At The Pet Spa at Barkley Square, pet owners can provide their beloved pets with a variety of vital primping, pampering and care services, including facials, teeth whitening, massages, paw-di-cures, and glitzing. In addition, the company’s pet groomers offer their own unique styles, as well as experiences and an artistic eye toward breed specialty cuts, puppy cuts and trendy cuts.
Dogs are not the only ones that will enjoy this pampering, VIP experience. Barkley Square specializes in caring for all types of pets, including cats and smaller caged animals like guinea pigs and rabbits. All pets will enjoy designer water and gourmet treats during their service, and all products are “green” in accordance with the company’s drive to help sustain and protect the environment.
We offer three base grooms, the Splash 'n' Dazzle, Neatened & Polished, and Red Carpet services as well as a host of add-on services such as nail trims, facials, and ear cleaning, and specialty packages.
Splash 'n' Dazzle
Our Splash 'n' Dazzle service is perfect for when Fido has been digging for his bone. The Splash 'n' Dazzle is a luxurious bath with high quality, gentle and natural shampoo and conditioners. Your dog enjoy being blown dry by hand, trimmed nails, cleaned ears, and a full-body brush out. We top it off with a light scent, bow, or bandanna.
Our signature service! All the offerings of both the Splash and Dazzle and Neatened & Polished plus a full body clip tailored to the preference of the owner
Neatened & Polished
Our Neatened & Polished service adds a few luxury touches to the Splash 'n' Dazzle. It includes all the offerings of the Splash 'n' Dazzle with the addition of a face trim, cleaned up paws and pads, and a back-end trim.
Dog grooming is an important part of the care of your canine or feline friend. Depending on the breed, age, and health of the dog or cat, grooming may be a daily activity. Many breeds require significantly less grooming than this, but regular pet grooming helps to ensure your pet is healthy and comfortable. It is important to note that while many dogs shed, others (such as the Poodle), do not shed as profusely and require dog grooming by a professional every 6–8 weeks maximum.
When you have a cat, life doesn’t have to be gross. Cats don’t have to be dirty and smelly and matted and pelted and covered in icky things. There is a better way! It’s so easy. And for some reason, many cats owners have no idea how easy it is to have a clean, fluffy kitty, or that it’s even possible. Maybe this is because people think that cats groom themselves.
Cats grooming themselves? That is a total myth. Cats do not groom themselves. They lick. Grooming and licking are two entirely different things. One is the act of using products and tools to clean, neaten, clip, trim and set right. The other involves using the tongue to spread saliva around. Whether or not your cat is a short hair, medium hair or has lengthy locks doesn’t matter at all. Licking is licking. Gross is gross.
When a cat "grooms" she covers herself in saliva, ingests large amounts of shedding hair and then regurgitates it up on the kitchen floor in the form of a hairball. And on top of the cat spit all over your feline’s body, there are lots of germs and bacteria added from visits to the litter box or running about behind the toilet. Who wants to snuggle with Fluffy now? After all, she’s been "grooming" herself for years. Right?
It’s so easy to change that. Bath, blow dry, nail trim on a regular basis and done by someone who knows what they’re doing (i.e., a professional groomer who is trained to specifically work with felines and groom them to perfection).