Pamper your four-legged friend with a new Christmas spa treatment

The nation’s dogs can prepare to be preened and pampered ahead of the Christmas break, with the launch of the new luxury spa treatment from The Groom Room at Pets at Home.

Available until 31st December for just £10 extra per dog with any grooming service, the new Christmas Spa treatment is a great way to involve pups in the festivities.

The Christmas Spa treatment includes:

  • Two limited edition Christmas shampoo and spritz scents to choose from: Festive Berry Burst or Juniper Berries and Lapp Pine
  • A hydrating butter treatment
  • Teeth clean gel
  • Fresh breath foam
  • A blueberry facial
  • Paw and nose balm

Not only will all dogs leave The Groom Room feeling and smelling fresh and festive, they’ll also be dressed to impress thanks to a complimentary Christmas bow tie (subject to availability) – the perfect accessory to help them join in the family celebrations on Christmas Day.

And with every Christmas Spa treatment booked, a £1 donation will be made to help feed a rescue pet this Christmas while they wait to find their forever home.

The Christmas Spa treatment is the perfect festive treat for beloved pets, but regular grooming is also an essential part of caring for your dog’s health and wellbeing, particularly during the winter months when grooming needs change.

The Groom Room’s friendly team of qualified groomers will always make sure your dog is looking and feeling their best. Winter grooms also help to:

  • Keep pups’ paws neat and trim – to ensure their nails and fur around them are clipped to help prevent big clumps of ice crystals or grit build-up getting trapped in the hair and causing irritation
  • Prevent matting – this can occur more frequently during seasonal shedding periods, such as when the coat changes from summer to winter. In cold winter weather many dogs develop a thicker, fuller coat which also mats more easily
  • Protect your dog’s coat and skin – wet weather means more mud, which despite our best efforts can impact your dog’s coat and skin if not cleaned off properly
  • Clean and trim the ears – which can help prevent infections
  • Spot any problems with the skin or coat – such as wounds, rashes, hot spots or any nasty parasites

Now’s the perfect time to book your dog’s Christmas groom. To make an appointment, pop into your local salon or book online at

Pet owners can find further advice on seasonal grooming on the Pets at Home website: