Experienced Groomers San Antonio
(210) 399-8585 / (830) 515-2555
We at Bluebonnet Grooming understand that your pet is a valued member of your family and we pride ourselves in being some of the best groomers in San Antonio, Angie’s List agrees and we believe you will too. Your pets’ safety and comfort are our top priority. We endeavor to provide you and your pet with top notch services at a competitive price as quality Groomers San Antonio. The owner has over 20 years of hands on experience and the staff is trained and equipped to help your pet look and feel their best. We employ top of the line products targeting the comfort and health of your pet from specialty shampoos and skin conditioners to services such as tooth brushing, nail grinding, hand scissoring, and dematting.
We invite you to browse our website where you will find additional information about us including hours of operation, services we offer, a featured discount coupon, a map to our store, and contact information as well as useful information and web links for your pet’s health, happiness and safety. So if you are looking for experienced pet groomers San Antonio, it is our hope you will make us your first call. We’re confident that if you do, you won’t feel a need to make another. Call us today to schedule an appointment!
With the spooky season coming our way it is important to practice pet safety. There are many attributes that can affect you and your pet this Halloween some are well known to most owners while others might come as a surprise to some. The biggest and most common danger around Halloween is the candies or more specifically the chocolates that the little ones get. Chocolate is both poisonous to cats and dogs so watch your dog closely if they are Trick-or-Treating with you and watch the cats at home with the candy you have inside your house. Some...read more
Animal cruelty cases in the news are becoming more and more prevalent every day, month, and year, On August 19th, the San Antonio Animal Care Services (ACS) reported one of the most horrific incidents of animal abuse they have ever been witness to. Rosie, a five-year-old pit bull, was the victim of hydrochloric acid burns that covered the entirety of her head and face. One of her ears is completely burned off, the other is permanently mutilated, and she is now blind in both eyes. Audra Houghton, the field operations supervisor and longtime...read more
Dog Flu (H3N8) was first diagnosed in Florida in 2004. This strain of the Flu is thought to have mutated from a similar Equine Flu (horses). Symptoms in your dog include, runny nose, coughing, fever, lethargy & loss of appetite. Dogs can exhibit all, just a few, or none of these symptoms depending on whether the flu is mild or severe. The more severe outbreak will exhibit higher fevers (104-106) and more dangerous complications including pneumonia. The Dog Flu is transmitted through direct contact with a sick pet, coughing & sneezing,...read more
You know that when summer rolls around and the kids are out of school it can be chaos around the house, especially if you have a dog San Antonio! We have a sure way to keep your children and pets happy and having fun together, even on a rainy day! Just take a look and you will see how both kids and pets can get their energy out by working and playing together. We are dog groomers San Antonio, so if you have other needs besides entertaining your kids and pets together, we are always here. First, you must gather together supplies. There...read more
Spear Grass & Pet Health San Antonio Have you ever let your pet prance through the tall grass to their hearts content? Did you ever see grass or burrs stuck in your dog’s coat? Did you try to pull it out or maybe there were too many that you just gave up. You may want to rethink everything, because a plant called spear grass can put your pet in major danger, affecting short and potentially long term pet health San Antonio in instances where it is not noted early. Spear grass is a grass that is commonly found in Texas, and does not pose...read more
Advice from a Groomer San Antonio If you are a dog owner, you know the dreaded phase of shedding. Take the advice of a great Dog Groomer San Antonio, and read on! Shedding is when a dog’s coat must replace itself in order to maintain the healthy and shiny coat you see. Yet, some months seem to be positively unbearable with hair everywhere! Surprisingly, the breed of dog tends to determine how much they will shed and can be closely tied to the time of year. Is Your Dog a “Groom Often” Pet? If you have a dog that needs to be...read more
Benefits of using San Antonio Groomers Year Round Many pet owners make the mistake of not visiting their San Antonio Groomer during the winter. They think that “It’s cold out. My pet will freeze if I get her groomed.” This is simply NOT true. Not bathing or grooming on a regular basis creates its own set of issues and can give rise to health problems. Neglected pets; never bathed or brushed during the cooler winter months, will often exhibit matting which can hide skin issues. Failure to inspect their pet’s skin and...read more
The Yorkshire Terrier, or Yorkie as they are more popularly called, originated in England. They became a fashionable pet to the upper classes in the late Victorian era, though they were originally owned by the working class, mainly weavers. With the fine texture of the Yorkie’s extremely long coat, many inferences were made to the origination of the breed being from the weaver’s looms. The earliest record of a Yorkshire Terrier in the USA was dated 1872. At that time there were two classes divided by weight, the “under 5...read more
While many people are smitten with poodles because of their fru-fru looks, few can tell you what poodles were originally bred for. Today they are known for being great lap dogs; they’re fluffy, soft, and all around sweet pups! In addition, many people are drawn to the breed because they are hypoallergenic. They do not shed and are relatively clean dogs if groomed on a regular basis. However, poodles weren’t always the little lap dogs that we know them to be today. Poodle breeds originally came from Germany (not France like many...read more