Shampoo Treatments Explained...

You can combine Shampoo Treatments with your Pooch Package. 

Always feel free to ask and I am more than happy to help.

 

Medicated Shampoo...from $5

A salon quality medicated shampoo is applied during the dog bathing process in salon to sooth and heal the skin.  I allow 10 minutes for the recommended medicated shampoo contact time.

Having an anti-fungal effect against bacteria, yeasts, moulds and fungi, this is an effective treatment of dermatitis and aids in the treatment of ringworm.

Oatmeal Shampoo & Conditioner...from $10

If your dog has sensitive skin prone to flaking, this soothing and nourishing oatmeal shampoo and conditioner treatment ideal.  The oatmeal soothing properties are specifically indicated for animals with itchy, dry skin.  I apply it in the relaxing warm bath and leave the oatmeal shampoo on your pet for the recommended 5 minutes, followed by the oatmeal conditioning treatment.

Deep Conditioning Treatment...from $10

I apply a relaxing PH balanced skin treatment with extracts of Aloe Vera and Oatmeal, the perfect combination to help repair dry skin and coats.  After a shampoo and towel dry, I leave this beautiful coat repair treatment on your pet for the recommended 5 minutes.

Tick and Flea...from $15

I can help you with your bitey annoying flea and tick problems by applying Fido's Flea Shampoo in a warm bath for the recommended 5 minutes before rinsing off and drying thoroughly .  Fido's Flea Shampoo is a pleasant smelling, soap free shampoo containing a natural insecticide pyrethrin.  It kills flea's, tick's and lice on cats, dogs, puppies and kittens.  This flea bath is not a preventative.

Please note - if fleas are found on your pet in salon before or during the bathing process, this shampoo is required and will be applied for this additional treatment fee.

 

Flea Preventative

I use only the very best products recommended by vets for worming, tick and flea control.  I can also give you expert advice on how to rid fleas from your home and pets – see my Parasite Prevention and Control Guidelines.