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Prices vary depending on a number of factors.
I have listed the more regular breeds, if your dog is not listed or you have a cross breed then please watsapp me a picture of your dog, with an approx size and weight and I will be able to guide you to an approximate price.

  • £35.00

      Beagle, Chihuahua, Dachshund, French Bull Dog, Hairless Chinese Crested, Jack Russell, Patterdale, Pug.

  • £45.00

      Boarder Terrier, Cairn Terrier, King Charles Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, Pekingese, Pomeranian, Shih tzu, Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

  • £50.00

      Cockapoo, Cocker Spaniel, Cavachon, Cavalier King Charles, Lakeland, Schnauzer Mini, Scottish Terrier, Springer Spaniel.

  • £55.00

      Bichon Frise, Border Collie, Maltese, Poodle Mini, Retriever, Schnauzer Standard.

  • £80.00

      Labradoodle, Poodle Standard

  • £90.00

      Chow Chow, Rough Collie (Lassie)

  • £100.00

      Bearded Collie

Groom Includes: A basic health check = This is not a veterinary health check, the purpose is to check for any health conditions that may relate to the groom but I may pick up on something that you may not have noticed. Brushing out/Carding the dogs coat = This is an important part of the groom, brushing out or carding the dogs coat detangles and removes matting, it helps remove dead and damaged hair which then makes room for new growth. It helps to remove dead skin and distribute natural oils. It also helps to remove excess oil that blocks pores and causes irritation and other skin problems. More importantly, regular brushing out/carding helps to reduce hair loss that we are continuously hoovering up about our homes. Bathing and drying = A good scrub a dub dog with a blow dry to suit your dogs breed standard. It is important to let me know if your dog has any skin conditions or allergies. You can provide your own shampoos and conditioners if your dog has a particular skin condition as advised by your vet. Clipping and Scissoring where required. Ear cleaning (if required) = Using a dog ear cleaning solution, however if your dog has or is prone to ear infections or skin conditions then this will not be carried out as it may cause more irritation. Nail Trimming = Either clipped, grinned or both. If you can hear your dog's nails when walking then they are due a trim, regular trimming reduces the risk of injury and damage to the nails. Cracked or torn nails can be uncomfortable for the dog. Long, cracked or torn nails can be painful on yourself or cause damage to your furniture. More importantly they can also affect a dog's posture and movement. Brushing teeth (If the dog allows it) = Regular brushing at home can help to prevent tartar build up, decay, infections, and inflamed gums, it also helps to prevent smelly breath. Human toothpaste must never be used on dogs.
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