Welcome to Purrfect Paws Boutique

Your Dog and Cat Groomer in Calgary, Alberta
Call us at 403-454-0913


It's that time of year again when our puppy get wet and mucky. Don't want to fully groom yet you can always book in for just a bath and tidy!!!!

Purrfect Paws provides Dog Grooming and Cat Grooming Services in SW Calgary. We are open 5 days/ week to serve you. Phone (403) 454 0913

"One paw at a time makes purrfect paws"


Kari Clark
Calgary Groomer | Purrfect Paws Boutique | 403-454-0913

2108 54 Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T3E 1L7

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Marina Mason

    When I made the decision that I wanted to join the Anderson Vet Clinic team, Dr. Anderson really took me under his wing and helped me invest myself wholeheartedly.

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Purrfect Paws Boutique

Monday:

8:30-5:00

Appt. Only

Tuesday:

9:00-4:30

Wednesday:

9:00-4:30

Thursday:

9:00-4:30

Friday:

9:00-4:30

Saturday:

9:00-4:30

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • "Purrfect paws boutique provided the best grooming experience I've had in the city. With a clean and hospitable environment and a great trim for my dog. Thanks Purrfect Paws we'll totally be back soon."
    Andrew MacKay and Charlotte
  • "My dog is 10 months old and freaks out at the sound of a vacuum. Kari at Purrfect Paws is the only one I'd trust to groom him. Not only did she do an awesome job, but she helped make the grooming experience a lot less scary for a jittery puppy.

    Highly recommended!"
    Laurel Lindsay & Moe
  • "This is the BEST dog groomer I have been to, the ladies did a great job, as soon as I walked through the door I could tell how they were with the other dogs and how me and my little dog Izzy was greeted...

    I have had some bad experiences in the past with other dog groomers, but these guys I HIGHLY recommend, I will be taking my large dog which is a malamute there for her next groom. Prices were very reasonalble.

    Thank you again Purrfect paws you guys ROCK !!!"
    Roma Innocenti

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