February 2021 Issue 1
|Rabbit & Guinea Pig “SPA” Pampering and Grooming|
|Your special small companions need to feel looked after too! Here at Furry Friends, we have the experience to provide grooming with a wide variety of breeds of guinea pig and rabbit companions – smooth, long, backwards, rough, wiry, frizzy, all hair types catered for. We look after every guest furry as if they were part of the family.
“Mike was amazing to our wee Bluebell, she was a little furball but after a few chilled hours at Furry Friends she looked like a rabbit again”
G & J Blair
Your small furry friend needs to be groomed regularly. Regular brushing keeps their coat in great condition, preventing the formation of matts which can irritate the skin and lead to infections or the deadly disease flystrike. Particularly in hot weather conditions.
Although your pet normally grooms themselves, a regular coat treatment removes excess fur that might be ingested otherwise, and cause problems with hairballs. Lastly, a good brush helps your pet get used to being handled and allows you to check for lumps or bumps that should not be there.
In addition to looking after your pet’s coat, on request you can book for their nails to be trimmed and filed
During their spa treatments at Furry Friends, we use aromatherapy calming remedies to ensure your pets stay is as stress-free as possible
On Day of Treatment
We normally arrange for your pet to dropped off by 11am During their stay they have access to indoor accommodation with fresh hay water and light handling as appropriate.
Your pet will not be rushed, we give them plenty of time and go at their pace. At the end of their treatment, you will be contacted to arrange pick up, usually by 4pm.
– Aromatherapy treatment
– Hair conditioning and cut
– £ 16.00
An additional dry Shampoo which can improve overall well being of your pet and remove unwanted odour and soiling. Recommended if your furry friend is urine staining or bottom soiling – this can make a difference
Most rabbits & guinea pigs in the wild, maintain their nails short with foraging and digging in the undergrowth. Your pets however may need a little extra help to support their nails to be at a healthy length. Nails can be trimmed and filed, particularly needed if the nails are curling. Every effort will be made for safe nail care, however, if there is any history your pet’s nails are sensitive bleeders please inform us prior to treatment. Your pet’s comfort comes first and if they are unduly stressed, treatment will not be progressed. A partial refund will be given if this occurs
Nails £10.00 (including aromatherapy calmer)
Should a pet arrive with a coat badly matted or very overgrown nails which incur significan t treatment time an additional charge will be made. To avoid this we recommend 6 – 8 weekly grooming sessions.
1. Spa Grooming session
2. Coat conditioning
3. Healthcare Check
4. Nails trimmed & conditioned