Mobile pet spa Zoomin’ Groomin’ now open in Johnson County

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A new on-the-go pet groomer is “zooming” around Johnson County.

Zoomin’ Groomin’, a mobile pet spa, started making the rounds in the Johnson County area earlier this year.

Zoomin' Groomin' Johnson County
Above, the Zoomin’ Groomin’ mobile pet spa parked in southern Overland Park. Photo credit Lucie Krisman.

Zoomin’ Groomin’ grooms pets in the driveway

  • The mobile pet spa comes to the homes of customers and grooms pets out front.
  • Customers can book appointments online or by calling (913) 444-5012.
  • Kelli Heppner, who owns and operates the Zoomin’ Groomin’ Johnson County franchise, said the mobile pet spa has already received a lot of requests for appointments since it opened.

Zoomin’ Groomin’ offers a full range of grooming services

  • The mobile pet spa offers services for both dogs and cats.
  • Zoomin’ Groomin’ provides services like pet baths, brushing and nail clipping, haircuts and blowouts.
  • The company also has an eco-friendly focus in its grooming services, using a water-conserving cleansing wand and “all-natural” shampoo for baths and grooming.
  • Heppner said services start at $75.

The mobile pet spa takes appointments across Johnson County

  • Zoomin’ Groomin’ parks in southern Overland Park, but it serves a number of other Johnson County cities besides Overland Park.
  • This includes Leawood, Olathe, Lenexa, Shawnee, Stillwell, and Spring Hill.
  • The company itself is based in Virginia but has franchises across the country.
  • Zoomin’ Groomin’ is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. all seven days of the week.

Go deeper: Click here for more information about Zoomin’ Groomin’ in Johnson County.

About the author

Lucie Krisman
Lucie Krisman

Hi! I’m Lucie Krisman, and I cover local business for the Johnson County Post.

I’m a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, but have been living in Kansas since I moved here to attend KU, where I earned my degree in journalism. Prior to joining the Post, I did work for The Pitch, the Eudora Times, the North Dakota Newspaper Association and KTUL in Tulsa.