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The Regal Beagle provides full service grooming and spacious onsite boarding, for your cat and/or dog!


The Regal Beagle is a friendly and clean facility for all your pet's grooming needs, as well as for when you need to have him or her boarded overnight.


Our highly-skilled and experienced staff is capable of taking care of your pet, with professional care, personal attention, and most of all, Lots of TLC!


In addition to grooming and boarding, the Regal Beagle Shop has a large selection of cat and dog toys, clothing, and treats, including collegiate gear, for your very special pet!


We invite you to explore our website, here at the Regal Beagle -- and should you need more information and/or have any questions, please give us a call at 678-363-7700!

Happy March! Are you ready for Spring??


Spring is near, so summer isn't far behind. Don't forget to make your summer boarding reservations as soon as you make your travel plans. Also, remember to keep your pets vaccinations up to date and in to us at least 2 weeks before you board.


Since the weather has been a little unpredictable, come in and save on outerwear to keep your pups warm and dry. All outerwear is 25% off.


Thank you and we'll see you soon!


The Regal Beagle


Wilbur, Ernie, and Mr. Monkey are excited to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with their cousin, Mackenzie! Cheers to everyone!

Lately we have been getting a lot of questions asked about Canine Influenza and Kennel Cough. Although your veterinarian is the best person to ask specific questions to, here are a couple of links that will provide information about each of them.



We use a strict cleaning procedure in our boarding and grooming areas and require all dogs boarding to be up to date on the kennel cough (bordatella) vaccine before they are allowed to board. Although we use these precautions, we want to make sure you are aware that the vaccine is not a guarantee that it will protect all of the various strains out there. Discuss with your veterinarian the best precautions you can take in addition to the vaccinations.