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Pet Styling by Gerianne

Posted on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 1:52 am

The holidays are finally upon us and Pet Styling by Gerianne is your premier groomer in the Four Corners area to beautify your fur kid for the holidays! Gerianne has close to 30 years experience in pet grooming. She finds herself a bit of a perfectionist.
Your pet’s “spa day” will include a high quality shampoo, your desired haircut design, ears cleaned, nails clipped, anal glands expressed (if needed), and finally that special “foo-foo and fluff,” all in a relaxing environment. Your furry family member won’t be caged up all day long. PSBG wants a stress free environment for your fur kids as I would for my own. One-on-one attention is given to all pets. For those higher need animals PSBG offers fresh breath therapy.
Gerianne loves putting her scissoring skills to work to create that awesome look for your pooch. PSBG invites those pooches that only need a touch up in between mini grooms as well. So give Gerianne a call or Facebook message to book your holiday spa appointment now. Tis the season and we book up fast. Come meet my newest family member, Miss Brisket (pictured above).
At PSBG you will find dental products available for purchase. PSBG is in constant contact with the local veterinarians in our area to protect your pet’s health and well-being.
PSBG is located two miles east of Hwy 27 on Hwy 192, half way between Kissimmee, Clermont and Davenport, and about six miles from Disney’s front door.
If you are looking for the most experienced, caring and comprehensive care for your dog or cat Gerianne can be reached by liking her on facebook.com/petstylingbygerianne. You may also visit the website www.floridadoggrooming or call 407-238-5794. New customers who LIKE my Facebook page will receive $5 off a full grooming when an appointment is made. Just mention when making the appointment. Hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (sorry closed weekends).
In loving memory of all my customers’ fur babies that have gone to the Rainbow Bridge this year, all will be forever missed.