Member of Mobile Dog Groomers UK
Here at Woof Woof! we offer the full range of Dog Grooming Services in our specially converted van, complete with bath, at your house or if you prefer you can come to us at Woof Woof! HQ in the Cornish countryside.
All we require is space to park outside your house with access to power.
Debbie is a fully qualified groomer who used to work in a salon but decided to make the brave move of starting out on her own as mobile service.
Woof Woof! Grooming is a small business based in the village of Bathpool, in between Launceston, Liskeard and Callington.
Debbie can take you step by step through the entire process and give you tips and pointers.
Dogs we have groomed recently- Pyrenean Mountain dog, German Shepherd, Irish Terrier, Korthals Griffon, Miniature Schnauzer, Shar Pei, St Bernard, Samoyed, Portuguese Water Dog, Spinone, Gordon Setter, Chow, Springer and Cocker Spaniel, Westie, Shitzu, Jack Russell, Leonberger, Newfoundland, Kerry Blue, Red Setter, Pomeranian and Yorkie.
We Are Your Local Friendly Professional Dog Groomers!
SOME IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT MATTS
Matts are a serious problem and maybe harmful to your dog. Through no fault of your own, you may be unaware how serious this can be.
When matts become very close to the skin it may cut off the blood circulation to that particular area.
Serious matts can be painful to your dog.
If your dog's coat is not regularly groomed, infection could also set in and the skin may become torn. In seriously matted dogs, every movement will create pain.
Should your pet snap when being touched, or start dragging and scratching itself, matts could be the reason why.
The places most matts occur are underneath the armpits, chest, the rear end, behind ears and around the tail.
We love dogs and their happiness is of the utmost importance to us. Grooming is an essential part of their welfare.
Thank you for taking the time to read this. If you require any further advice, please do not hesitate to ask.
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