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Three Tails Parlor Pantry Columbia IL
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

Your Source for Pet Grooming and Supplies in Columbia Illinois

Could your furry friend use a thorough bath? Call your local pet grooming professionals and get your companion cleaned up right! Three Tails Parlor & Pantry offers expert grooming services and pet supplies for dogs and cats. The owner, Renee Gonzalez, opened the store 10 years ago and her crew has been making pets beautiful ever since. We’re a locally owned and operated groomer that is passionate about taking care of pets in our communities. Stop by for pet food or grooming, today. You’ll see why we’re the place for pets in the Columbia area!

Our Services

Pet Food & Supplies

For the pet owners of Columbia, IL, ensuring your pets receive the utmost in nutritional care is paramount. At Three Tails, our team of nutrition experts is here to guide you through selecting the finest foods, treats, and supplements, each chosen for your pet's unique dietary needs. This dedication is our way of ensuring their health and extending your moments of joy together.

Pet Grooming

In Columbia IL, our skilled grooming team at Three Tails offers specialized care for your dogs and cats within our boutique-like setting. We're proud to offer quick service packages designed to keep kennel time to a minimum. Your pet's comfort and safety are our top priorities, and we'll contact you the moment their pampering session concludes.

Pet Training

Additionally, Three Tails provides tailor-made training sessions that cater directly to your pet's individual requirements, fostering an environment ripe for learning and growth. Serving the community of Columbia IL, our professional trainers are committed to helping you and your pet cultivate a bond that’s based on mutual trust and understanding.


Look for pet foods that list a high-quality protein source (such as real chicken, beef, or fish) as the first ingredient. Avoid foods with excessive fillers (such as corn or soy), artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. Also, look for certifications or endorsements from reputable nutrition authorities.

Transition to new food gradually over 7-10 days to avoid digestive upset. Start by mixing a small amount of the new food with the current food, gradually increasing the proportion of new food while decreasing the old food.

The frequency of feeding depends on your pet’s age, size, and health. Generally, puppies and kittens require three to four meals a day, while adult dogs and cats do well with one or two meals. Always follow the feeding guidelines on the packaging or the advice of your veterinarian.

Most pets eating a balanced, commercial food diet don’t need supplements. However, supplements may be recommended for pets with specific health issues or dietary needs. Always consult with a vet before adding supplements to your pet’s diet.

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