 70%. Summer haircuts start in OK around April. Call us to find out more.

Lincoln County Animal Hospital works with Mary Perkins, an exceptionally talented groomer with many years of experience.