Since the easing of lockdown, Clipsters have been inundated with lots of brilliant, but quite hairy, special friends. And with so many new special friends out there over the last 12 months, it’s become a bit tricky for us to keep up. Firstly, a HUGE thank you to all of our customers, and especially thoseContinue reading “Busy, Busy, Busy”
19th December Update: following London moving to Tier 4 restrictions Clipsters will only be open for grooming where a dog’s welfare is an issue. If you’re unsure whether it is appropriate to groom your dog during this time, please get in touch or see our update here. Otherwise we will be happy to discuss bookingContinue reading “Clipsters December Opening”
Clipsters will continue to offer grooming services in November ONLY if a dog’s welfare demands it.
Some dogs will be more unsure of the grooming process and need more reassurance throughout the groom. If you know your dog can be anxious then please tell your groomer when you make an appointment. As a groomer, I am always happy and ready to work with dogs who can be a bit ‘grumpy’ orContinue reading “Grooming Anxious and Nervous Dogs”
Brushing your dog’s coat is important. As well as providing excellent bonding time with your dog, regular brushing keeps a coat healthy, looking good, and can prevent knotting (where hair is tangled together) and matting (a tight, compacted knot which forms a flat patch of hair). And that means your groomer won’t have to shaveContinue reading “How to brush your dog”
How Clipsters make a puppy’s first groom a positive experience
In line with government and Kennel Club advice, Clipsters are carefully moving to LIMITED opening with strict precautions in order to ensure the safety of our customers and dogs. From Monday 4th May we will be booking appointments for all grooming services. We are taking extra precautions including: Dealing with only one dog at a time andContinue reading “Clipsters Limited Opening – Coronavirus Update”
Clipsters’ first update introducing Clipsters dog groomers in Waltham Forest