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Dog Grooming

Grooming your pet is about more than just making them look pretty – a clean pet is a happy pet! That’s why our professional dog groomers in Canning Vale take the time and care to gently and effectively groom dogs and cats of all sizes and breeds. Even the most nervous and excitable pets can be handled by our expert dog groomers.

Dog Washing

An important part of dog grooming is dog washing and our experienced groomer offer your pooch that perfect hydrobath wash.

Dog washing generally involves shampooing, conditioning and hair-drying. We use a low-allergenic, soap-free shampoo and conditioner. Pets with specific skin problems may require specially-formulated or medicated shampoos.

Dog Grooming

Regular grooming helps keep your pet healthy and comfortable. Some breeds do not shed their hair effectively (eg. Poodles) and require professional grooming every 6-8 weeks.

  • Clipping hair (either with clippers or with scissors or both)
  • Combing (de-tangling knots, brushing out matts)
  • Trimming specific areas (eg. face, feet, tail, bottom),  
  • Nail clipping, ear trimming and cleaning and expressing anal glands.

How much does dog grooming cost?

Starting at just $70 for a full wash, blow-dry, clip, nail trim and ear clean for small dogs, up to $100 for a large dog

Do I Need To Wash My Cat?

Usually you don’t really need to bathe your feline friend as they are equipped to take care of their own personal hygiene. In fact, they come equipped with their own hairbrush in the form of the rough surface on the top of their tongue.

Having said that, some cats are better at grooming themselves than others so you may need to groom your cat from time to time to help remove dead hair and prevent matting. This is especially the case with longer haired cats and as our kitties get older. Matting can cause pain and discomfort, and in some cases, your cat may need sedation to have any matting clipped off safely.

If your cat is grooming itself less effectively, this can be a sign of illness or pain and you should bring them in to see our expert Canning Vale vets for a checkup.  

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