Your next dog grooming appointment – book in advance with Vanity Furr

I am really happy to say that things are pretty busy at present and I really appreciate all your custom (and of course love to see all the dogs!). So being busy means that booking your appointment early and “in advance” is really important to avoid disappointment.

If you know how long it takes before your doggy starts to look a bit long and scruffy then I can pre book his appointment for “x” amount of weeks ahead, when you come to collect him from his current groom. Then at least when he’s due he’ll already be booked in at a date and time that suits you and your busy lifestyle best 🙂

But if your unsure and prefer to wait until he walks into the house and is a little “pongy” after his walk then I would say to expect at least 2-3 weeks wait for an appointment, especially if there are certain days and times that are better for you.

I am quite flexible with late nights, early mornings and weekend appointments  – however they do go fast, so try to book ahead!

Seth the Pug Cross before grooming with thick wirey coat

Seth the Pug Cross before grooming with thick wirey coat

Seth after his groom - he's a 6 month old Chinese crested cross Pug

Seth after his groom – he’s a 6 month old Chinese crested cross Pug

I don’t want anybody to feel pressured to book appointments but unless I’ve had a cancellation or a swap I can’t always fit your dog in tomorrow or the day following.

I really don’t like letting people down and so if I do get any cancellations I will always ring to let you know if a free slot has come available.

Thank you for your patience and understanding and hope to see you and your lovely little doggies soon.

As always if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to give me a call

Lois xx


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Lois Dalton

Lois Dalton

Owner of Vanity Furr, Lois has a diploma in Animal Care & is City & Guilds qualified with distinctions. Following a variety of dog grooming awards, Lois won a scholarship with Aesculap, having been nominated by Groom Team England [Read More...]