Dogs are booked in by appointment. When you bring your pet for the first time a schedule for grooming will be agreed. Many dogs that are in a clipped style are on a 8-10 week schedule and many soft fluffy coated types come every 6-8 weeks to keep the desired trim. Prices may vary depending on the condition of the coat, how long since the last visit, size and behaviour of the dog and the time taken to groom them. Coats that are matted will always be taken short as attempting to brush them out would cause a lot of pain and discomfort for your dog.
A professional groom that is tailored to your dogs breed and lifestyle.
This is a popular option for soft fluffy coated breeds in between their regular full grooming appointment. It can help prevent matting.
Dog’s nails require regular trimming if they are not getting worn down enough from the ground outside which acts as a nail file. Sometimes the nails can curl so tightly and embed the skin which is very painful and can lead to an infection. These will be trimmed along with the dew claw.
Dogs shed at different times of the year and some coats shed more than others. Factors affecting shedding include genetics, diet, breed, season, and the frequency of removing the undercoat. If your dog is shedding a lot why not book them in for a de-shedding treatment. Specials Grooming Rakes and tools are used to remove the dead coat so your dogs coat will look healthy and shiny again.
A health check is carried out on each pet prior to grooming. This can bring to attention any health matters that may otherwise go un-noticed that may need veterinary referral.
A short and tidy trim which involves taking the entire coat tight using a clippers. This trim allows for easy maintenance and suitable for dog’s with an active lifestyle outdoors.
This trim is cute and fluffy and is commonly referred to as ‘The Teddy Bear trim’. It suits most small breeds and cross breeds. The body of the dog is clipped using various blade lengths and the legs are scissored. This style is very popular.
This trim involves scissoring the entire dog by hand and is more specialised. It leaves the ultimate finish on the coat. It can enhance and accentuate their shape.
Dogs shed at different times of the year and some shed more than others. Factors that affect the way a dog’s coat shed include genetics, diet, breed, season, and the frequency of removing the undercoat. If your dog is shedding a lot why not book them in for a de-shedding treatment. Specials Grooming Rakes and tools are used to remove the dead coat so your dogs coat will look healthy and shiny again.
Examples of small dog sizes: Maltese, Scottish Terrier, Westie, Bichon Frise, King Charles Spaniel, Cavachon, Shihtzu, Toy Poodle.
Examples of medium dog sizes: Cocker Spaniel, Springer Spaniel, Cockapoo, Border Collie, Miniature Poodle Springer.
*To be decided and confirmed when our groomer meets your dog.