Want to keep your pet looking their best but can't seem to find a pet groomer who can match your schedule in Grand Junction? Maybe they are all booked up? Maybe you need a pet groomer who comes to you?

We got you! We asked this week about great places to go for pet grooming in Western Colorado. We heard about some awesome local businesses in Grand Junction, Fruita, and Palisade who have been at it for years and do great work with all the pets.

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Groomers Who Keep Your Pets Looking Their Best in Western Colorado

We asked you who are the best dog and pet groomers in Western Colorado? Some of the first answers included several great places you can take your pets. In the photo gallery below we will take a closer look at these locations that come so highly recommended by you.

Find Doggie Salons and Mobile Pet Groomers in Grand Junction

We've got brick and mortar locations and a few groomers who have a store but also come to you. Just open the app chat feature in our free station app to send even more groomers our way who you would recommend to others.

Check Out Your Picks for the Best Dog & Pet Groomers in Grand Junction, Colorado

Check out the top 10 answers for some great dog and pet groomers in Grand Junction, Fruita, and Palisade below. We can't wait to see you and your dog looking your best at the dog park this spring. Thanks for all the great suggestions.

Your Picks for the Best Pet Groomers in Grand Junction, Colorado

Keep your pet looking their best by checking out any of these highly recommended dog/pet groomers in Grand Junction, Fruita, or Palisade. Be sure to open our station app to tell us about more great groomers on the Western Slope.

Generous Things We Do For One Another in Colorado

I asked the question on Facebook, "What's the nicest thing someone has ever done for you?" Here's what listeners in Grand Junction, Colorado had to say.

KEEP GOING: Check out Hell's Hole Trail

If you are a hiker looking for a change of scenery, you should check out the Hell's Hole hike near Idaho Springs. It's a beautiful hike with some fantastic views. Take a look at these images from the Hell's Hole Trail, located 6 1/2 miles southwest of Idaho Springs on Highway 103. You'll take the West Chicago Creek Road for 3 miles - and the trail starts where the road ends.