Here's what we do...
Please be aware that prices are tailored to your pet, their needs and your requirements. Prices quoted are a guide only. If you would like more information about your pet specifically, please get in touch via our enquiry form or telephone 07542 250225.
A full groom is the full package.
This package includes prepping your dog's coat, ear plucking and cleaning, a bath using products tailored to your pet, dry, clipping, styling and scissoring, nail clip and a spritz of cologne.
Hand stripping is the art of removing dead hair with finger and thumb. This is suitable for certain breeds such as Terriers, some Spaniels and other Wire-coated breeds. The end result leaves a natural finish and allows the coat to function as it should.
Getting your puppy used to the grooming process is so important. It's a big part of their lives. A few visits at a young age is perfect for their development and socialisation skills. It allows us to gradually introduce ourselves and the environment. We may not get there on our first few tries, but it's still all important steps to building their confidence. Puppy introduction appointments start at £20 (when bringing them 2 weeks after their last vaccinations), and increase as your puppy ages and your requirements change.
Bath & Brush
Bath & Brush is a service we offer for in between your full grooms. This is for those who do not have the facilities to bath your dog at home, have a busy lifestyle and a dog with a high maintenance coat, have an emergency 'rolling' situation (we're sure you all know what that smells like!), or simply would like your dog smelling fresh!
Ear Plucking & Cleaning
Some breeds grow hair inside the ear canal. We can advise you as to whether your breed does require ear plucking. We then use specifically formulated products to clean your dog's ears. Ear cleaning is included in a full groom, however if you require this service alone, it's just £10. Please note - we are unable to carry out ear plucking for your dog. We will always check your dog's ears and advise you if you need to pop them along to the vets to get them plucked.
This one's for our short-haired friends. Bulldogs, Pointers, Smooth-haired Dachshunds and Frenchies to name a few. You may think these breeds don't need to take a visit to the groomers, but in fact, they do. They drop a lot of dead hair which our specialist tools can take care of. Nail clipping and ear cleaning are also still important. And for our wrinkled friends, their folds need attention too.
Double coated breeds have a top coat, and a softer undercoat. Throughout the year, your double coated breed will develop a build up of dead undercoat which will drop out, but they also hold on to lots of it. This can make your dog's skin too hot and can lead to other skin conditions. We can remove dead hair from your dog's coat to allow it to breathe and give your hoover a break!
Poodles, Doodles and Cockerpoos
Wool coated breeds or mixed breeds require regular grooming to maintain their coat and prevent painful matting. We recommend grooming appointments should be scheduled every 4-8 weeks dependant on your dog's coat and your lifestyles. You should be combing your dog at home in between professional grooms, and if you need any advice, we're happy to help.
Are your dog's nails looking a little long? Don't worry, we've got that sorted. Get in touch, it's just £10.
Click here to see our list of spa treatments for your pet or visit the 'Spa Treatments' page on our website.
Just £3 each, three for £8 or six for £16.