We offer grooming, clipping and washing services for cats and dogs of all sizes and breeds.

If your pet is fractious, highly stressed or anxious we can provide sedation to enable your pet’s grooming. This service is commonly reserved for pets who need to be shaved or have their nails clipped. 

As with all sedation and anaesthetics, there is a risk that your pet’s health may be compromised during the time the sedative has been given, so your pet may require a pre-sedative blood test to check their health status as well as monitoring and IV Fluids if appropriate. All anaesthetics are supervised by a veterinarian. 

Short-acting anxiolytic medication may also be an option.

Speak to our team to discover more information about sedation with grooming. 

Benefits of bathing

We all know to bath our pets when they are smelly or dirty, but what are the other benefits of bathing your pet?

Many animals suffer from allergies, just like humans do. This can occur when we come in contact with a particular plant or substance, but also in the form or airborne allergens. Allergens in the environment such as pollen, mould, grass, seeds and even insects are hard to eliminate but there are steps we can take to reduce exposure to our pets.

Bathing with a soap free product like Aloveen Shampoo or Natural Shampoo will help to remove allergens from your pet’s coat, without striping away natural oils which are essential for skin barrier function.

Pets that suffer from dry, itchy skin will also benefit from Aloveen Shampoo and Conditioner, which contains soothing Aloe Vera and Oatmeal. Aloveen Conditioner can be applied to a damp coat after bathing for added moisture and soothing effect. Designed as a leave on conditioner, it is perfect to use as a grooming aid between baths.

Aloveen Shampoo and Natural Shampoo are pH neutral and soap-free with a pleasant fragrance. They are suitable for allergic and sensitive skin types.

We provide a grooming service and can wash and dry your pet whilst you go to work, picking him/her up on your way back home. Call the hospital to book your pet in.