Dog Grooming including Handstripping
Full Body Groom - 2 hours
- Health Check
- Dead-hair removal
- Nail trim
- Between pads and paw trim
- Ear cleanse
- Two shampoos
- Warm blow dry
- Coat styling of your choice to suit your dog's lifestyle
- Luxury finishing cologne spritz.
A full consultation with you will determine your pet’s needs.
Bath, Dry & Tidy - approximately 60 minutes
With longer coated breeds having an in-between maintenance groom will remove dead hair, helping to prevent matting and keep your dog’s coat in top condition in between each Full Body Groom.
*Please note that if your dog has not been groomed for more than 4 weeks, or if the coat is dirty, I cannot offer this service due to possible matting and residue build-up in the coat.
Please note that I fully comply with the Animal Welfare 2006 Act and will not de-matt dogs where more than 20 minutes of gentle work will be required.
Early introduction for your new puppy to grooming will enable him/her to feel calm and relaxed in the grooming environment.
Your puppy will have a gentle brush through, followed by a relaxing body wash using Puppy Shampoo. A warm blow dry will encourage your puppy to relax in the grooming environment ready for future appointments.
Not every puppy will accept the grooming environment so easily and therefore I work at the Puppy’s pace, taking it slow and easy which may mean one or two visits to the salon before a full grooming experience can be undertaken.
Ultrasonic Teeth Cleaning for Dogs
A regularly scheduled oral hygiene routine is the best way to protect your pet’s dental health.
How it works:
The soft bristles are held against the teeth/gums allowing your pet's teeth to be cleaned gently without the irritation of vibration or noise. It helps to protect your pet from oral disease and tooth loss.
Ultrasound reaches deep (12mm) below the gum line to kill germs and bacteria and cleans the teeth and gums to prevent the build-up of plaque and tartar. At the same time, it increases the blood flow to the gums to heal wounds and stop bleeding.
- Gingivitis and periodontitis
- Oral cavity diseases
- Plaque and tartar build-up
- Bad breath
If there is plaque/tartar present, I may recommend that you start with a course of regular treatment.
However, if your dog's teeth are significantly scaled I would recommend a trip to the vet first to check whether a dental descale(under general anaesthetic) would be advisable and then continue with a regular programme of ultrasonic teeth cleaning to maintain your dog's dental health.
Ultrasonic teeth cleaning during your dog's grooming sessions can be better for some dogs as I can take a little and often approach which helps them get used to the treatment.
For further details, or to make a booking please contact me.