Adams Farm Animal Hospital believes regular grooming helps keep your pet clean and comfortable. Pet groomers are not only trained to help make your pet look his or her best, they are also trained to watch for any potential health issues including fleas, ticks, lumps under the skin, rashes, or other problems that could be potentially harmful to your pet.
In an effort to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all animals, we require all dogs be current on their rabies, distemper, Parvo, and Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccinations, and be free of internal and external parasites. Cats must be current on their rabies and distemper vaccinations and be free from fleas and intestinal parasites. Our goal is to make sure everyone stays safe and healthy.
Meet Our Groomers…
As a lifelong animal lover, owner and rescuer, Marianne decided to embark on a second career after 20 years in the Mental Health Care field. In 2013 she started a pet sitting and dog walking service and in 2014 she attended Nanhall’s to study dog grooming. Marianne has been working at Adams Farm Animal Hospital, P.A. since 2015…but has been a client for 23 years!!! Has a Jack Russell Terrier named Jack and 19 cats!