Benefits of regular grooming

Making regular grooming part of your doggie’s health routine can provide opportunities to detect and avoid ear, eye, and skin irritations.

It removes their dead skin, improves circulation, and removes dirt before brushing the natural oils through the coat.

Even dogs with anxiety can develop positive social interactions with a professional groomer they learn to trust.  

Experience you can trust

It can be a challenge finding the right groomer. 

With over 15 years of experience, our expert groomers focus on building a trusting relationship with your doggie.

By using this experience and professional grade tools we reduce your dog’s stress levels and their quality of care. 

For Dog parents that need some extra time, we can pick your pup up and drop them off in your neighbourhood.

Commonly asked questions:

What is grooming for dogs?

Dog grooming involves altering or enhancing your dog's look in order to promote excellent health and a higher standard of living. It includes grooming, ear cleaning, nail cutting, and other hygienic services as well as general cleaning of the dog. It is a crucial component of your pet's care.

Why is grooming important for a dog?

For a dog to be happy and healthy, grooming is necessary. By grooming your dog, you'll get rid of their brittle, damaged hair and help the skin remain healthy by ventilating the coat and preventing matting.

How often should I groom my dog?

Each dog has different demands for grooming. Depending on the length, texture, and density of your dog's coat, you should determine how frequently you should brush, trim, and wash their hair. Most dog owners with longer fur opt to take their pet to the groomers once every 2-6 weeks, while shorter-haired breeds may only visit every 4-12 weeks.