Dog nails clipped From £10
Appointment only no walk ins
Please Note prices are always based on dogs and cats with a good temperament and those who are groomed regulary.
Priory Bark has the right to refuse an animal who shows sign of risk to themselves or the Groomer. We do not except any animal that is extremely vocal, we are a residential premises and we love and respect our neighbours. TIA
A Full Dog Groom includes
x2 Blueberry facials
Nails clipped and or filed
Ears cleaned & hair is reduced
Two shampoo's from a wide selection of appropriate shampoo
Coat conditioning treatment (unsuitable for some coats)
High velocity Blast and or Blow dry
Coat clip and scissor cut finish.
A choice of perfume
Full groom prices start from as little as £28
For Full Groom breed prices Click
Mineral Cell regeneration £10
Luxurious Madra Mor Spa treatment
Highly recommended for dogs with sensitive irritated skin.
This 30 minute pamper really calms itchy skin to promote healing also includes a rhythmic massage
Wash and Blast from £12
Available during warm months only as your dogs coat will be damp not fully dry.
Tough Mudder £20
Get rid of grime with this wash, blast and blow-dry.
Large-ex large breeds £25
Double coated breeds start from £35.
An extra charge will be applied if your dog is matted.
Hand-stripping from £25
Available for wire coated breeds at an hourly rate or full strip prices based on breed. See price guide.
Ultrasonic Dental Hygiene
North London's 1st Emmi-Pet qualified salon!
This hugely successful non porous oral treatment has proven a huge success in eradicating plaque at minimal costs.
Motion and soundless dental hygiene with no sedation.
Great for dogs too old for sedation or used regulary as a maintenance clean.
For serious teeth concerns you must always consult with your vet.
A grooming salon is a scary place for a pet, they are separated from there owners in a strange smelling place with incredibly loud noises. Some dogs cope with this but most dogs don't. To help them become accustomed to a salon puppy introductions are advised. At Priory Bark we are offer calm, gentle and fun introductions to grooming for your puppy at a very reasonable price.
Super Puppy Package Deal £70
x4 weekly 1hr slots plus a full groom. Highly recommended!
Slot 1. Lots of play and fun around the salon whilst introducing each loud element of a working salon gradually and safely. And if ready a bath!
Slot 2. Bath and blow-dry, Nails clipped and ears cleaned
Slot 3. Bath and Blow dry. Introduction of the clippers with a hygiene clip.
Slot 4. Introduction to scissoring and safe handling techniques Slot 5. Full groom
At Priory Bark we believe in giving your pups the best introduction to the sounds and sensations of a working salon... but one step at a time. That's why we offer a Super Puppy Package Deal for Just £70.
You get 4 salon 1 hr visits plus a full groom with your pup for only £70 !!
This involves all the above four sessions then on your 5th visit you actually get a full groom at no extra cost.
Because we truly believe in gentle little steps!
Available until they're 6months old.
All 5 slots must be redeemed with 7weeks of payment or any remaining slots will not be honoured and no refund given. The purpose is to get your puppy into a routine becoming comfortable and excepting of the grooming procedure.
Happy Puppy £25 Duration : 1.5 hrs Suitable age : ASAP
This service depends on your puppies response but we usually have your puppy bathed, dried, nails clipped and a hygiene clip too!
Please note ; You will NOT get a full groom with your puppy.
If this is what you would like then you pay a full groom adult price or take advantage of the Super Puppy Package.
Available until they're 6months old.
Anal Glands £10
Vets express glands from inside (which is better) and groomers tend to express from the outside which is effective in some cases. Recent research indicates automatically expressing anal glands loses muscle tone. Soft stools could be one of the reasons your dog shows signs of anal irritation as a harder stool would help this process naturally. Always seek advice from your vet!