Price Guide by Coat Type
A Mini Groom for
the Double Coated/ Long/ Fluffy coats
(This service does not include length off)
Mini Grooms are maintenance grooms which can prevent shedding and matting in between Full Grooming Service
The 'Mini Groom' service includes:
Spa Bath (double shampoo & condition)
Anal Glands (on request)
Facial & Ear Cleanse (hair plucking on request)
Warm Blow Dry - fluff up (by hand)
Pawdicure - Nails (trim & file)
Hygiene Trim (Eye, Feet & Bottom Tidy)
This service does not include length off all over
Small 0 - 10 kg
Medium 10 - 20 kg
Large 21 - 30 kg
Ex Large 30kg +
*From € 40
*From € 50
*From € 70
*From € 90
*All costs inclusive of 23% VAT. Estimate costing only - Does NOT include dematting or excessive undercoat removal. Mini groom does not include length off all over. Heavily matted coats must be clipped short as extensive dematting causes tremendous stress and pain. Additional costs apply for parasites present/ heavily matted & soiled coats/ difficult/ aggressive behaviour. Final cost is dependent on the complexity of the groom and how long it takes. Cost can differ from time to time depending on how long it has been since your last appointment. Nail trimming and filing can only be done where dog permits it (some dogs can become aggressive or extremely stressed out for nails so if this is the case we would recommend you visit your Vet for this procedure to be done)
*The final cost of your dog's groom depends on the complexity of the 'job'. Each case differs. Additional charges apply to cover the extra time and care needed to deal with dogs presented with heavily soiled coats, knots, matting, overgrown coats, a lot of undercoat, behavioural issues, parasites present and special needs. Severely matted coat's will have to be clipped short as dematting is a very lengthly and painful process and it is not ethical to subject dogs to this. The cost of your dogs groom may vary from appointment to appointment depending on the length of time in between.
Regular appointments are necessary for health reasons; to ensure your dog's nails can be trimmed to a comfortable length and to ensure a healthy knot/ matt free coat. Breeds such as the Maltese, Bichon Frise, Poodle, Cavachon, Cockapoo, Maltipoo, Shih Tzu, Cocker Spaniel, Labradoodle, Goldendoodle are advised to return every 4 to 6 weeks if you prefer a fluffy style. Not bringing your dog this often will result in the quick (blood vessel in their nails) to become overgrown and may result in their coat becoming matted. Overgrown Nails and Matting are extremely painful. Please note we can not clip nails where the quick is overgrown (as they will bleed) and we will not brush out heavily matted dogs as it is against the law to inflict unnecessary pain on animals. Dogs presented with heavy matting must be clipped short as it is the only way to remove matting safely. The condition of your dogs coat and nails is your responsibility. Daily brushing and combing in between regular appointments is advised. If you can not bring your dog in for regular appointments (4-6 weekly) we will suggest a short style so you get longer out of it. Overgrown and matted coats can cause your dog to overheat in warmer weather. Overgrown and matted coats will cause you dog to be very cold in the winter as matting takes a very long time to dry if your dog becomes wet after being out in the rain. Overgrown and matted coats is very uncomfortable for your dog and can cause all sorts of problems such as eye infections, ear infections and skin infections.
Regular (2-6 weeks) nail trims are advised to avoid pain associated with overgrown nails. Once overgrown it is very difficult to cut them back as the blood vessel grows long when nails are not maintained often, resulting in bleeding nails if even trimmed a little.
The only way to avoid overgrown nails is to have them trimmed regularly.
Nails included with any of the above treatments
Nail trim only 10 euro
Nail trim & file 15 euro
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