Our spa will be closed on Monday’s for the immediate future.
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Pamper your pet at the Four Paws Spa.
Grooming is the best way to help your pet look and feel great. Four Paws Spa is proud to offer a complete range of grooming services for dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes.
The Hydro Massage
Starts with a 15-minute relaxation & aromatherapy session to help reduce stress and anxiety. Brushing out of coat up to 15 minutes. Appropriate professional shampoo & conditioner, dryer/fluff drying, trimming nails, cleaning and plucking of ears, and finished off with your choice of spritz cologne.
Upgrade Your Groom
Spa Maintenance (Trim Only) – +$16
Trimming of the face, feet, tummy, and tail!
The Spa Treatment (Full and Breed Specific) – +$21-25
Full haircut and style of choosing!
A La Cart Menu
Aromatherapy – $5
Personalized to meet individual needs, essential plant oils soothe, promote healthy skin and enhance emotional well-being; we use on the finest pure essential oils.
Fresh Facial – $9
Effectively removes dirt and tear stains and is naturally exfoliation.
Body Butter – $9
Conditions coat leaving it super silky and easy to brush through. Immerses coat in high levels of moisture to create an intense shine while strengthening. Helps control itching and irritation.
Paw Treatment – $11
This deep cleansing treatment helps to eliminate paw licking and fights fungus, bacteria, and germs that cause dogs irritation and itching. The paws will appear softer and smoother as this grapeseed blend replenishes the moisture.
Detoxifying Mud Mask – Small/Medium Dog $11
Detoxifying Mud Mask – Larger Breeds $21
An excellent treatment to keep your furry client’s skin healthy, rich in nourishment and hydration, with a natural light scent.
Teeth Brushing – $11
Nail Buffing – $21
Anal Gland Expression – $26
- Nail clipping
- Ear cleaning
- Deshedding treatments
- Hair and coat trimming
- Breed-specific grooming
- Scented treatments
Aside from the obvious cosmetic improvements, grooming also has many hygienic benefits. It is recommended that your pet is groomed every 4-6 weeks to avoid painful matting of the coat, ear infections, and parasite infestations.
- Promotes general cleanliness
- Decreases the possibility of many skin conditions
- Addresses seasonal fur removal
- Helps to spot potential health problems
- Removes dead fur, dirt and debris, making your pet more comfortable
Our salon professionals are experienced with all breed-specific requirements, allowing for customized grooming programs for each individual client.
Meet Our Groomers
Heather graduated from Destiny School of Pet Grooming in June 2008. She promptly started her career at Bear Brook Kennel in Brewer, Maine where she was head dog groomer for three years. She has been a part of Natick Animal Clinic’s family since 2012, working primarily in the clinic before returning to her original love – pampering your critters. Heather is owned by her two dogs, Misty and Sadie; two cats, Perdi and DaVinci; Archimedes the rat and an aquarium of fish.
Sheryl has been grooming dogs and cats for the past 16 years and has been a veterinary technician at Natick Animal Clinic for the past nine. While she can groom just about anything, she has a special love for cats, which is why she has 5 of her own: Bubba J. Kitty, Ferris, Iris, Rosie, and Sephora. When not grooming or teaching, she loves crafting and spending time on the cape with her husband and family.
Jenn started her career as a bather-brusher at a doggie daycare facility several years ago. After working an apprenticeship under a master groomer, she held the position of head groomer for the past five years before coming to the Four Paws Spa. Jenn has a love for nature and all animals, especially her own hound mix, Spyder. When she’s not grooming, Jenn and spyder can be found exploring the outdoors, paddleboarding or backpacking together.
Caroline has an extensive medical background spanning over a decade, working with both humans and animals. She started grooming livestock in the show ring in 2006 at Rutgers University. Caroline moved to dog grooming in 2008 and has truly found her passion. After her daughter graduated high school and started college, Caroline relocated to MA where she is ruled over by 4 cats and 2 dogs (all rescues or strays). In her spare time you can catch this avid movie buff in a theater with a bag of popcorn.