Bath, Brush and Dry. Ears Cleaned and plucked where necessary, Coat Clipped and Scissored, Hair from Paw Pads Removed, Nails Cut.
Bath and Dry
Bath, Brush and Dry. Ears cleaned, Nails Cut.
Puppy Visit - (available up to 19 weeks)
As with all new experiences in a puppy’s life, it’s important that their first grooming salon visit is a fun and positive one. They will have a calm bath using our mild puppy shampoo and then a gentle dry with our dryer set on low. They will have their ears gently cleaned, tips taken off their claws, paws tidied up and their coat trimmed as necessary.
It is best to bring your puppy along as early as possible after all their vaccinations are complete. The sooner they start to become being used to being handled and the salon environment the better.
Grooming can take between 1 to 3 hours, and will depend on the amount of work required. Each appointment will always start with an initial consultation to determine what style will work best for both you and your dog. During a groom - age, physical or behavioural difficulties will all be kept in mind. And all equipment will have been thoroughly sanitised before use.
We have a secure area for toilet breaks and water will be available throughout their visit, but we do ask that all dogs be given the opportunity to relieve themselves before arriving at the salon.
All of the products we use are of the highest quality, and careful consideration is given to choose the best product to benefit your dogs skin, coat type and condition. All dogs are dried by hand - no cabinet driers are used, and we aim to have only one dog in the salon at any time.
If your dog has a short wait before being collected, we have custom built rest pens with comfortable easy clean floor covering. Constructed from strong PVC, the rest areas are as secure as full steel cages but with no loud door catches or cold steel feel.
These prices are a guide, and an exact price will be given at the salon. Please note however, that further charges may be added for dogs who are very difficult to manage or have coats which require additional work due to especially poor condition.