Our mission at the DogSpaTM is to provide you with safe and loving services for your dog. DogSpaTM is run by people who are passionate for pets and their health and safety is their prime passion. We are not Bankers/ Managers/ Officials of any sort who have left their jobs to start grooming as a business but are here to provide a professional hygienic and best in class service for the betterment of your pets with an experience in this profession since 2006. With high levels of cleanliness and hygiene, all the equipments and stations are sanitized after every session so as to ensure the wellbeing of pets.
We know that when you go to work you think about your dog all alone at home, and you wonder what he is doing or if he is bored — or, the scariest thought, what he’s chewing up! There are a few simple ways to keep the dog entertained while you’re at work, all of which can ease your mind and allow your pet to have a more enriching and enjoyable time when he is alone.
In essence, accessories are clothing, and there is nothing wrong with clothing your dog. In many areas of the world the temperatures outside during significant periods of the year are freezing cold. The only way to walk your dog in these conditions is to give them some sort of clothing to protect them. Meaning jumpers and maybe even light boots might be needed depending on the terrain. One thing is for certain, accessorising your dog with a tag or collar to keep them safe is a necessity.We offer this service, and it is essential that if you want your dog to be safe if lost, that you accessorise them with an item marked with your contact details.
Dog grooming refers to both the hygienic care and cleaning of a dog, as well as a process by which a dog's physical appearance is enhanced for showing or other types of competition. A dog groomer (or simply "groomer") is a person who earns their living grooming dogs.
Vaccinations have become commonplace for dogs today, as they can effectively prevent potentially serious canine diseases like distemper, rabies, and hepatitis. Not only can regular vaccinations protect your pet’s health, they can also keep the human members of your family healthy as well — some canine illnesses can be transferred to humans.
While annual vaccinations have been the general rule for some time, recent studies have shown that canine vaccinations may be effective for longer periods of time than originally thought. As vaccinations have become safer and better customized to each individual dog, it is becoming more common for veterinarians to recommend less frequent vaccinations that are tailored to your dog’s specific needs. Contact us to know more about the necessary vaccines for your dog!