Pet Spa & Dog Grooming Dulles VA

odahwebpics 063At Old Dominion Animal Health Center, we believe that a pet that is healthy on the outside is happier and healthier on the inside too. Grooming not only makes your pet look and smell better, but it helps keep your pet’s skin healthy as well. We offer a broad range of grooming and spa services for both dogs and cats to help keep your pet looking and feeling their very best.

Our full-time groomers, Judy and Sue, share a combined 40 years of grooming experience, and our staff of friendly, knowledgeable grooming and bathing staff are ready to pamper your pet with a full range of services, including:

  • Professional dog and cat grooming for all shapes and sizes
  • Bathing and brushing
  • Ear cleaning
  • Dog and cat nail trims
  • Medicated bathing for flea, tick, and mite prevention/eradication
  • Pedicures with nail polish colors of your choice

Whether it’s a simple bath or a luxurious spa treatment, your pet will feel like royalty with us!

Fun in the tub at Old Dominion Animal Health Center

Fun in the tub at Old Dominion Animal Health Center


Immunization Requirements:

For the health and safety of all pets who are being groomed, and our staff, ODAH Center requires dogs to have had the following immunizations and one test: Rabies, Distemper, Leptospirosis, Bordetella, and both strains of the Canine Influenza Virus, H3N8 and H3N2. A fecal test must have been performed within the past year. If the Rabies, Leptospirosis or Distemper immunizations are not up to date by the time your pet arrives, an ODAH Center veterinarian must examine the dog while your pet is boarding, to ensure he is healthy enough to receive these immunizations before they are administered. A veterinarian examination is not required before administering the other required immunizations or to perform a fecal test.

For cats, Rabies and Feline Distemper (HCP or FVRCP) immunizations are required. Both of these immunizations require a veterinarian examination before they can be administered.

If your dog or cat has had some vaccines performed elsewhere, simply let us know where they have been done before you arrive: we will be happy to call your pet’s regular veterinarian and request a vaccine certificate to be sent to us.