At Country Mutts we provide a complete range of Professional Dog Grooming Services for the dog in your life, see the list of services we currently provide below and what each service entails. We have an exciting list of new services in the pipeline which will be ready for you to book soon, check back here to be the first to find out.

We recommend you book your dog in with us every 8-12 weeks to be groomed.

 

Full Groom (Adult Dog)

  • Full wash & blow dry
  • Brush out
  • Nails clipped
  • Ears cleaned and plucked
  • Anal glands expressed
  • Hygiene clip (Hair clipped around bum and belly area)
  • Customer requested hair cut/style
  • Doggy perfume to finish

 

Mini Groom

  • Full wash and blow dry
  • Brush out
  • Nails clipped and ears cleaned
  • Trim around the eyes and hygiene areas (Bum and belly area)
  • Doggy perfume to finish

 

Wash & Blow dry

  • Full wash & blow dry
  • Brush out of coat
  • Doggy perfume to finish 

 Note - A Wash & Blow dry is only suitable for dogs with a knot free coats

 

Full Groom (Puppy)

Puppies are up to 6 monthd old and should only be groomed once they are fully vaccinated. A Puppy Groom does not include any cutting of their coat, this is not recomended as it can damage their puppy coat.

  • Wash & Blow dry
  • Full brush out of coat
  • Nail clip & Ear clean
  • Trim around eyes & hygiene areas (Bum and belly area)

 

 

Why do we need to groom our dogs??? .....

Sometimes people think that Dog Grooming is for special Dog Breeds or is more of a Vanity Treatment than a necessity, although certain dog breeds do require grooming more than others and your dog will end up looking clean and crisp after their groom there is many more reasons why you should get your dog groomed . . . . .

 

  • Regular brushing of all pets, despite coat length, helps to keep the coat and skin healthy. Brushing is a vital part of pet care as it helps distribute the natural oils of the skin throughout the coat, promoting a healthier coat and cleaner skin.  

 

  • Grooming may help to point out any abnormalities in your pet’s body, such as sores, growths or bald spots. Regular grooming also can keep parasites at bay or at best eliminate them totally, as early detection will be a lot easier to deal with rather than a major infestation

 

  •  Professional grooming can greatly improve the cleanliness and hygiene of your pet. While you may bathe your pet at home regularly, a professional groomer will use only top quality products and assess your dog’s coat and skin condition to ensure the most suitable are used.

 

  • During the course of the grooming process, the groomer will pay special attention to your pets' ears, eyes, pads, lumps and bumps on the skin or below the skin and perianal region- areas you probably don't notice much in daily life.

 

  • Some dogs tend to grow excessive amounts of hair between their feet and paw pads, as well as around the perianal (backside) area. Excessive hair in these places can lead to hygiene problems, accumulation of dirt in the hair, and even cause problems defecating and urinating. Your groomer may trim around these areas, helping to prevent problems before they can develop.

 

  • Most dogs don't naturally wear down their nails fast enough to keep up with nail growth, and as a result most will need regular nail trimming in order to keep their nails at the optimum length. Your groomer will clip your pets' nails, and their skill and experience can often get them shorter than you can at home. 

 

  • If your dog has long hair, or is prone to tangles or a dry coat, a coat conditioner may be used as a second step to the bathing process. Conditioners can help to manage the hair and make it softer, allowing for mats and tangles to be more easily removed, along with re-moisturizing the coat.

 

  • While frequency will depend on your pets' breed, coat type or lifestyle, regular grooming sessions will help your pet to remain a healthy, clean companion to you.  Your groomer will recommend how often your pet should come in to be groomed, the usual time is about 6 - 8 weeks but could vary depending on breed, coat, length of hair and lifestyle.

 

Visit our "Contact Us" page now and book your dog in for their next groom at Country Mutts Dog Grooming

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