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Fur Babies Grooming
City and Guilds Qualified
  • Our Mobile Grooming Services
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Services We Offer

PLEASE NOTE: All appointments and services are subject to our standard Terms of Service. All prices include a highly professional 1:1 bespoke service at your convenience.

Treatments for your Puppy

Bath, Brush & Blow Dry

Includes: Assessment of coat and skin, gentle shampoo, brush and blow dry. An excellent way to introduce your puppy to the grooming environment ensuring the puppy becomes confident and comfortable with the groomer and all the grooming equipment.

Treatments for your Dog

Full Groom

Includes: Assessment of your dog's skin condition (looking for lumps and other ailments), removal of some of the dead undercoat, two deep cleansing washes and conditioning bath using organic shampoo, a brush and warm blow dry using a blaster dryer, the coat combed, clipped and scissored to custom style, nails and pads trimmed and a gentle ear and eye cleanse. In addition a cute ribbon for your pet's collar or a bandana, a treat and a spritz of pet 'paw-fume'.

Wash & Go (While You Wait)

Includes: A wash and towel dry of your dog while you wait. A serviced wash and go option should you not want the hassle of washing your own dog.

Bath, Brush & Blow Dry

Includes: Assessment of coat and skin, bath using organic shampoo, brush and blow dry with blaster dryer.

Hand Stripping

Includes: Pulling out the dead top coat, for a more natural look than clipping, for breeds with wire coats.

We recommend wire coated dogs are stripped every 3 months to maintain correct coat colour and texture and to stimulate blood circulation and new hair growth.


Includes: Use of a special carding tool whilst combing the dog in short strokes to remove dying and dead hair.

The clearing of dead hair follicles enables healthy hair to grow and prevents a packed coat. Carding also benefits the dog's skin.

Ear Cleaning

Includes: Examination of your dog's ears, then the use of ear plucking powder to carefully remove fine hairs and finally the removal of any wax and dirt with ear cleaning gel leaving your dog's ears clean and smelling fresh.

Hand Stripping

Includes: Pulling out the dead top coat, for a more natural look than clipping, for breeds with wire coats.

Nail Clipping

Includes: The use of professional clippers or nail grinder to trim nails and dew claws, the removal of pad hair between toes and then a smooth and buff.


Includes: A relaxing foot massage treatment for your pooch's paws, a health check for paws and cuticles and nail clipping (as above).

Teeth Cleaning

Includes: Teeth brushing and breath freshening. Tartar removal is available in mild instances. NOTE: A dog with a build up of tartar will need to seek advice from a vet.

Ultrasound Cleaning

Includes: Teeth cleaning using the Emmi-Pet Ultrasound Toothbrush system. A 100% Ultrasound Toothbrush that kills bacteria and promotes healthy gums. No brushing is required. Helps heal bleeding, receding and inflamed gums and mouth ulcers. Prevents Periodontitis and Gingivitis as well as whitening teeth and removing tartar, stains and bad breath. Fast, visible, lasting results.

Treatments for your Cat

Wet Wild Wash

Includes: Wet bath (to get them cleaner than they can themselves) using a 100% natural luxury animal shampoo, rinse off, drying and then grooming of your cat's coat, often with grooming powder to add volume.


Includes: Trimming your cat with thinners to leave your cat with a natural looking coat, (scissors are far too dangerous).


Includes: Removal of matted or knotted fur using clippers to avoid causing your cat pain or distress.


Includes: The use of thinning shears to groom your cat's fur leaving a lovely natural look. Cats with extremely thick coats are suitable for thinning.

Hygiene Clip

Includes: Removal of the fur around your cat's toilet area, to stop any toilet waste clinging to the cat's coat.

Nail Clipping

Includes: The use of professional clippers to trim your cat's nails. Nail clipping is necessary in Persian Cats who stay in the home and older cats as their nails grow thick and long, often growing into their paw pads. We do not recommend nail clipping in younger outdoor cats as they need their nails for protection and climbing.

Dog Size & Hair Length

Small Breed - Short Haired

Chihuahua, Dachshund, French Bulldog, Miniature Pinscher, Pug

Small Breed - Long Haired

Affenpinscher, Chinese Crested Powderpuff, King Charles Cavalier, Maltese, Papillon, Pekingese, Pomeranian, Toy Poodle, Yorkshire Terrier

Medium Breed - Short Haired

Basset Hound, Beagle, Border Terrier, Boston Terrier, Bulldog, Cairn Terrier, Corgi, Fox Terrier, Irish Terrier, Jack Russell, Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Medium Breed - Long Haired

Barbet, Bichon Frise, Brussels Griffon, Cockapoo, Cocker Spaniel, Dandie Dinmont, English Cocker Spaniel, Havanesse, Japanese Chin, Lhasa Apso, Miniature Poodle, Miniature Schnauzer, Norfolk, Scottish Terrier, Shih Tzu, West Highland Terrier

Large Breed - Short Haired

Airedale Terrier, American Bulldog, Bloodhound, Boxer, Brittany, Clumber Spaniel, Dalmatian, Doberman, Greyhound, Labrador, Pointer, Rottweiler, Saluki, Shar Pei, Standard Schnauzer, Weimaraner, Welsh Springer Spaniel, Whippet

Large Breed - Long Haired

Bearded Collie, Bedlington, Border Collie, Bouvier Des Flandres, Chow Chow, English Setter, Finish Spitz, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Irish Setter, Kerry Blue, Labradoodle, Lakeland, Portuguese Water Dog, Puli, Red Setter, Rough Collie, Sealyham, Soft Coated Weaton, Spanish Water Dog, Springer Spaniel, Standard Poodle, Tibetan Terrier, Welsh Terrier

Extra Large Breed - Short Haired

Anatolian Shepard, Bull Mastiff, Dogue de Bordeaux, English Mastiff, Giant Schnauzer, Great Dane, Irish Wolfhound, Neapolitan Mastiff, Rhodesian Ridgeback

Extra Large Breed - Long Haired

Afghan Hound, Akita, Alaskan Malamute, Bernese Mountain Dog, Black Russian Terrier, Husky, Komondor, Leonberger, Newfoundland, Northern Innuit, Old English Sheepdog, Polish Tatra, Saint Bernard, Samoyed