Grooming plays an essential role in your companion’s health. Beyond aesthetics and the pleasant odor, a shiny coat reflects the well-being of your pet.  For a positive and enjoyable experience, it is important for us to space out each grooming step in order to respect your companion’s age, stamina and state of mind.

  • Shaving or scissor cut, styled according to breed
  • Shampoo adapted to coat and skin condition with application of conditioner if necessary
  • Ear cleaning & plucking
  • Nail clipping
  • Anal glands expression (emptying)
  • Lion cut or complete shave
  • Bath, thorough comb-out and untangeling, shaving of specific areas as required (thighs, abdomen or other)
  • Nail clipping
  • Anal glands expression (emptying)
  • Ear & eye cleaning

Despite the care given by pet owners, a dog or cat may occasionally encounter skin diseases that require the use of a very specific treatment shampoo recommended by the veterinarian.

We have several types of natural and medicated baths to meet the needs of your pet. For example, a medicated bath may be used for dry skin in order to eliminate dandruff and relieve itching. Medicated baths are only given upon the direction of the veterinarian.


In order to associate grooming as a positive experience, it is important to familiarize your companion with this process by practicing diverse manipulations and allowing them to socialize as early as possible.

Between grooming appointments, your dog will benefit from regular brushing with a brush and deep comb.

  • Short-haired dogs: once a week
  • Long or medium length hair: two to three times a week
Important :

Never wash your dog without brushing out the knots first, otherwise the matting will get worse once wet.

If your dog's hair is too tangled, we will propose a shave suited to his/her condition.

Brushing out excessive tangled hair is very irritating to the skin and damages the coat’s condition. Grooming should not be stressful and painful, but rather a time of pleasure and relaxation for your dog.


Although a cat grooms itself regularly, brushing is still necessary, as whilst grooming, a cat cleans its fur and ingests hair that can create a lump in the stomach. For long haired cats, regular brushing prevents the formation of knots and allows air to circulate, thus avoiding skin problems.