Grooming

Grooming Services:

We offer several levels of grooming at Animal Care Center of Plainfield, ranging from a basic wash and dry to a complete day at the spa. All Animal Care Center of Plainfield’s 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:

Grooming Specials:

Tubby Tuesday –

$20 Bath & Nail Trim with our kennel staff!

Wash N Dry Wednesday  –

Discounted Bath for $12.65 with our kennel staff!

**Will not be serviced by our groomer**

 

Grooming Vaccine Requirements:

Dogs – Rabies, Distemper w/Lepto, Canine Influenza, Bordatella & Negative fecal.

Cats – Rabies, Distemper & Negative fecal.

Meet Our Groomers!


Tracy

Tracy has been grooming since 2003. She graduated from Wisconsin School of Professional Pet Grooming. Tracy started working for Animal Care Center of Plainfield in September of 2014. Tracy’s favorite thing about the Grooming industry is having the ability to provide great care and education to pets and their families.Tracy’s Grooming specialties include; Schnauzers & hand scissoring. She also really enjoys doing all Terrier breeds. Tracy was inspired to go into this industry because she has such a love for dogs and wanting to transform them into healthy beautiful pets.

At home, Tracy has three dogs: Tess 13 year old Miniature Schnauzer, Groot 12 year old Yellow Lab, and Paco 8 year old Chihuahua. Tracy is happily married to her husband who shares the same love of the Blackhawks. Their entire wedding was even hockey themed! Tracy & her husband really enjoy traveling & going to dog events. Tracy’s hobbies include dog sports, swimming with Groot & doing therapy work. She has competited in Grooming Competitions with 1st place and 2nd place wins!


Alexis

Alexis has been working for Animal Care Center of Plainfield since August of 2017. She went to school at the Petsmart Academy for Grooming and graduated in 2014. Alexis’ favorite thing about the veterinary industry is seeing sick animals come in and leaving feeling so much better. She specifically enjoys helping severely matted animals as well as animals who are scared, helping them realize everything is okay! What inspired Alexis to go into the grooming industry is that huge transformation you see on the dogs and cats after their grooming. It gives her a big sense of pride and joy knowing she made that pet feel and look beautiful again.

 

At home, Alexis has two young cats Mac and Socks. Alexis’ very first child Sophia will be born in September of 2018. In her spare time, she enjoys watching the Chicago Cubs and hanging out with her family preferably outdoors.