Groom styles and prices to suit you
We offer a range of styling options with pricing reflecting the time involved to complete – simply contact us to discuss your requirements.
A guide to our prices can be found below. These should be used as a guide only and may vary depending on the individual dog’s coat condition, size and temperament. Additional costs will be applied if the coat or temperament problems are encountered due to extra time and attention required.
Please note that De-matting fees are not included as standard, this is a separate service – see our FAQ page.
Guide prices for a full groom are as follows:
Small – from £45.00 (eg. Westie, Mini Schnauzer)
Medium / Large – from £55.00+ (eg. Golden Retriever, Setter)
Guide Price for Scissored Breeds:
Small / medium – from £45.00 (eg. Bichon, Miniature/Toy Poodle, Bedlington Terrier)
Large – from £70.00 (eg. Standard Poodle, Bouvier Des Flanders)
Bathing & De-shedding
Some breeds shed a lot more than others and this treatment will remove as much dead hair/undercoat as possible, which can reduce the amount of continual hair loss in the home. The ears will be cleaned and nails clipped if necessary.
Small – from £25.00 (eg. Jack Russell)
Medium – from £35.00 (eg. Staffie)
Large – from £40.00+ (eg. Labrador)
Large – Short haired German Shepherd – £45 / Long haired German Shepherd – £60
Hand Strip Full Groom
Instead of clipping or scissoring we use a hand stripping technique (particularly popular for terriers). This method of grooming is required to maintain correct texture and colour of the coat.
The handstripping is £50/hour approximately.
Guide prices are as follows:
from £50.00+ (eg. Border Terrier, Jack Russell)
from £65.00+ (eg. |Fox Terrier, Lakeland Terrier)
from £75.00+ (eg. |Airedale terrier, Italian Spinone)
Nail trimming is included within the cost of a full groom. For nail trimming only the cost is £10.
Groomers are advised only to clean the external meatus of the ear, and not to enter the ear cavity (for plucking or any other purpose) as there might be an underlying problem that requires further attention from a veterinary surgeon. If there appears to be a problem with the ear, groomers should not carry out the procedure and advise the customer visits a vet.
Internal expression of the para-anal sacs involves entering the body cavity, which is the practice of veterinary surgery, and can therefore only be carried out by a veterinary surgeon of student/registered veterinary nurses working under the direction of their veterinary surgeon employer.
Half day – £150 – click here for more information
Full day – £250 – click here for more information
or £50/hour if you just need to improve in something…
- If your dog is found to have fleas or ticks during the grooming session a cost of £5 will be incurred to cover appropriate treatment products and hygiene procedures required
- Missed appointments or cancelling your appointment with less than 24hrs notice will incur a charge of £20
Sophie groomed our dog Harvey this week and I can’t thank her enough. Harvey looks amazing, he is normally quite nervous but Sophie was very patient with him and he really took to her. He has never looked so good or been so relaxed after a groom. Would definitely recommend and have already rebooked!
Mr Matlers Wolverhampton
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