Established in 2019 as a dog walking company, Woof Times has expanded rapidly to become a one-stop-shop for all your pet service requirements. 2020 saw Woof Times incorporate dog grooming, dog walking, home sitting/pet visits, pet taxi services, as well as gaining a home boarding licence.
The dog walking team offer one-to one walks, rather than walking in packs. Dogs get exclusive care and attention this way, with photo updates and flexible walk times to suit both the dogs, and their owners’ routines.
Having recognised the demand for a wider range of pet services, Woof Times started operating their grooming salon from Steeple Claydon. Staffed by City and Guilds qualified groomers, the team is capable of grooming any breed, any style, any sized dog and using any grooming technique. Offering everything from puppy introduction grooms, clip-offs, ‘teddy bear’ trims, scissor trims, full handstrips to de-sheds, the Woof Times grooming team have the equipment and skills to accomplish beautiful grooms every time .
Beautiful grooms deserve beautiful smiles so the Woof Times salon has on-site ultrasonic teeth cleaning equipment as an additional service.
The amazing feedback and demand for these grooming services, has meant that the Woof Times grooming team have quickly outgrown the current salon space and are in the final throws of fitting out a custom built salon in Hogshaw.
Woof Times are thrilled to announce that the new salon will be opening on Friday 7th August, offering the same professional grooming services, alongside a new retail zone. When the team picked the location for the new salon, they wanted to ensure that they were able to reach out to both new and existing customers. Woof Times offer a collection and drop-off service for all four-legged visitors to the salon.
Woof Times looks forward to welcoming all of their customers, and future customers to their premises. Staff will be ready and waiting to answer any questions you may have about any of the Woof Times services.
‘Never any rough times with Woof Times …’