Looking Good and Feeling Great
Let us take the hassle out of bath time for your dog! Here at the hospital our nurses will clip your cat or dog, bathe them, trim their nails and send them home looking and smelling beautiful!
Enfield Veterinary Hospital is pleased to offer grooming services for animals that require sedation to facilitate the clip. This may be cats or dogs who become fearful and stressed at grooming salons and therefore cannot be clipped conscious.
We do not do clipping for conscious animals, but we can certainly recommend many local dog groomers who do a fantastic job.
- Paws in Style
- (02) 9798 5779
- 75 Georges River Rd, Croydon Park NSW 2133
- 0411 398 395
- Croydon Park location
- Hollywood Pets
- 0450 007 999
- 3/125 Great N Rd, Five Dock NSW 2046
- Mimi’s Dog Village
- (02) 8094 9171
- 136 Smith St, Summer Hill NSW 2130
While we are not professional groomers, we offer comfort grooming. Short back and sides is our specialty here at Enfield Vet, and we unfortunately do not offer breed specific clips.
For all cats we will need to have them under sedation (for their emotional sake & our safety) to do full clipping (“Lion Clip” or “Belly & Pants”), thorough brushing of knots or bathing.
We do offer conscious bathing for dogs only, and can provide medicated baths should your dogs skin require it.
Just call the hospital to discuss your pets needs with one of our nurses and book this in. Grooming services are available from Monday to Friday only.
We run grooming services by appointment only and they are subject to staff availability.
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Enfield Veterinary Hospital has been serving the pet community for longer than any other vet in the South West of Sydney including the suburbs of Enfield, Strathfield, Strathfield South, Homebush, Burwood, Croydon, Croydon Park, Concord, Ashfield, Belfield, Campsie, Greenacre and the surrounding areas of the greater Inner West of Sydney. We have been part of the local landscape for almost 40 years. One of our partners, Dr Catherine Brett, has been caring for pets of the community for over 20 years.