At Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital, we want your pet to look and feel their best inside and out! Our professional pet groomer, Kate McMahon can give your pet the necessary TLC in addition to alerting our team if she notices any issues while grooming your pet, allowing your furry friend to stay in tip top shape. For the health and safety of all pets in our care and our team, we require proof of vaccinations and a recent fecal test prior to your pet’s grooming appointment.
Call us at (908) 704-6700 today to schedule a grooming appointment for your pet at Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital!
Pet Grooming Services We Offer
Caring for your pet’s skin and coat are important parts of maintaining their health. Not only do they look good, but they feel even better when they receive regular grooming services. When you bring your companion to Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital, our pet groomer Kate uses top of the line products to ensure your pet receives the very best care during their grooming appointment with us. She can provide the following pet grooming services:
Shampoo • Massaging Bath & Blow Dry • Haircut • Nail Trimming or Filing • Ear Cleaning
Meet Our Expert Pet Groomer
Kate joined Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital in April 2013, bringing 30 years of experience in working with pets to our animal hospital. She will always put the individual needs of your companion first, while also considering any concerns from pet parents as well. Her goal is to help pets look and feel their best while also alerting our staff to any possible health problems if necessary. The care of your pet’s fur coat is an essential part of maintaining their overall wellness, and Kate provides stylish and easy to maintain grooms for pet parents’ convenience.
Kate enjoys working at Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital because of the staff’s genuine care for the animals we treat. “Aside from our hospital being a beautiful state-of-the-art facility, everyone’s attitude is very friendly and helpful. Our staff truly cares for each pet that walks through our doors,” Kate says. Her favorite part of pet grooming is making “works of art” out of scruffy fur and offering particular attention to senior pets. Kate showed and bred Maine Coon cats for 20 years and has always held cat rescue close to her heart. She shares her home with six feline friends and when she is not working, enjoys spending time with her cats, making wire and beaded jewelry, and reading.