Grooming services in a professional, caring environment while using only quality products and equipment.
Style (agreed on discussion with owner) e.g.
Wash and fluff dried
Anal glands expressed (on request)
Final touches: bow for collar and animal cologne (optional)
When you arrive for your appointment please bring to Heathers attention of any health or behavioural issues that your dog may have.
Depending on the breed and condition of coat grooming session will take approx.:
|1 hr.||Small dog e.g.||Jack Russell, Chihuahua etc.|
|1.5 hrs||Medium dog e.g.||Labrador, Boxer etc.|
|2 hrs.||Small dog / cat e.g.||Yorkshire Terrier, Bichon Frise, Shih Tzu etc.|
|2.5 hrs.||Medium dog e.g.||Cocker Spaniel, Springer Spaniel etc.|
|3+ hrs||Large dog e.g.||Labradoodle, Old English Sheep Dog (clipped) etc.|
|2 hrs.||Small dog e.g.||Pomeranian etc.|
|2.5 hrs.||Medium e.g.||Golden Retriever, Siberian Husky|
|3+ hrs||Large/Extra large e.g.||Bernese Mountain, Alsatian|
For appointment / price please call our Reception Team on...
If you need to discuss details with Heather prior to appointment, please ask for a “call back” and she will call you back as soon as she is free.
Also if you are running late or need to reschedule appointment please let us know as soon as possible. Thank you.
Tips for maintaining your pets coat between grooms:
It is so important to brush your dog/cat’s coat at least 2/3 times a week between grooming sessions
This will help to prevent matting and keep the coat in good condition.
Groomer’s recommend a slicker brush and standard metal comb for curly and straight coated breeds. For double coated breeds a slicker brush and a rake comb.
You can purchase these tools at Suirside veterinary clinic
Brushing technique for long coated / double coated breed:
1. Part hair into sections and use slicker brush to gently brush through coat from skin to tip of hair.
2. Once coat is fully brushed use comb to ensure no tangles/matts.