Welcome to Tails of Cornwall

     About Us        

Tails of Cornwall is a purpose built, fully insured, dog grooming studio conveniently based in Mid Cornwall. It is 5 minutes from the A30 Cornwall Services at Victoria and close to Withiel in the beautiful quiet hamlet of Retire.

We offer a friendly one to one professional grooming service which can be tailored to your dogs specific requirements, whether it be to breed standards or a pet trim.

Animal welfare is of the utmost importance, we aim to give your dog an enjoyable & positive experience.

Sherry has a lifelong passion for animals particularly with dogs & horses. 

She is City & Guilds qualified and was trained by award winning Master Groomer Eve J Somers of AbbFabb Academy of Dog Groomers Training.

Sherry holds a certificate in Canine First Aid.

She also continues to expand her knowledge & professional development with a special interest in Canine Behaviour & massage

 

 

The Grooming     Studio

In our Studio, which is located within a two acre paddock, we have a walk in bath with step allowing larger dogs easy access into the bath, it also has an insertable shelf for our little buddies too.

Our Hydraulic grooming table takes up to 110kg and lowers enough to allow those larger dogs to step on & off so they will never be expected to jump on or off a high table or bath risking a strain or injury.

All dogs are hand dried with a finishing dryer, absolutely no cabinet dryers!

Dogs will be provided with fresh drinking water and are given regular comfort breaks.

If you & your special friend would like to visit us, feel free to contact us so we can make ourselves available for you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Necessities of Grooming

Did you know...

....your dog is protected by the Animal Welfare Act 2006?

As a dog owner you have a duty, by law, to provide your pet with the following needs, known as...

'The Five Freedoms'

  • Freedom from thirst & hunger by providing your pet with fresh water, an adequate & suitable diet
  • Freedom to exhibit normal behavioural patterns by ensuring your pet has adequate space & facilities
  • Freedom to be housed with or apart from other animals providing suitable company
  • Freedom from pain, injury & disease by prevention & seeking prompt diagnosis & treatment in the event of injury or illness
  • Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment, giving shelter & somewhere comfortable to rest