Should my dog have its nails cut?

Nail clipping is a straightforward process and we will be pleased to clip your dog’s nails for you. However, if your dog is groomed at regular intervals, we will clip the nails as part of the grooming process, and it shouldn’t be necessary to clip nails between...

Does dog grooming include cutting the nails?

Grooming always includes checking and, where needed, trimming nails. The only exception to this would be dogs that become overly aggressive or stressed to the point where it would be unsafe for us to provide this service.

How often should my dogs nails be cut?

This really depends on your dog. If your dog is walked more on grass and fields than on roads, he/she will need them cut more often as there is no surface to wear the nails down. If you are unsure you can just pop into the salon at any point and we can let you know if...

Why didn’t you clip my dogs nails short?

All dogs nails contain a blood vessel known as the ‘quick’. Cutting through this blood vessel causes extensive bleeding and considerable pain, especially in black nails. The quick is not always visible, and I will only cut the nail to a length I feel is safe. Each...