Paws & All

Dog Grooming Salon

Professional grooming services for your love-able furry friends

About Us

Welcome to Paws & All. I am a qualified City & Guilds dog groomer with a huge passion for what i do. I pride myself on giving a professional, caring service and treat your furry love ones as my own. Our modern equipped salon caters for all breeds regardless of how small or large your dog is. We offer a safe, caring, comfortable environment filled with cuddles.

It is essential your dog has a grooming routine to keep them happy and healthy. I offer a variety of services which cater for any breed and will adapt to the behavior of the dog. 

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Our Services

10% Off for your first visit

Including free Consultation


Call us today for prices and any questions you have.

Prices will depend on the breed, size, coat conditions and behavior as every dog is individual, and so will their needs.
We will accept any breed, but how long each groom will take will be dependent on what groom process is being done.

CALL TODAY ON                  07507 706 832

FACEBOOK                           @doggroomingpawsandall

Where are we

  • 27 West Castle Street, Bridgnorth WV16 4AD, UK
  • There is limited parking for 40 Minutes outside shop, but there is plenty of space to stop and drop off outside the shop front.

Animal Welfare act 2006

Animal Welfare act 2006
As a dog groomer, it is my responsibility to meet your pet's needs whilst they are under my care, as per the Animal Welfare Act 2006.  I will treat your dog as one of my own.

The Animal Welfare Act 2006 makes owners and keepers responsible for ensuring that the welfare needs of their animals are met. These include the need:
  • for a suitable environment (place to live)
  • for a suitable diet
  • to exhibit normal behavior patterns
  • to be housed with, or apart from, other animals (if applicable)
  • to be protected from pain, injury, suffering and disease
Anyone who is cruel to an animal, or does not provide for its welfare needs, may be banned from owning animals, fined up to £20,000 and/or sent to prison.
The Animal Welfare Act 2006 contains the general laws relating to animal welfare. It is an offence to cause unnecessary suffering to any animal. Unlike previous legislation, the Act applies to all animals on common land. The Act contains a Duty of Care to animals - this means that anyone responsible for an animal must take reasonable steps to make sure the animal’s needs are met. This means that a person has to look after an animal’s welfare as well as ensure that it does not suffer and apply to all animals.

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