Eases Stress & Fatigue
For a minimal charge on top of a groom, why not treat your dog to a Jacuzzi bath.
Our Jacuzzi bath eases stress and fatigue as well as relaxing muscles. It's also fantastic for the skin and coat.
It will ease many conditions such as dermatitis, eczema and relieves hot spots, all while giving your dog an all over massage
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For Cats and Dogs
Add a Deluxe Treatment to Your Pet's Groom From £3
Amazing Results on Matted Fur
Helps Excess Shedding
Restores Severely Damaged Fur
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De-Matting / De-Knotting Policy
As a rule we will not de-matt a whole dog. This is to conform with the Animal Welfare Act to not cause pain or suffering to an animal.
Minimal de-knotting can be offered but an extra charge may apply for the extra time required and specialized products used.
Charges may vary due to the size of the dog, the time required and the products used
Frequently Asked Questions
Prices vary according to the size of the dog, condition of the dog’s coat and how long the work takes. Please inquire for an estimated price. On seeing and feeling your dog I will be able to give you a more accurate price for the required service
Firstly, we will have a consultation with you to establish your requirements. Our full groom includes the following: -
Bathing (including complimentary facial)
Blow Dry to Style
Top off with grooming cologne (if required)
Hand-stripping is a type of grooming method that dog owners use to remove excess hair from their dog’s coat. The most common method of dog grooming is clipping – this method involves the use of a pair of electric clippers which cut or shave the top layer of hair on a dog’s coat. The difference between clipping and hand-stripping is that not only is hand-stripping done by hand, but it removes coat from the root (not just the top layer) so a new coat is able to grow in. Each time you clip a dog’s coat instead of hand stripping, you are just taking off the top layer of dead fur rather than removing it from the roots – as a result, the coat may become duller in texture and color with each clipping
Although it depends mostly on the breed, hair length, and type of coat, regular grooming should be done about once a month. For young puppies and dogs who have never been groomed, more frequent grooming or brushing at home should be done to get the dog used to being handled and to avoid grooming issues into adulthood
Clipping & Styling