Better grooming for Keremeos canines

Paw Spa opening in Keremeos means local dog grooming should be on the upswing

Paw Spa owner Jennifer Montgomery with one of her well groomed canine customers. The Paw Spa recently opened up on 7th Avenue in Keremeos.

Keremeos residents could soon be seeing cleaner, more dapper versions of man’s best friend in the village with the opening of The Paw Spa on Seventh Avenue.

Proprietor Jennifer Montgomery brings 10 years experience in dog grooming with her to her new venture in Keremeos. She offers full pet grooming services to dogs – and to “good kitties.”

The Paw Spa offers bathing, drying, removal of all shed, haircuts, ear cleaning and nails – pawdicures?-  to the region’s canine counterparts. Montgomery can handle all breeds of dogs, and accepts walk ins or appointments.

She recently moved to Keremeos with her husband from Penticton.

“People have been coming in off the street to welcome me,” she said after posting her “open” sign earlier this week.

“It’s a very friendly community.”

Montgomery is pleased with her small,well equipped storefront operation, located at 613 – 7th Avenue.


“It’s good for me,” she said, “I’m pretty much a one person show.”



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