We recommend grooming your beloved pet every 4 to 6 weeks, or more frequent visits if your dog is accustomed to an indoor lifestyle. Regular grooming will build a trusting relationship between your dog and the groomers, making the overall experience more pleasurable for your pet.
What does the bathing process entail:
- Thorough brush and comb out to remove debris, loose hair and tangles.
- Ensure inner ears are protected from getting wet to avoid infection.
- Warm shampoo wash with professional branded shampoo.
- Warm condition treatment with professional branded conditioners, coat dependant.
- Massage to stimulate skin and check for lumps, hot spots and other skin irregularities.
- Warm water rinse.
- Pour over tick and flea eliminator if needed.
- Towel dry to remove excess water.
- Temperature and speed adjustable blow dry.
- Thorough coat styling brush out.
- Clean and Sanitise ears.
- Clean eyes.
- Nail Clipping.
- Anti-bacterial spritz.
- Powder or deodorizer.
- Hair accessorize.
- Teeth brushing – No charge
What does the clipping and cutting service entail:
- Clipping, shaving or stripping for the summer heat.
- Scissor styling and trimming all over.
- All breed cuts or owner specification cuts.
- Sanitary clip – This is where we shave or trim the ‘you know what area’ so that your pet can go to the loo in a more sanitary manner.
De-shedding and de-matting solution:
- specialised equipment is used to remove around 70% of excess shedding hair that normal grooming would not, so it does not end up all over your house. This is commonly used for breeds with double coats such as the Husky and Labrador.
Anal Glands Excretion – extra charge:
- your dog may be experiencing discomfort by blocked or full anal glands. Discomfort is evidenced by the dog dragging its posterior on the ground (“scooting”).