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Brand New Salon

Hello! Welcome to our blog! We are a brand new grooming salon that provides services for both cats and dogs in Bon Air. We are located on Buford Road next to Buford Road Pharmacy. Since opening, we have received several questions from clients asking if we are affiliated with the salon that was previously here, Burroughs. We purchased the salon in November and since it has been cleaned, remodeled, and upgraded. The salon is under completely new ownership, new management, and we are in no way affiliated with Burroughs!
Our Salon has a completely open concept so that we can visually see your pet the whole time they are in our care. We take every precaution to guarantee safety, which is why we have cameras throughout our facility. We never use any type of heated dryers or enclosed crates. Unlike corporate salons, our main goal is to ensure safety, quality, and a more personable experience.

Our Story

Mr. Herbert Alexander, the owner of Bows & Bones Pet Grooming, opened the salon in April 2017 as a pet lover himself for his dog PowPow to have a safe place with quality groomers to ensure they have a pleasant experience. He had previously taken his dog to other corporate salons where he just never felt he had a pleasant, personable experience. Under Mr. Alexander, the store is also run by Manager/Lead Groomer, Willow (also known as Jay) who has 13 years experience in pet grooming and 10 years experience in running successful corporate salons. This salon was opened and is run by the philosophy that pets are treated like family, because that's what they are. We look forward to meeting you and your fur babies!


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