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All pet lovers understand that not all animals can get along all of the time. Despite our dog and cat salon frequenters being on their best behaviour while with us, we take great care to ensure your dog or cat will be kept entirely separate from other guests booked in with us for their own safety, and for our own! We always have a calm and relaxed atmosphere in our parlour which our four legged friends seem to appreciate a great deal.

We can provide:

• Washing and bathing

• Brushing and hand drying

• Cage drying available

• Nail clipping and trimming

• Scissoring and clipping

• Eyes and ears cleaned

• Flea shampoo treatment

If you would like a full treatment for your pet we also brush, clip and trim  your pets and can give them a flea shampoo treatment.

Call Now: 01278 787 455

No fighting like cat and dog!

Book in your pet with us for a wash or bath. We have competitive rates and a friendly, personal service.

Scrub up your pup!

Being a family run business that adores animals, we will always treat your pets as if they were our own. Our fully qualified and helpful staff are capable and passionate when it comes to your dog's or cat's washing, brushing, clipping, trimming and general health. Clean your pup with a wash or bath session today.


We know not all animals will appreciate being around water for a long length of time, which is why our trained team always display patience and care for your furry friend during any session.


Please be aware we will only bathe cats if your cat has had experienced bathing as a kitten. We feel this is the best and most appropriate policy for your cat's wellbeing and happiness.


A puppy's first visit is very important and we advise the owner is present for their puppy's first bath and light trim. Puppies can come for their first visit as soon as they have had their vaccinations.

“I appreciate the calm atmosphere that they provide, as she is quite a nervous dog” - David Mortimer

Washing a dog cocker spaniel