Worland- JaNeen, LaDonna and Kasey have over 26 combined years of experience grooming all sizes, many different breeds and hairstyles of dogs and cats, and occasionally guinea pigs and rabbits.
Rylee has recently been added to the lineup. She is our evening and weekend bather/groomer.
Are you looking for a friendly, safe environment for your family pet? Our Boarding facilities are built to give your dogs comforts that will make their stay with us enjoyable. The inside is climate controlled with air-conditioning and heating. All of our outdoor kennels and multiple play areas are on artificial turf which makes it enjoyable for the dogs through all types of weather and is convenient to clean and disinfect. The big play yards have toys for dogs to play with and a 6 foot fence to keep your dogs safe and secure.
We offer basic obedience training. We have several options available from board and train to drop off training.
Are you looking for a fun experience you can share with your dog? Our agility course is great for exercise, communication and bonding between you and your dog. We have a separate yard designed with agility obstacles with the idea of just having fun at an affordable price.
Flying A offers vaccines here at Countryside Grooming and Boarding. They are $22 per vaccine. We offer Walk-in Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm for vaccines and nail trims. If you can’t come then, call 347-6741 to make an appointment.
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
Depends on the length of hair and how much maintenance you want to do. The shorter you keep the hair, the less maintenance there is. If you want a longer style, you do need to brush in-between and come in more often.
Here is a guide:
Long coat 4-6 weeks (brush often between grooming)
Medium trim 6-8 weeks
Short trim 6-12 weeks.
We offer discounts for rescheduled appointments.
We let dogs out to play in yard one kennel at a time unless previously requested. So if you bring multiple dogs from the same household that stay in the same kennel they will all be allowed play in yard together.
It’s never too late to train your dog. It will take some work and some ‘stick to it’ but it can be done if you’re willing to work on it.