My name is Anneka Ash. I am the Owner/Operator of Parkway Pawlor, LLC. My career in the grooming industry has spanned over 14 years. I can guarantee you that your pets will be professionally styled and treated with the same love and affection that I give my own pets.
The Parkway Pawlor van is a state of the art mobile grooming vehicle. The mobile experience offers you the utmost in comfort and convenience. All of Anneka’s services will be performed inside of the vehicle and is self contained with its own water and power supply.
Upon arrival, the Pawlor’s services start out with a hydro-massaging warm bath using only premium products. The pet is then fluff dried, styled to your preferences, and given a nail trim. Anneka also offers a variety of finishing touches to give your pet the ultimate relaxing spa experience.
The Pawlor provides a fun, safe and stress free experience for your pet while offering convenience, reliability, and a wide variety of services to you. Anneka strives to accommodate your busy schedule and guarantees that your pet will always look and feel great!
The Pawlorazzi // Take a look at some of the photos below. You may even see one of you or your furry friend. I really think that a visit to my salon makes your pets feel fresh and confident. The photos are filtered so just click on the gallery that you would like to view. Enjoy!
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Did you know that your dogs and cats are just like you when it comes to the importance of dental health? Surprisingly enough, many pet owners overlook just how important a dental treatment is when they get their pets groomed. You may ask yourself, how can I tell if my dog or cat has dental issues? Usually a good indication is the obvious one… The occurrence of bad breath. Unfortunately, that isn’t always an accurate method of determining a possible issue.
To get an idea if your pet has a dental problem I suggest checking:
Now that you know what to look for, what can you do to prevent your pets dental issues?
Neglecting this important part of your petss health can result in deadly diseases to their liver, kidneys and heart. It may be some extra work, but isn’t a loved member of your family worth it?
Hello Everybody! I just wanted to take some time to tell everybody about my fancy new mobile grooming van. You may have already noticed it at the top up the website with Rocky. I like to call it my pet spa on wheels! The new truck is very spacious, and there really is nothing like the “new grooming vehicle” smell. I’m looking forward to giving everyone tours of the grooming area and showing off all of the new equipment that I will be using on their beloved dogs and cats.
In case you have never heard of this method of pet care, I have listed my “Top 5 Benefits of Mobile Pet Grooming” for you to consider before you go to your current salon.
Well, would you look at that? 5 reasons to pick of the phone and give me a call! I understand if you’re already booked for your next appointment, just think about the Parkway Pawlor when you are packing up your dirty pet into your clean car.The summer grooming season is filling up quickly, make sure that you call me soon at 913-302-6622 to set up your next grooming appointment!
Summer is just around the corner. Along with the opening of the local swimming pool, the last day of school and the sound of the local ice cream truck, the warm weather delivers flea season to our pets and eventually our living areas. The unusually warm winter and bizarre steamy days of early spring that the Kansas City area experienced was a special treat to some of us. Unfortunately, the weather has jump started our flea season.
A majority of pet parents don’t realize it, but a year-round monthly application is necessary to stay on top of these nasty parasites. The leading brand names Advantage®, Advantix® and Frontline® are usually available at your pets veterinary clinic. Although it sounds easy, even with the diligent monthly applications of flea preventatives, the Parkway Pawlor still receives calls from pet owners with flea problems.
Your pet licking and biting at areas on their body with raised pink dots in clusters is often a sign suggesting that fleas, larvae and/or eggs has set up camp. To combat these unwelcome parasites, the Parkway Pawlor applies an appropriate flea shampoo to obstruct the reproduction cycle of the fleas and eradicate adult fleas that exist. Unfortunately, this is only the first step in fighting off these parasites. The second stage of this battle against fleas will take place in any living ares that may be infested. Just think, for every flea found on your pet, there are even more reproducing in your home.
Treating your home will involve using hazardous foggers or spray insecticides. These products will be needed to kill the eggs that are lurking in your furry friend has been laying around. These areas include carpet, bedding, and upholstery. If your pet is both an indoor and outdoor animal, another good idea is to treating the outside property. Outdoors, you need to treat only flea breeding sites such as bedding areas, the ground under decks and shrubbery, and wherever pets spend a lot of time. Well maintained lawns in sunny sites are unlikely to harbor many fleas.
Don’t ignore the signs of an infestation. The earlier you jump on the problem the easier (and cheaper) it is to treat. Give me a call at 913-302-6622, and we will come up with a plan to stay on top of these nuisances that make both you and your pet miserable. Have a great summer!