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!
Southbury, Connecticut. 06488
Reasons to Visit Pet Aesthetics Pets Salon:
Sundays & Mondays CLOSED
Tuesday thru Saturday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Evenings by Appointment
By Special Request
Tinting and Dyeing
Salon A' La Carte
Nails/Claws Trimmed $8.28
Nails/Claws Trimmed & Filed $12
De-Shed (Reduces Shedding) $15
Phone# if you wish us to Contact you
Pet Aesthetic Clients
Daphne, Coco, & Lulu
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Southbury, Connecticut. 06488
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
The Grateful Dog
Mary Ellen Walsh
Sue Begasse from Pet Aesthetics
Groom -A-Thon for Luck2Tuck
We celebrated 13th years in December, so we wanted to do something that would help give back to the Southbury Community. We have known the Gowen family for many years. We may not know Tucker or his siblings all that well, but we certainly have had the joy of working with Kimba, Kenzi, Churchill, Scudder, Sophie and Rugby through the years. Pet Aesthetics donated 100% of our grooming services from the Nov11th Groom A Thon and raised $3075.61 for the Luck2Tuck fund. A great BIG thanks!!! to all who helped and all who donated.
Susan Begasse Owner of Pet Aesthetics Hosted Cesar Millan's East Coast Debut The Dog Whisperer.
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.
Time to unpack the POUNDS
and go out and play!!!!
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Dealing with Thunderstorm Phobias
Spring is here and in addition to sunshine and summer fun comes thunderstorms.
For many dogs, thunderstorm phobias are a big problem. Changes in the barometric pressure, the loud crack of thunder, the sounds of wind and hard rain, and flashes of lightening can all cause fearful reactions. Panting, pacing, drooling, quivering, and trying to hide are some of the signs your dog has developed a fear of storms. In some cases, dogs who have no issues with storms develop a fear later in life. There are some things you can do if your dog is thunderstorm phobic.
- Maintain a cool and level head yourself. Use a cheerful voice, don’t act afraid, and don’t baby the dog.
- Even though you may not like your dog drooling on you and shedding large amounts of hair from stress, don’t show any signs of being upset with your dog.
- Reduce the sound of the storm by turning on the television or radio and moving to a room that is quiet.
- Try an activity that can distract your dog such as ball play or another favorite indoor activity.
- For many dogs who are afraid of storms, offering a safe “den like” place is a great solution. Cover the dog’s crate with a sheet, or give your dog access to a room with no windows such as a bathroom.
You can also use a CD of thunderstorm noises to desensitize your dog to storm sounds. Finally, in extreme cases where the dog can actually get hurt, it may be necessary to talk to your veterinarian about the possibility of medication.