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Welcome to Oh My Dog! Pet Grooming


Your Groomer in Kaysville UT
Call us at (801) 690-9047

If you live in Kaysville or the surrounding area and need a trusted groomer to care for your pets – look no further. Welcome to Oh My Dog!

We are committed to providing a high quality service to pamper your pooch at affordable prices!

All dog sizes and breeds are welcomed!

We believe your pooch should receive everything it needs. We have been offering professional pet grooming in Davis County for the last 3 years.

Your pet will feel safe and secure and will receive only the very best service. You can rest assured that your pet will feel right at home at Oh My Dog! Pet Grooming

Not sure what style you prefer? Let our professional groomers recommend the right one for you and your pooch!

For more information about us or to schedule an appointment, feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you soon.




Oh My Dog! Pet Grooming | (801) 690-9047
245 W 200 N
Kaysville, UT 84037

Grooming Hours

Monday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-7:00 PM

Wednesday:

9:00 AM-7:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 AM-7:00 PM

Friday:

9:00 AM-7:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 AM-3:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

  • Kristy

    Kristy is the founder of Oh My Dog! Pet Grooming Her love of animals brought her to this journey in life. Her dreams were never to own a business, but after going on her honeymoon she knew that is what she wanted! She has been grooming for over 10 years, mainly in corporate salons. This is how she knew she didn't want to have dogs locked in cages for hours. She had to have a salon that was different!

  • Sarah

    Sarah has been with Oh My Dog! Pet Grooming since 2014. She has over 10 years experience in the animal industry. She owns 5 dogs, a bird, several reptiles and snakes. If you have a question about an animal, she will know it!

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See What our Happy Customers have to Say!

  • "I have been having Kristy groom my dogs for 5+years & she is phenomenal. I would not take my pups anywhere else."
    Mikelle L.
  • "It only let me rate this a 5 star service. I would rate higher than 5! We love Oh My Dog pet grooming! I appreciate the care that Kristy gives my dogs, and they always come back looking so fancy and well taken care of from the salon."
    Bonnie B.
  • "We have been taking our Airedale to chain-store groomers for the past 6 years and I'm so glad we found Oh My Dog after moving to the area! Not only did they have our pooch done and ready to come home after only 1.5 hrs (he would spend 6 hrs at the chain store groomers) but he also looked great! They were friendly and knew the specifics for what an Airedale should be groomed to look like. We will be a returning customer and recommending them to others!"
    Erica
  • "It was nice to know my fur baby wasn't going to be left alone in a kennel before or after her beauty treatment. My wants and concerns were discussed and my expectations were met. The price was very reasonable, especially considering the extra attention she received."
    Gayle

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