Pretty Pups Dog Groomer Chorley

Here is a list of some of the services I provide at Pretty Pups.

Full Dog Grooming Service

Bathing and Drying using the best quality shampoo’s, conditioners and pawfume’s.
Cut/Tidy up with clippers and Scissors.
Nail Clipping if the dog will allow me to.


As every dog is individual all prices could vary slightly dependent on the coat condition, the dogs lifestyle and the requirements of the owner. Here is a guide on what sort of price you can expect to pay at Pretty Pups. If your dog is not listed below and you would like an idea on price then please contact me.

If the coat is very badly matted, then please see the information below the prices section.

Wash, Brush and Blow Dry – Prices start from £15 and are dependent on size, coat type and condition. Please ask for details.

Full groom £25
Example Breed – Yorkshire Terrier, West Highland Terrier, King Charles Cavalier, Labrador.

Full groom £30 
Example Breed –  Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, Maltese, Miniature Schnauzer, Maltipoo, Cavapoo, Cavachon, Pomeranian, Cocker Spaniel, Springer Spaniel.

Full groom £35

German Shepherd, Cockapoo, Poodle (miniature/toy), Scottish Terrier, Bedlington Terrier, Bichon Frise, Cockapoo, Golden Retriever, Flat coat Retriever, Border Collie, Schnauzer (standard), German Shepherd

Full groom £40
Example Breed – Cockapoo (Standard poodle size), Labradoodle, Old English Sheep Dog, Bearded Collie, Poodle (Standard), Rough Collie, Samoyed, Shnauzer (giant).


Matted Coats


Knotted and matted coats – Often matted coats happen because the dogs guardian/owner isn’t familiar with the double coated breeds and how to care for them in between grooms. This is something I can help you with. First of all, I need to make the dog comfortable then I can offer advice on what brushes to use and how to maintain the coat mid groom, so please don’t be worried about asking. The sooner you bring your dog to me then the kinder it is for them.

If the coat is in a poor state there may be an extra charge. The reason for this is because it will take extra time to get through the knots and if matted it will take longer to remove the coat plus my blades and scissors will need to be sharpened more often as they go blunt quicker, which is costly.

When a coat is in a poor state it is really uncomfortable for the dog as they can not self regulate their temperature (they will overheat in summer as the skin can’t breath and they will be cold in winter as the undercoat will remain damp). A matted coat will pull tight on the skin causing the skin to become sore and itchy and can lead to infections. If the coat is found to be in poor condition it will need to be clipped very short and can be re-shaped at the next visit.