Helping you take care of your furry friends!
For over 10 years, we have been serving the pets and families of the Lydney area of the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. We provide care for your pet as if they were our own, and ensure that they receive the highest quality care.
At Bilbo's your pet will be groomed by Marion, a City and Guilds trained and qualified groomer who regularly attends grooming seminars and events to keep abreast of all the newest grooming techniques and equipment available. This ensures your pet is groomed to the very highest standards.
Bilbo’s Pet Grooming is an approved member of the British Dog Groomers Association and Marion is a member of the Pet Industry Federation, so you can have peace of mind knowing that while your pet is in our care it will be groomed to the highest standard and will be given the greatest level of care at all times.
Our grooming services include:
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
We understand the needs of injured and ailing pets and therefore are able to offer grooming to pets with special needs. We know that some pets are unable to stand for long periods of time required for grooming, some pets have difficulty standing if able at all. These pets should be bathed and groomed by professionals that understand how to make their experience not only pleasant but one that doesn’t exacerbate current conditions.
A gentle introduction to the grooming experience. The Puppy Induction consists of 3 sessions. We will cover handling, bathing, table, drying, clippers, and scissors as appropriate to breed. We will reward your puppy with lots of cuddles and playtime. Our aim is to make the experience enjoyable to help your puppy look forward to being pampered for the rest of their lives.
Ideally, your puppy should start going to the groomer as soon as possible after they have completed their course of initial vaccinations but Bilbo’s Puppy Induction is available for puppies up to 6 months of age.
4 out of 5 dogs over 2 years of age have dental problems caused by plaque and tartar. An effective remedy is a regularly scheduled oral hygiene routine using an ultrasonic toothbrush!
Ultrasound supports the destruction of bacteria on the teeth and the gum, up to 12mm deep into the gingival pockets. As it makes no noise at all, it doesn't even vibrate, it is especially brilliant for dogs that don't easily tolerate having their teeth brushed because with ultrasound, you do not have to 'brush'!
Ultrasound effectively combats:
By using ultrasound teeth cleaning as part of a regular scheduled routine, you can avoid expensive vet visits for treatment which would also include your dog being fully anaesthetised.
First Visit £35 which includes an initial consultation and your pet's own toothbrush head. The initial visit will last 30 minutes.
Follow-up Visits £15 Follow-up visits will last 15 minutes and be done during your dogs’ grooming sessions.
Call or text us on 07818 044415 to schedule an appointment. Or, send us a message, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
GL15 4AX, Lydney, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom