We are committed to creating a loving, clean, comfortable environment for your pet, while providing top-notch grooming services. In business since 2007
''So glad I found this place! The groomers give such tender loving care, and my dog gets the cutest teddy bear cut every time. Very pleased with Brush, Bath and Beyond!''
- Jill Jones
Our work is appreciated by hundreds of people who trust us with their pets.
When you book with us, rest assured your pet (Dog and or Cat) will be loved and very well taken care of. We pride ourselves in our service. We are here for you and your pet.
We are professionally trained and certified.
As a member of the Utah Professional Pet Groomers Association, Inc., I pledge to treat all animals entrusted in my care with kindness, patience, respect and compassion, and place their welfare above all else, ensuring their safety, health and well being.
Certification is the standardized method to obtain professional recognition for those pet groomers whose knowledge, techniques and abilities have been tested and thereby Certified as having met the high standards set forth by the National Dog Groomers Association of America certification program.
The AKC Safety in the Salon course, which is the core of the AKC S.A.F.E. Grooming Certification Program (Safety, Assurance, Fundamentals, Education), covers best practices focusing on pet care, health and safety, and provides vital information on safety measures and protocols within the grooming facility. Topics include accident avoidance, pet and zoonotic disease awareness, sanitation and how to handle special cases
CPR And First Aid For Your Pets: class includes CPR techniques, first aid skills, health care and wellness information for dogs and cats.
"International Society of Canine Cosmetologists" Known for its high standards in both education and certification, ISCC has pioneered programs that have introduced concepts, techniques and methods that have innovated the Pet Grooming and Styling Profession.
As a certification association for cat groomers, the National Cat Groomers Institute set the standards for cat grooming within the pet grooming industry. Certification drives groomers to provide the highest level of care and service and also assures clients that their beloved pets are in good hands.
Here at Brush, Bath and Beyond continuing education is extremely important to us. We spend an entire day monthly-quarterly learning new techniques and styles from world class teachers in the grooming industry
Come see why we are the best in Utah!
Dogs and Cats Welcome!
Prices are not fixed, but instead are carefully calibrated based on your pet's condition, size, and hair length. Brush, Bath and Beyond focuses simply on making sure your pet looks clean and tidy, but also on animal well being, ensuring that your furry friend feel relaxed after each expert spa treatment.
What Is Included?
ALL pet grooming prices include the following: bath, fluff dry, brushing, nail trim, ear cleaning, feet & sanitary clip and fragrance spray.
If you have questions or you would like an estimate, please send us a text.
Bountiful - 801-682-6634 OR SLC - 801-463-4648
Please TEXT one of our 2 locations for cat grooming.
Brush, Bath and Beyond will not groom pets that exhibit aggressive behaviors or those that have been turned away by other groomers/kennels/vets etc. for aggressive behaviors.
For the safety of the groomer, please be honest about your pets prior behavior. Failure to do so will result in denial of future services.
Lets Talk About Your Cat
This is our standard grooming service for all kitties. Regular grooms of every 4-8 weeks (depending on the cat’s needs) prevent matting, hairballs, excessive shedding, in-grown toenails, litter box leftovers and even ear and eye issues. It includes:
Is your cat shedding up a storm? Let us help! This de-shed groom gently removes excessive dead coat and can eliminate up to 80% of shedding at home if repeated every 6-8 weeks. Includes everything in Clean & Combed Out plus additional hair removal without affecting the length of the cat’s coat. A great option for mild to moderate allergy sufferers!
This “short and fluffy” Teddy Bear trim is preferable for older or more particular cats who are not candidates for the shorter Lion Cut trim. Less hair, but leaves the cat with a cute teddy bear style look. Includes everything in the Clean & Combed Out groom, plus a haircut leaving approximately ½-¾ of an inch of hair. Tail can be left full or trimmed in a pom pom style.
You want the hair GONE. We totally get it! This trim is quite close to the skin, only leaving a moderate mane, hair below the front elbows, rear hock bone and either a full tail or a pom pom style. Lion cuts are a great option for both short and long-haired healthy, adult cats to prevent matting or reduce shedding.
*Prices will vary assuming the cat has minimal to no clumps, knots or tangles. Cats that are matted will be quoted additional fees during check-in based on the time required to safely remove them. Severe or large areas of matting will require a Lion Cut for the cat’s comfort. A more accurate price can be provided once the groomer evaluates the cat’s condition and personality. Cats with certain medical or stress-related conditions may be referred to a veterinarian for a sedated groom or monitoring for your cat's safety.
For cats needing a Lion Cut for severe mat removal, pricing is higher for the initial appointment. This is to help promote healthy hair growth, check and trim nails to an appropriate length and to discuss future grooming schedule and services that will prevent mats from returning and to keep your cat in the best shape possible.
Are you having trouble with your cat's sharp nails scratching and causing damage? We have the solution! nail caps are small, vinyl caps that cover the sharp tips of your cat's nails. They are still able to extend, grasp and make natural movements while wearing the nail caps. Nail caps can be applied in addition to any grooming service, while boarding or scheduled as a stand alone appointment.
Every nail cap application includes trimming all nails, and removing any old nail caps. We recommend replacing nail caps every 4-6 weeks, maximum 8 weeks to prevent any discomfort.
Lets Talk About Your Dog
Leave it to Brush, Bath and Beyond to provide the trim your cat or dog needs between styles (especially for certain furry breeds)! We can trim up around the eyes and face so your pet feels comfortable year-round.
Part of the benefit in working with us is that we are Certified Groomers so we know how to style your pet based on their unique breed. Whether you have a poodle in need of a iconic style or a plush, Himalayan cat, we can expertly groom them with ease!
Have you noticed your pet shedding more than normal? Particularly during the change of seasons? Then book an appointment with Brush, Bath and Beyond for a de-shedding treatment! With a specialized brushing technique and product, we restore your pet's coat in one session!
We can help get your pet squeaky clean with our bathing and brushing services! This is a cleaning session your pets are sure to love even if they typically hate baths!
Often times oral hygiene is overlooked when it comes to your pets. Let our groomer expertly brush your pet's teeth to promote cleanliness and fresh breath!
At Brush, Bath and Beyond, we work with both dogs and cat of every size and breed! If you have certain requests for your pet's grooming session, please feel free to let us know!
Passionate Pet Salon With A Positive Grooming Experience!
Bountiful Location: (801) 682-6634
Brush Bath And Beyond
445 S 100 W Bountiful, Utah 84010
SLC Location: (801) 463-4648
Brush Bath And Beyond
40 E 1300 South Salt Lake City 84115
Salt Lake City Location
Q: Do you do teeth cleaning?
A: We do teeth brushing and breath freshening treatments. If your pet has a great deal of plaque on their teeth and your pet's gums are red and irritated, then you need to take your pet to a veterinarian.
Q: Do you sedate the animals?
A: No, we do not sedate the animals. If your pet is prone to stress or aggression, then you will need to have your pet sedated by a veterinarian.
Q: How often should my pet be groomed?
A: That depends on the type/condition of your pet's coat but a general time frame is anywhere between 4 and 8 weeks. Many people have their pet groomed every other week or even every week.
Q: How long will it take to groom my pet?
A: Grooming time depends on many factors: the breed of pet, their coat condition and the type of style you want are just a few. Your groomer can estimate the time needed when they see your pet.