Animal House Pet Grooming


Animal House Pet Grooming
Animal House Pet Grooming is listed in the Pet Grooming & Washing category in Topeka, Kansas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Animal House Pet Grooming which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Animal House Pet Grooming on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 69.

Contact information for Animal House Pet Grooming is:
4007 SW 21st St
Topeka, KS 66604
(785) 273-5151
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Stop in to see Dr. Blackwell today! We are taking walk-ins until 5:30.

This week is National Poison Prevention Week. Are you familiar with the items in your household that may be toxic to your pets? Here are a just a few of the many to watch out for!

Gage Animal Hospital shared Shared: Animals's video.
We all know dogs aren't the most graceful of creatures...but at least they have a good time!!
Amazing! 😂😂 Via: Fotos Frei Schnauze by Christian Vieler

Happy St. Patrick's Day! Do you have pictures of your furry friends in green?! We would love to see them!

Did you know that it is National Wildlife Week? Keep in mind that we do take in orphaned and injured wildlife. We will evaluate them to make sure they are healthy and they are sent with volunteer rehabilitators through the NE Kansas Wildlife Rescue. We can take these critters anytime during our normal business hours. We are already seeing a lot of baby squirrels, and the rest will soon follow. Keep your eyes open! Here is an article that we shared last year. It provides some basic tips on how to tell if an animal is orphaned or injured, and what you should do with them from there.
Found a baby wild animal who you think might need your help? First, make sure the animal is truly orphaned or injured. If the animal is in need of help, learn what to do and how to find a wildlife rehabilitator.