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OUR GROOMING SERVICES and PACKAGES

Our grooming services and packages are generally priced based on the size of your pet, additionally surcharges may apply for matted coats.

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GROOM Packages

  • Deluxe Bath & Full Groom

    From $84.00

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    • Full Body Clip
    • Tidy up - face, feet, hygiene area
    • Scissor Finish
    • Shampoo & Conditioner
    • Blow Dry
    • Towel Dry
    • Nail Trimming
    • Ear Cleaning
    • Doggy Cologne
    • Shampoo Upgrade
    • Tear Stain Treatment
    • Flea Treatment
    • Fresh Breath Treatment
    • Paw Pad Treatment
  • Bath & Full Groom

    From $69.00

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    • Full Body Clip
    • Tidy up - face, feet, hygiene area
    • Scissor Finish
    • Full Body Brush
    • Shampoo & Conditioner
    • Blow Dry
    • Towel Dry
    • Nail Trimming
    • Ear Cleaning
    • Doggy Cologne
    • Shampoo Upgrade
  • Bath & Tidy Up

    From $54.00

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    • Tidy up - face, feet, hygiene area
    • Full Body Brush
    • Shampoo & Conditioner
    • Blow Dry
    • Towel Dry
    • Ear Cleaning
    • Doggy Cologne

BATH Packages

ADDITIONAL TREATMENTS

As well as dog bath and grooming services we also offer additional grooming services including Sensitive Skin Treatments, Flea, Tick and Worming Application and many others.

Selected Petbarn Grooming Salons also offer cat and small animal services. Please enquire at your local Petbarn Grooming Salon for more details.

  • Sensitive Skin Treatment

    Sensitive Skin Treatment

    $5.00

    Sensitive Skin Treatment

    Relaxing PH balanced skin treatment with extracts of Oatmeal and Aloe Vera for dogs with problem skin

  • Coat Conditioning Treatment

    Coat Conditioning Treatment

    $5.00

    Coat Conditioning Treatment

    Perfect partner to our “Sensitive Skin Treatment” to help repair dry and damaged coats

  • Flea Treatment

    Flea Treatment

    $10.00

    Flea Treatment

    Pet friendly flea rinse is a spray that is applied to the dog’s coat to kill any fleas that are on the dog when in the bath. Please note this is not a flea preventive

  • Tear Stain Treatment

    Tear Stain Treatment

    $5.00

    Tear Stain Treatment

    Eyes cleaned with tear stain remover to help remove the staining around the eyes

  • Fresh Breath Treatment

    Fresh Breath Treatment

    $10.00

    Fresh Breath Treatment

    Brushing the dog’s teeth thoroughly with flavoured toothpaste

  • Paw Pad Treatment

    Paw Pad Treatment

    $5.00

    Paw Pad Treatment

    Pad conditioning treatment with paw balm for dry / chafed paws

  • Flea, Tick and/ or Worming Treatment Application

    Flea, Tick and/ or Worming Treatment Application

    FREE

    Flea, Tick and/ or Worming Treatment Application

    If a customer brings in flea, tick and/ or worming treatment, the groomer will apply the recommended dose to the dog. This is a free service. We do not supply the actual medication

CUSTOMER FEEDBACK

Our professional groomers pet lovers at heart.

We used to take Oscar to a groomer who told us how difficult he was and that he needed to be muzzled and medicated to groom him Properly. After taking him to Petbarn Grooming at Chatswood, we will never go anywhere else again! Our little mate looks amazing! I have never seen Oscar so shiny, sleek and most importantly, happy!

Beverley, NSW

I would just like to let you know that the grooming staff was absolutely amazing! Our dog, Ellie, finds grooming a very unpleasant experience and on top of that in her old age has a few health ailments that trouble her. Ronya was so helpful and so caring towards Ellie and we appreciated it heaps. She is a great staff member and we will be coming back to Petbarn

Annabel, QLD

Today was the second time I have taken my two puppies to be groomed and the service was, once again, absolutely exceptional. The staff are wonderful and gave me exactly what I asked for. I will continue to recommend Petbarn Grooming to everyone I know!

Giuseppe, NSW

Meet our grooming team

Abigail

Abigail

Midland Grooming Salon

At sixteen years old, Abigail was inspired by her work experience in a pet shop. 10 years grooming experience and formal qualifications from the Petsmart Grooming Academy in Canada.

Geire

Geire

Fountain Gate Grooming Salon

From the moment Geire was given her very first dog, her passion for pets was born a qualified Veterinary Nurse and 30 years’ experience as a groomer.

Rochelle

Rochelle

Kedron Grooming Salon

Rochelle started grooming dogs when she was just 16, and her passion for working with dogs and making them look and smell great has grown from there. Now with 5 years’ experience as well as working in two grooming salons in New Zealand.

Our grooming staff are pet lovers trained to professionally groom dogs. If you’d like to join the team, send us your resume at [email protected]

CONTACT A PETBARN GROOMING SALON

To book a grooming appointment, find your nearest Petbarn grooming salon or alternatively send an appointment enquiry with your local grooming salon.

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INFORMATION AND ADVICE

Grooming is a great way to strengthen the bond between you and your dog. Regular grooming plays an important role in keeping your pet healthy and happy.

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How do I clean the tear stains around my dog's eyes?

Tear stains are a common concern for some pet owners, but there are some easy solutions for getting on top of these unsightly marks on your pet's fur.

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How often should I wash my dog?

Has your dog started to smell? That’s usually a pretty good sign that it’s overdue for a wash. It doesn’t have to go that far, so here’s how you can work out a bathing roster going ahead.

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How can I reduce my pet’s shedding?

Our canine companions get rid of old or damaged hair by shedding; it’s a normal process. The good news is you can minimise the amount of hair clogging your home.

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Should you cut your dog’s nails?

Few dog owners enjoy trimming their pet’s nails. So is it okay to skip the clip?

Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to groom my dog?
Dogs come in many different breeds, shapes and sizes. To ensure we give you the best price, the cost of grooming your dog will depend on a few factors such as coat type, condition and the type of groom you are after. To get a quote on your dogs' wash or groom, simply phone your Petbarn Grooming Salon.
How long will it take to groom my pet?
Depending on your pets coat and the type of groom requested, an appointment can take between 1 to 5 hours. You can rest assured that your pampered pet is in good hands.
Do I need to make an appointment for my pet?
It is best to make a grooming appointment to ensure your pet is groomed on a day and time that best suits you.
Do you groom cats?
Some of our stylists do groom cats. Simply phone your local Petbarn Grooming Salon to confirm this service.
What vaccinations does my pet require before grooming?
What vaccinations does my pet require before grooming?
Can I book a grooming appointment online?
You can make a grooming appointment here. Alternatively, contact your local store by phone for more information.
When should I book my puppy in for their first grooming appointment?
If your puppy is 8 weeks or older and has received the minimum vaccination requirements it may be a good time to get your puppy used to a professional groom.

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