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Frequently asked questions

When can my puppy first be groomed?

As soon as they’ve had their vaccinations. It’s a good idea get your pet into the routine of being groomed so that they are used to it and comfortable being groomed as an adult.

What will I need to bring to my pets grooming session?

Aside from the obvious of fact that your pet will need to be with you! You’ll need to bring a lead and collar, in addition to this, you’ll need to bring any special equipment or medication that your dog may require.

Lastly please make sure your dog has always been to the loo before they go into the salon.

How do I know my dog needs to be groomed?

Usually, dogs with long or curly coats will need grooming professionally. For example, a short haired dog like a Labrador will be relatively low maintenance, but a longer haired dog such as a Yorkshire Terrier will need to be groomed regularly.

What is defined as regular grooming?

Typically, regular grooming occurs every 4 - 6 weeks. Similar to the time you might leave between going to the hairdresser or barber. Some more manageable long coated dogs can be groomed every 8 - 12 weeks, such as Terriers.

How do I know my pet will be safe and well treated?

We’d always recommend doing some due-diligence on your groomer before using them for the first time. It is generally a safe industry, but we’d always look at previous customers reviews. In addition to this take your pet into the salon first so they are familiar with it and you can meet the staff.

I have an aggressive dog, is it still possible to have them groomed?

Most groomers are used to dealing with dogs of all temperaments. They will have various calming methods to ease your dog into to the process. In rare cases when necessary they can muzzle your dog to ensure they can do their job safely and thoroughly.

Start to get your puppy used to being groomed from a young age; this will help them get used to the process at home. This means it won’t be such a shock when they start being groomed professionally.

If in doubt book earlier than you think your pet might need for their next session. It’s much easier to groom a dog whose coat is still in good condition, if you leave it too long they can get very matted and become much harder to tackle.