At Pet Aesthetics, Southbury CT., we enhance the beauty and well-being of your pet with a caring, holistic approach to grooming and health in a pet-centered environment.
Come in for our Salon Experience or to Shop our Retail Boutique full of unique treats, toys, and products to pamper your special pets! 
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134 Main Street South
Southbury, Connecticut. 06488
(203) 267-7297
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Tuesday thru Saturday
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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Scissor Cuts
Tinting and Dyeing
Hand Stripping

Salon A' La Carte
Ears $4
Nails/Claws Trimmed $8.28
Nails/Claws Trimmed & Filed $12
De-Shed (Reduces Shedding) $15

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Daphne, Coco, & Lulu 
recently featured on the 
cover of American Dog, 
Spring 2009

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134 Main Street South
Southbury, Connecticut. 06488
203-267-7297
Pet Aesthetics Salon & Boutique
  • Routine Pet grooming will keep your pet feeling and looking its best. 
  • Pet Grooming  is often where your pet's medical issues are first discovered. 
  • We can alert you to problems such as ear infections, parasites, skin irritations or growths. 
  • Pet Grooming removes dead skin cells and keeps the coat shiny while stimulating the production of natural skin oils. 
  • Regular pet grooming greatly reduces shedding in your home. 
  • We can assist you on how to keep your pet free of fleas and ticks. 
  • Pet Nail trimming is essential to your pet's health and comfort when walking and to help prevent numerous other health problems. 
  • Keeping the hair out of the ears and around the face and eyes of your pet will reduce irritation and infections
PePet Aesthetics Pets Salon rates are determined based on the breed of your dog, the cut you request, and the condition of the coat.  Exact pricing may not be available until we see the condition and size of your pet. However, please feel free to call us for an estimate, 203.267.7297
Radio Show, 
The Grateful Dog 
with Host
Mary Ellen Walsh
Guest Speaker
Sue Begasse from Pet Aesthetics
Susan Begasse Owner of Pet Aesthetics Hosted Cesar Millan's East Coast Debut The Dog Whisperer. 
hotdog eating contest
The results are in for the 4th Annual Leo's Restaurant Hot Dog Eating Contest. Mac and Team Pet Aesthetics raised $1303.00 for Special Olympics. This year's event raised $2036.00 We greatly appreciate everyone who donated and came out to cheer on the contestants. Our clients and friends are the best and we were thrilled to surpass our goal of $1250.00 Check out Mac's video. 

Coat & Toy Drive
How to Keep Dog Warm in Winter
It's important to know how to keep dog warm in winter. If it's below freezing, any dog, even with a thick coat, shouldn't be outside for any length of time. Also remember that the smaller the dog and the shorter the dog's hair, the more vulnerable the dog is to cold weather.

Keep your pet dry and away from drafts. Gently towel or blow-dry your dog if he gets wet from rain or snow. Make sure your pets have blankets or pads on cold floors.

Grooming
Your dog's coat provides natural insulation against the elements. Keep your dog's coat brushed and free of mats and burrs. Trim the hair between the foot pads to help prevent ice balls from forming. Regular grooming helps ensure proper body temperature during the winter months.

Food and Water
Some dogs, especially those kept outside, require extra food during the winter months. Discuss these nutritional needs with your veterinarian or pet professional. If your dog is kept outside, make sure that he has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Snow and ice are not appropriate for hydration. Be careful to make sure that the dog's water has not frozen over.

Outdoor Dogs
If your dog lives primarily outside, make sure you get him a good quality shelter. Many pet supply stores and online manufacturers make great quality dog houses in a variety of styles for every budget. Find one that will help keep wind, rain, and snow away from your dog. Make sure that the opening to the dog house does not face the wind. 

You also want to lay down straw or provide a bed or several blankets to help protect your dog from the frozen ground. Change the straw and/or bedding periodically. Blankets and beds can get wet. Straw, when wet, can get moldy. Moldy straw can lead to upper respiratory and skin infections. 

Some people like to provide heat to their outside dog houses. Do not use heating pads or space heaters with electrical cords. Your dog can chew through the cords, causing a hazardous accident. If you choose to provide heat to an outdoor dog house, have it done professionally. Some pet stores offer heated beds that contain a disc that can be heated in the microwave or with hot water.

A Waterproof Insulated Dog Blanket is another way of how to keep dog warm. 
With Bazinga and Sadie

It's important to know how to keep dog warm in winter. If it's below freezing, any dog, even with a thick coat, shouldn't be outside for any length of time. Also remember that the smaller the dog and the shorter the dog's hair, the more vulnerable the dog is to cold weather.

Keep your pet dry and away from drafts. Gently towel or blow-dry your dog if he gets wet from rain or snow. Make sure your pets have blankets or pads on cold floors.

Grooming
Your dog's coat provides natural insulation against the elements. Keep your dog's coat brushed and free of mats and burrs. Trim the hair between the foot pads to help prevent ice balls from forming. Regular grooming helps ensure proper body temperature during the winter months.

Food and Water
Some dogs, especially those kept outside, require extra food during the winter months. Discuss these nutritional needs with your veterinarian or pet professional. If your dog is kept outside, make sure that he has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Snow and ice are not appropriate for hydration. Be careful to make sure that the dog's water has not frozen over.

Outdoor Dogs
If your dog lives primarily outside, make sure you get him a good quality shelter. Many pet supply stores and online manufacturers make great quality dog houses in a variety of styles for every budget. Find one that will help keep wind, rain, and snow away from your dog. Make sure that the opening to the dog house does not face the wind. 

You also want to lay down straw or provide a bed or several blankets to help protect your dog from the frozen ground. Change the straw and/or bedding periodically. Blankets and beds can get wet. Straw, when wet, can get moldy. Moldy straw can lead to upper respiratory and skin infections. 

Some people like to provide heat to their outside dog houses. Do not use heating pads or space heaters with electrical cords. Your dog can chew through the cords, causing a hazardous accident. If you choose to provide heat to an outdoor dog house, have it done professionally. Some pet stores offer heated beds that contain a disc that can be heated in the microwave or with hot water.

A Waterproof Insulated Dog Blanket is another way of how to keep dog warm. 
It's important to know how to keep dog warm in winter. If it's below freezing, any dog, even with a thick coat, shouldn't be outside for any length of time. Also remember that the smaller the dog and the shorter the dog's hair, the more vulnerable the dog is to cold weather.

Keep your pet dry and away from drafts. Gently towel or blow-dry your dog if he gets wet from rain or snow. Make sure your pets have blankets or pads on cold floors.

Grooming
Your dog's coat provides natural insulation against the elements. Keep your dog's coat brushed and free of mats and burrs. Trim the hair between the foot pads to help prevent ice balls from forming. Regular grooming helps ensure proper body temperature during the winter months.

Food and Water
Some dogs, especially those kept outside, require extra food during the winter months. Discuss these nutritional needs with your veterinarian or pet professional. If your dog is kept outside, make sure that he has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Snow and ice are not appropriate for hydration. Be careful to make sure that the dog's water has not frozen over.

Outdoor Dogs
If your dog lives primarily outside, make sure you get him a good quality shelter. Many pet supply stores and online manufacturers make great quality dog houses in a variety of styles for every budget. Find one that will help keep wind, rain, and snow away from your dog. Make sure that the opening to the dog house does not face the wind. 

You also want to lay down straw or provide a bed or several blankets to help protect your dog from the frozen ground. Change the straw and/or bedding periodically. Blankets and beds can get wet. Straw, when wet, can get moldy. Moldy straw can lead to upper respiratory and skin infections. 

Some people like to provide heat to their outside dog houses. Do not use heating pads or space heaters with electrical cords. Your dog can chew through the cords, causing a hazardous accident. If you choose to provide heat to an outdoor dog house, have it done professionally. Some pet stores offer heated beds that contain a disc that can be heated in the microwave or with hot water.

A Waterproof Insulated Dog Blanket is another way of how to keep dog warm. 
It's important to know how to keep dog warm in winter. If it's below freezing, any dog, even with a thick coat, shouldn't be outside for any length of time. Also remember that the smaller the dog and the shorter the dog's hair, the more vulnerable the dog is to cold weather.

Keep your pet dry and away from drafts. Gently towel or blow-dry your dog if he gets wet from rain or snow. Make sure your pets have blankets or pads on cold floors.

Grooming
Your dog's coat provides natural insulation against the elements. Keep your dog's coat brushed and free of mats and burrs. Trim the hair between the foot pads to help prevent ice balls from forming. Regular grooming helps ensure proper body temperature during the winter months.

Food and Water
Some dogs, especially those kept outside, require extra food during the winter months. Discuss these nutritional needs with your veterinarian or pet professional. If your dog is kept outside, make sure that he has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Snow and ice are not appropriate for hydration. Be careful to make sure that the dog's water has not frozen over.

Outdoor Dogs
If your dog lives primarily outside, make sure you get him a good quality shelter. Many pet supply stores and online manufacturers make great quality dog houses in a variety of styles for every budget. Find one that will help keep wind, rain, and snow away from your dog. Make sure that the opening to the dog house does not face the wind. 

You also want to lay down straw or provide a bed or several blankets to help protect your dog from the frozen ground. Change the straw and/or bedding periodically. Blankets and beds can get wet. Straw, when wet, can get moldy. Moldy straw can lead to upper respiratory and skin infections. 

Some people like to provide heat to their outside dog houses. Do not use heating pads or space heaters with electrical cords. Your dog can chew through the cords, causing a hazardous accident. If you choose to provide heat to an outdoor dog house, have it done professionally. Some pet stores offer heated beds that contain a disc that can be heated in the microwave or with hot water.

A Waterproof Insulated Dog Blanket is another way of how to keep dog warm. 
It's important to know how to keep dog warm in winter. If it's below freezing, any dog, even with a thick coat, shouldn't be outside for any length of time. Also remember that the smaller the dog and the shorter the dog's hair, the more vulnerable the dog is to cold weather.

Keep your pet dry and away from drafts. Gently towel or blow-dry your dog if he gets wet from rain or snow. Make sure your pets have blankets or pads on cold floors.

Grooming
Your dog's coat provides natural insulation against the elements. Keep your dog's coat brushed and free of mats and burrs. Trim the hair between the foot pads to help prevent ice balls from forming. Regular grooming helps ensure proper body temperature during the winter months.

Food and Water
Some dogs, especially those kept outside, require extra food during the winter months. Discuss these nutritional needs with your veterinarian or pet professional. If your dog is kept outside, make sure that he has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Snow and ice are not appropriate for hydration. Be careful to make sure that the dog's water has not frozen over.

Outdoor Dogs
If your dog lives primarily outside, make sure you get him a good quality shelter. Many pet supply stores and online manufacturers make great quality dog houses in a variety of styles for every budget. Find one that will help keep wind, rain, and snow away from your dog. Make sure that the opening to the dog house does not face the wind. 

You also want to lay down straw or provide a bed or several blankets to help protect your dog from the frozen ground. Change the straw and/or bedding periodically. Blankets and beds can get wet. Straw, when wet, can get moldy. Moldy straw can lead to upper respiratory and skin infections. 

Some people like to provide heat to their outside dog houses. Do not use heating pads or space heaters with electrical cords. Your dog can chew through the cords, causing a hazardous accident. If you choose to provide heat to an outdoor dog house, have it done professionally. Some pet stores offer heated beds that contain a disc that can be heated in the microwave or with hot water.

A Waterproof Insulated Dog Blanket is another way of how to keep dog warm. 
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It's important to know how to keep dog warm in winter. If it's below freezing, any dog, even with a thick coat, shouldn't be outside for any length of time. Also remember that the smaller the dog and the shorter the dog's hair, the more vulnerable the dog is to cold weather.

Keep your pet dry and away from drafts. Gently towel or blow-dry your dog if he gets wet from rain or snow. Make sure your pets have blankets or pads on cold floors.

Grooming
Your dog's coat provides natural insulation against the elements. Keep your dog's coat brushed and free of mats and burrs. Trim the hair between the foot pads to help prevent ice balls from forming. Regular grooming helps ensure proper body temperature during the winter months.

Food and Water
Some dogs, especially those kept outside, require extra food during the winter months. Discuss these nutritional needs with your veterinarian or pet professional. If your dog is kept outside, make sure that he has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Snow and ice are not appropriate for hydration. Be careful to make sure that the dog's water has not frozen over.

Outdoor Dogs
If your dog lives primarily outside, make sure you get him a good quality shelter. Many pet supply stores and online manufacturers make great quality dog houses in a variety of styles for every budget. Find one that will help keep wind, rain, and snow away from your dog. Make sure that the opening to the dog house does not face the wind. 

You also want to lay down straw or provide a bed or several blankets to help protect your dog from the frozen ground. Change the straw and/or bedding periodically. Blankets and beds can get wet. Straw, when wet, can get moldy. Moldy straw can lead to upper respiratory and skin infections. 

Some people like to provide heat to their outside dog houses. Do not use heating pads or space heaters with electrical cords. Your dog can chew through the cords, causing a hazardous accident. If you choose to provide heat to an outdoor dog house, have it done professionally. Some pet stores offer heated beds that contain a disc that can be heated in the microwave or with hot water.

A Waterproof Insulated Dog Blanket is another way of how to keep dog warm.