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Kay Richmond
Kay and "Toy"
Hi, my name is Kay Richmond, founder and proud owner of Arizona’s Pet Stylist.

I started this company in November 2011 and in the past year we have grown to a company of three pet stylist, myself included, with a combined skill level of 30+ years in the grooming profession.

All that being said we are a team of dog and cat lovers who have dedicated ourselves to keeping your furry family members Stylin’.

Arizona’s Pet Stylist is a mobile pet grooming company that daily delivers spa treatments right outside your front door. No more worrying about how to get your elderly or larger pup or kitty cat to the groomer. We come to you!

We cater to and are experienced in all shapes, sizes, and hairstyles of the canine and feline family. We strive to stay up to date on the latest information involving you pets so you can feel secure, knowing your children (because we all treat them like our kids, me included) are in safe hands.  
All units are equipped with air conditioning and heat, water heaters, self sufficient power sources, and of course all the necessary equipment to make your pooch ready to show off.

All grooming visits, be it just a bath or a full on haircut, automatically include nails cut and filed, ears plucked and cleaned, anal glands expressed, teeth brushing, blueberry facial, and coat conditioner.




Please check below for pricing based on size and haircoat and feel free to check out our website for more information including video footage, slide shows, and to get to know your groomers better.


Full Grooms

·        Small Breeds: $55-65

·        Medium Breeds: $65-75

·        Large Breeds: $80-95

Bath and Tidy / Bath and Brush

·        Small short coated breeds: $35

·        Small medium to long coated breeds: $45

·        Medium breeds: $60-70

·        Large breeds: $70-95


·        Dry shave (without bath): $75

·        Haircut including bath: $90

·        Bath and brush only: $85

·        Brush out only: $45

Nails are $25 for the first pet and $7 for every pet after that unless we are already at your house in which case nails are $7 per pet.

 Arizona's Pet Stylist, Kay and Ashley are both Pet CPR and First Aid Trained and Certified! Feel better about leaving your pets in the hands of a trained professional!

Remember!  Click here to see Kay's Business Website where you can see more video footage and a slideshow of Kay's work.

Thank you pet friends! We look forward to grooming your pets!


Thank you for your continued Support of the Az Pet Professionals! Arizona's Preferred Network of Valley Pet Professionals! We work for YOU!

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