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The average price of a Pet Groomer in Essex is £33.50 per session

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Julie James

I am a very caring dog groomer who has only the best interests in your animal. I only groom 1 or 2 dogs a day as I feel this is in the best interest of the dog. My sevices are:- Washing, drying, brushing, cutting, nails, ear cleaning. Also have a service wash, dry and brush Puppy Grooms - I recommend introducing your puppy to grooming at 10-12 weeks old, after their second set of vaccinations. If you leave it too late this can be a negative for your puppy and become to stressful. A Puppy groom is where we spend time with your pet getting them used to salon noises, the bath, blow dry and brush. We would not clip your dog on the first visit as there coat is not ready. City and Guilds

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What do you love most about your job?

Dog grooming is a great job. Though it is hard work and on your feet all day, I absolutely love dogs.

I take great pride in making sure that your dog has a stress free experience when coming to me. I do not force groom, meaning being a 1-1 groomer I have lots of time to not rush things.

I follow the Animal Welfare Act 2006, making your dog is kept safe secure and not harmed in anyway.

I provide a high level, caring service, no muzzles or hanging cradles.....Why? because we do not need to.

If you have any questions, please give me a call.

Dog regards
Julie

What inspired you to start your own business?

I work in Property management and can be a very stressful job. I bought my Miniature Schauzer 6 years ago which led me to the love of dogs. I decided then to train with the City and Guilds as feel that a qualification is very important as dog grooming is not just getting a pair of scissors out. There are many aspects you have to learn that really opened my eyes up to what dog grooming is about and not just a cuddle with a dog. Hence, this is me today.

Why should our clients choose you?

City and Guilds Training.
I follow the Animal Welfare Act 2006. Whilst in our care it is our responsibility for your pets needs to be met

I do not use muzzles or cradles
I do not use crates unless the dog wants to go in to them as they do need a space away if stressed.
I do not use hot drying cabinets
I do not run a conveyor belt system. Only a one to one system, meaning your dog is looked after.
I do not leave your dog unattended.
I can trim to breed standard if required
Your dog is in safe hands and looked after like my own


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How often your dog needs to be groomed will depend on the breed of dog and the length of its hair. On average, a dog should be groomed around once a month. However, dogs with longer coats will need grooming more regularly whilst dogs with shorter coats may not need grooming as often. It’s important to groom a young dog or puppy regularly so that they become used to being groomed and to avoid future problems.

Although many pet groomers have a set location that they operate from, there are also many mobile pet groomers. These groomers operate from a van which is equipped with all of the equipment required for grooming. They will park outside your home and groom your pet within the van.

How long it takes to groom a dog will depend on the breed of the dog and the length of its hair. On average, it takes around 2 hours to fully groom a dog. However, for dogs with long, thick hair, it could take significantly longer, whilst for dogs with short hair it may be faster.

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