Canine Country Club re-opens in Cottonwood

Offers pet boarding and grooming

VVN/Philip Wright
Judy Owens, one of the owners of Canine Country Club, grooms a large dog in the grooming spa. The business provides boarding and grooming for dogs, cats, rabbits and birds.

VVN/Philip Wright Judy Owens, one of the owners of Canine Country Club, grooms a large dog in the grooming spa. The business provides boarding and grooming for dogs, cats, rabbits and birds.

Canine Country Club opened in March at 1461 E. Cherry St. in Cottonwood. Owners and managers are Judy Owens and Sandra Trautman.

The business specializes in boarding and grooming for dogs, cats, rabbits and birds. In addition to Owens and Trautman, Canine County Club has three employees, two groomers and an assistant manager.

Owens built the building and opened Canine Country Club 18 years ago. Then she sold the building, but she recently bought it back and reopened the business.

Owens and Trautman both have kennel experience. Owens has groomed animals in several states in the West, and Trautman ran a kennel for years in the East.

Owens said the groomers are very caring and are trained to be patient with the animals while providing a professional groom. She said that only comes from years of experience.

Grooming hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Boarding business is handled from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The business is open from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday and closed on Sunday.

Call (928) 639-1624.

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