Full Health Check
Brush out prior to bathing
Eyes & Ears cleaned if necessary
Bath, shampoo & conditioner
Blow dry, brush out and removal of excess undercoat
Nail clipping where required
Clipped/Scissored to breed standard or happy to adapt to suit owners requirements
Sanitary areas tidied
Finished with coat conditioning body spritz
Plenty of hugs included and kisses welcomed!
Full Groom Prices
£34.00 dependant on breed and coat condition
£39.00 dependant on breed and coat condition
£44.00 dependant on breed and coat condition
£52.00 dependant on breed and coat condition
This mild yet concentrated, lightly foaming facial cleanser soothes and balances. It has natural exfoliating activity and is slightly hydrating. This product is especially popular for white dogs such as Bichons and Poodles to help keep faces and paws dazzling white. Only £3 extra.
A relaxing paw massage with specially formulated balm with all-natural human-grade ingredients to protect, heal, and moisturise the pet's paws. All-natural ingredients include aloe, shea butter, cocoa butter, mango seed butter, and vitamin E. These ingredients offer antiseptic and moisturising properties. Hair between pads trimmed and nails clipped. Only £3 extra or £6 as a stand-alone treatment.
The soothing balm can be applied to a dog's nose as a preventative measure for dryness or cracking or it can be used to treat painful cracking and dryness that has already occurred. All organic and contains Unrefined Shea Nut Butter, Organic Hempseed Oil, Kukui Nut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Candelilla Wax, Rosemary Extract, Natural Vitamin E. Only £3 extra.
Puppy Familiarisation £25.00
I offer puppy familiarisation sessions for your new fur baby in order to get them used to the sights and sounds of the salon.
I believe dogs need regular grooming and benefit greatly from being introduced to grooming as soon as possible, ideally during the very important socialisation stage. This service is available from 12 weeks as they will have completed their vaccinations and no older than 16 weeks.
Once your puppy has had a look around he/she will be placed on the grooming table which we will raise and lower so that they realise it's not scary! Brushes will also be introduced to your puppy whilst on the grooming table, so they can have a smell and a good look at them, once they are happy with the brushes we will give them a light grooming, so they can get used to the feeling. We will also start picking up their paws and having a close look at them so that they will be happy for someone to do this in the future and if it is needed your puppy can have a free nail clip.