Welcome to Aliwags.co.uk
I am a small personally run dog grooming business based in Crondall. Ideal for people living in and around Crondall, Fleet, Farnham, Odiham, Farnborough and Aldershot.
Due to my love of animals I have always dreamed of working with animals. So in 2006 I went back to Merrist Wood college to train as a dog groomer. From then on then I worked for myself in the evenings and the weekend around my full time job. After over 10 years I finally decided to concentrate more on the dog grooming side and make this my main career. I moved into my premises in Crondall in 2017 and have been happily working 4 days a week ever since.
I have 2 lovely beagles that love coming to work with me, meeting new people and making friends with my client’s. I have found that having my dogs there also helps to relax some of my anxious clients. Please don’t let this put you off if your dog is not the most sociable as they will happily stay in their crate out the way.
I like to offer an individual service. Which means each client is groomed individually and gets a more personal service. I feel it is important they are not passed from person to person so over time we get to know each other and build a trust between us. This will help your pet feel at ease when it comes to being groomed. I do not believe in using cabinet dryers.
The government guidelines state dog groomers are aloud to resume work by appointment. Please see cfsg.org
You must to follow the procedure in place to minimise the risk of infection. Click here for Covid 19 Procedure
Thanks for all your help and support during this difficult time. I hope you all stay safe and well.
I am open from Wednesday to Saturday each week.
Wednesday - 11 – 8pm
Thursday - 9 -5pm
Friday - 9-5pm
Saturday – 9-5pm
Bookings must be made in advance. I may not be at the salon unless I have a booking.
I will keep you informed of any holidays so you can book your appointments accordingly
Unable to take Giant breeds
Unfortunately I cannot take giant dogs like Saint Bernard’s as I am limited by the size of my bath. Bigger dogs also need to climb up steps to get in the bath.