Day at the Pet Spa

Grooming/Bath and Brush Program

Could your furry friend use a little primping?

Professional grooming is about so much more than just a pet who looks nice and smells good. Companion animals who are groomed regularly tend to be healthier overall. Regular grooming can also make it much more pleasant to live with your pet. That’s because many of the nuisances of pet ownership, such as dander and shedding, can be minimized or even eliminated completely.

Haiku Veterinary Clinic takes the external health of our patients seriously, which is why we’re so pleased to offer professional grooming services. This includes everything your companion needs to feel clean and fresh, such as:

  • Nail Trimming
  • Ear Cleaning
  • Bathing
  • Haircuts
  • Blowdrying

We currently have a bath and brush out program.  Our Animal Care Team members do everything our groomer does with the exception of the haircut .

If you don’t have the time, patience or expertise to groom your pet at home, why not bring them to us? We’ve got the skills, experience and gentle, compassionate touch to handle all of your pet’s grooming needs. Have a special request, such as a particular breed trim? Let’s talk about it and see if we can accommodate your needs.

When it comes to making your four-legged friend look and feel like royalty, we’ve got what it takes. Give us a call today to schedule your pet’s next grooming appointment and let us provide the pampering he or she deserves!

Pet Groomer

Growing up, Mindi was always surrounded by a wide variety of animals. She’s been caring for pets since she was young, so a career in the animal care field simply makes sense! Now she serves as one of Haiku Veterinary Clinic’s Pet Groomers.
Mindi’s veterinary career began when she was 15 and secured a job in a kennel. Since then, she’s worked in a variety of pet hospitals around the area. In September of 2012, she stopped into Haiku Veterinary Clinic and applied for a job. She’s been here ever since!
Creating original haircuts is one of Mindi’s favorite aspects of her job, as it gives her a chance to flex her creative side. She also likes to clean dogs’ dirty ears because she knows it makes them feel much better.
In her free time, Mindi likes spending time outdoors, particularly at the ocean. She’s also interested in plants, art, and music.

Baths & Brush Outs

Born and raised on Oahu, Bryson grew up with all types of animals – dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, turtles, tortoises, and fish!  Bryson’s experience of growing up with animals made him want to become a Veterinarian.  Bryson used to volunteer at Ohana Veterinary Hospital as a veterinary assistant and was taught how to care for patients and work in the lab.

Bryson currently has 2 fur babies- Joba an 8 year old MinPin/Terrier and Mana, a Chihuahua/Fox Terrier.  Joba was going to be sent to the humane society, but Bryson rescued him before that could happen.  Joba is now a loving and protective companion. Mana is a hyper, but very loving pup that was given to Bryson by his girlfriend for their one year anniversary. When Bryson isn’t at Haiku Veterinary Clinic, he is working out, playing with his pups, or hanging out with his friends.

Baths & Brush Outs