We offer several levels of grooming at Kremer Veterinary Services, ranging from a basic wash and dry to a complete day at the spa. All Kremer Veterinary Services groomers are certified by the National Dog Groomers Association of America (NDGAA).
Depending on the type of pet, we recommend grooming your pet every four to eight weeks. When scheduling an appointment, please choose from the options below:
Kennel Groom Package: $37.50
Includes bath, nail trim, anal gland expression, and ear cleaning.
Tubby Tuesday Package: $20.00
Tuesdays Only. Bath & nail trim for $20.
Professional grooming by Nicole: By Appointment Only
Includes bath, hair cut, brush out, nail trim, anal gland expression, ear cleaning, and a bandana or bows. Furminator Package can be added on for $15-25 additional. Oatmeal shampoo: $7 additional. Teeth brushing: $10 additional, Dremel Nails: $10 additional.
The Furminator Package
An add-on to our professional grooming, this package is perfect for our furriest friends. We use a special de-shedding shampoo and conditioner as part of a five-step process to reduce shedding by up to 80% when done on a regular basis! We use products which are gentle to your pet’s skin and contain omega-3s for added silkiness. This treatment concludes with a 30-45 minute brush-out with coat-appropriate, de-shedding brushes.
Vaccine requirements apply for our grooming services: rabies, distemper, bordetella, both strains of canine influenza, and a negative fecal test.
Help Save Pets was originally founded as the Humane Society of Plainfield in 2000. Since then we have placed over 11,000 animals into loving homes. Each one of these animals was given shelter, food, medical aid and vaccinations and time to find the right home. Our doctors mended mutilated limbs and cured many illnesses so that these animals could get a second chance at good lives. We have grown and now operate out of 6 locations, not all of them in Plainfield. In 2008, we changed our name from the Humane Society of Plainfield to Help Save Pets, still HSP.
Dr. Tony Kremer owns 6 veterinary hospitals in the Chicagoland area and one in Ohio. He is the founder of Help Save Pets, an animal shelter which has saved more than 11,000 pets since 2000. Dr. Tony’s knowledge, insight, and advice are shared regularly with major media outlets across the nation and in the third largest market. Dr. Tony is also a member of the Chicago Veterinary Medical Association Public Education Committee that routinely gets the word out about responsible pet ownership.