Auntie's Dog Spa
At Aunties Dog Spa we offer grooming and spa services to our canine stars. We seek to use the best available shampoos and conditioners, in conjunction with the most up to date grooming techniques and top of the range equipment in a relaxing environment that minimises the stress to the dog, keeping them clam and content.
Our grooms and spa treatments are designed to ensure that your dog’s coat, paws, eyes and ears are easy for you to maintain and most importantly keep the dog healthy.
What Services Does the Doggie Spa Offer?
The Spa enables you to drop your dog off and collect them at an agreed time later in the day.
As part of our service we offer a full consultation, prior to your first groom, to help pet owners find a manageable style for their dog that suits the dog’s lifestyle.
Our fabulous range of bath and body treatments are formulated with the finest botanical plant and flower extracts to create therapies that will revitalise your dog and enhance their overall wellbeing.
Our Grooming Options & Spa Treatments
The Puppy Intros are our way of introducing your puppy to the world of grooming ensuring they become comfortable with the process.
These sessions consist of a four visits, a little longer each time, to the spa acquainting them with the sights and sounds of the environment and the equipment so that when they have their first full groom they are totally at ease.
The sessions usually only last a few minutes while you wait in reception.
Pricing: All prices are a guide only and in order to confirm a price please call the Spa on 01772 201 622
Puppy Intro £30 for a package of 4 visits.
We reserve the right to charge a £10 cancellation fee for appointments missed or cancelled with less than twenty-four hours’ notice and any future bookings may be subject to a desposit. Please note that deposits are not refundable and will be taken off your final bill.
PLEASE NOTE: We groom humanely – dogs with severely matted coats may be shaved off or we may refuse to continue the grooming process if we feel the dog is in distress.