Washing and Grooming

Grooming is an important part of pet care. Depending on the breed, age,and health of your pet, grooming may even need to be a part of you and your pet’s daily routine. Many breeds require less grooming than this, but regular grooming always helps to keep your pet healthy and comfortable.  Some breeds don't shed their hair effectively (eg. Poodles) and require grooming by a professional every 6-8 weeks. Longhaired cats and rabbits can particularly benefit from regular grooming as it helps prevent the formation of knots on the skin and hairballs in the stomach.


Treat Your Pet to a Day Spa

Our Eden Clinic provides a professional salon service using quality veterinary products. Pambula unfortunately doesn't have the facilities for bathing.

Our professional groomer, Renata Paterson, is available on Wednesdays by appointment. She has a range of specialised grooming tools like curry brushes, clippers, stripping combs, slicker brushes, rakes and dryers. These tools enable her to tailor the grooming service to the particular needs of your pet, for an overall optimum result. Renata can also offer you the best advice about the most suitable grooming style for your pet, so please don't hesitate to ask her if you have any questions at all.

Your pet can also be washed with a suitable shampoo and conditioner. This makes all the difference in the grooming stage and really brings out the shine in your pet's coat.


Our facilities include:

  • Bathing & Drying
  • Brushing
  • Clipping
  • Nail clipping
  • Ear and dental checks included
  • Skin conditions catered for

So book an appointment today - call us on (02) 6496 1252. Booking in advance will help you to avoid any disappointment on busier days.

Grooming at Home

We encourage you to also engage in regular grooming with your pet at home. There are numerous benefits of regular grooming, for example:

  • Decreased chance of skin problems
  • Optimal skin cleanliness and comfort for you and your pet
  • Improved monitoring of health issues like cuts, heat, swelling, lameness, or changes in temperament.
  • Enhanced behavioural routines with obedient submission during grooming periods
  • Closer bonding with your pet through regular contact