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Dog Groomer close to Carhaix

Posted by bella-382361 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by solitaire-387794 - 3 years ago

Thank you for the recommendation!  much appreciated - I actually prefer the name Perfect Paws!  hope you are all well and not getting too wet and muddy!!

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Posted by solitaire-387794 - 3 years ago

Hi - just to say that the previous reply from Alan was me!  Sarah at Posh Paws - not perfect paws - I imagine you are sorted now!

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Posted by HarleyRider58 - 3 years ago

Posh Paws....  100%     We are clients...

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Posted by bella-382361 - 3 years ago

Thyankyou for your recomendations

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Posted by harleyal - 3 years ago

We took our dog to Sarah at Perfect Paws today. Our dog was living rough until last year so was not used to and does not like to be handled to much. Sarah done a loverly job, was very patient with the dog and us. Would recomend her without a doubt.

 

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Posted by ferrandiere - 3 years ago

Hi, I always use Susie Moore of Cuts for Mutts, she is excellent.

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Posted by solitaire-387794 - 3 years ago

Hi - not sure if it was me?  I am in Plevin just outside Carhaix - Posh Paws - On my facebook page I offer a puppy socialisation groom up to 6 months of age wash, dry, etc etc for 20 euros. A groom for dogs over 6 months is dependant on breed, condition etc etc.  You can contact me on 0296 298 270 if you would like an appointment.  

Many thanks - Sarah at Posh Paws

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Posted by mobee - 3 years ago

We always use Susie Moore at Cuts Fur Mutts.  She's between Caraix and Gourin. email her at cutsfurmutts@gmail.com  or phone 02 98 99 53 18

 

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Posted by Kerroux - 3 years ago

There is a mobile one that goes to Callac market but I don't know how good or bad they are.

Why not do it yourself.I have a border terrier and they say she should be stripped but as I don't show or breed from her I clip her.I got the clippers from Amozan .fr .Took a couple of goes to learn which is the best way of doing it but now i have no probs.

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Posted by bella-382361 - 3 years ago

Yes, so we found out when his coat got as bit too long.  His coat grows quite quickly so I have to clip him sometimes. .  It is very fine and curly and very rarely knots up with having a shower.