Welcome to AZ Pet Stylist, 
Your Personal Expert Trusted Stylists.

Call 480-326-5298 to book an appointment today!

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Please keep in mind that we tend to remain booked 1-2 weeks in advance.

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Our pets are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole. They make us laugh and give us great joy. The are dependable and loyal and have a lot to teach us too. At Arizona's Pet Stylist we understand that our animals are a part of the family. That is why this company takes a step above and beyond your routine grooming. The welfare of the pet always comes first when it comes to AZ Pet Stylist and you can rest assured that your pet will receive the most caring, educated, and personal service out there.We are your full service mobile pet grooming shop and have set our sights on establishing lasting relationships with all customers who come across our path, cat, dog, and human.

Furthermore, we come to you! You will never have to load your canine/feline friend into the car and leave him/her at the groom shop for hours again.

We offer mobile pet grooming over the Southeast Valley. 


We Proudly Service:
Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, Apache Junction, Tempe, Sun Lakes, Ahwatukee and Surrounding Foothills, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Southeast Phoenix, Fountain Hills, Paradise Valley, and South Scottsdale.


We provide mobile cat & dog grooming. 
All of our mobile dog grooming services whether Bath and Brush or a Full Groom include:

  • Blueberry Facial
  • Basic Teeth Cleaning
  • Nail Trimming and Filing
  • Ear Cleaning with the option of Plucking *Ear plucking is known to cause ear infections in certain dogs and conversely prevent ear infections in others. Because of this Ear Plucking is per request only but can be added at no extra cost. Please make sure to let your groomer know if ear plucking is desired.
  • Gland Expression *automatically included on all small breeds. If you pet is not a small breed and needs gland expression please make sure to let your groomer know
  • Bath
  • Skin/Coat Conditioner
  • Brush Out
  • Blow Dry
  • Any necessary Shed-less Treatment
  • Hair Cut - this service is what determines the difference between a Bath and Brush or a Full Groom. A hair cut is included in a Full Groom but not in a Bath and Brush. A  Bath and Brush does still include trimming of the face, feet, and sanitary.

Please check out our prices tab for more information on our mobile cat grooming services.
**Please check out the More Info tab for detailed information about our services and mobile units.**




Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 9 am - 4:30 pm 
and Saturday 10 am - 2 pm
closed on weekdays 12-1pm for lunch


Grooming Hours:
Monday - Saturday 7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Please keep in mind that we give one hour arrival windows for all of our pet grooming appointments.




All of Arizona’s Pet Stylist groomers are Pet CPR and First Aid Certified!
After completing this course in Pet CPR, First Aid, and the Pet Saver Program we strongly believe all pet owners should sit through this ~6 hours of training. It is worth knowing you can save a life if it comes down to it and worth the extra knowledge to keep your pet happier and healthier. All courses are open to the public. The information for courses involving dates, times, cost, and locations can be found on the below posted website:


Pet Tech Saver Course









Ever wondered how to, or simply need to, trim your own dog's nails? Below you will find some free tips, Courtesy of Kathrine Breeden, professional Animal Behavior Consultant:

Nail Trimming can be tricky!! Many dogs hate it – this is the result of poor handling as puppies. How can we help them get through this process with less stress & conflict? Here’s some ideas:


  • Give the dog a constant “stream” of food DURING the process – never after (that will make the dog want you to hurry up and be done with the process so he can get his treats. The yummy stuff should be paired with the process, i.e. toe nail clipping = yummy treats). Ideas for food to use:

  1. Large hotdog fed slowly throughout the process
  2.  Peanut butter/cream cheese (mixed with something fishy is even better) spread on a chopping board and let the dog lick it off
  3. A frosting bag filled with canned wet food and squeeze it out slowly & continuously  
  4.  Costco’s Italian Meatballs – they come frozen so you can just defrost them as you need them and dogs love ‘em!

  • Spritz them with lavender oil diluted 1:10 with water or just dab it directly onto the inside of their ears.
  • Always start with the back foot. With the big dogs, let them stand and have somebody hold the leash (attached to a harness rather than a collar preferably), as if you were shoeing a horse.
  •   If the dog really hates the whole process in spite of all this then you first need to work on desensitizing the dog to having his feet handled – lots of “touch and treat” before the next trim.
  • You don’t have to trim all four feet at the same time. If you can do one successfully then do so and give the dog a break before starting the next foot. I know this isn’t the ideal thing but it’s a worthwhile investment in the future!
  • With the small dogs either hold them in your arms or let them stand on a table if they’re co-operative.
  • Use a Thundershirt – www.thundershirt.com  Note: Thundershirt will refund your money if you feel it didn’t work for your dog. Details are on the website.

 Feel free to check out more FREE tips on Kathrine's facebook page at:

See below for a video on nail trimming tips as well!

Check out this short Video!!

Check out this Video on Nail Trimming - Lots of great ideas you can try at home!