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About us

Ruth has been working with dogs for more than 20 years. She started off working in a boarding kennels in Wales before taking it over as a live in manager. here she found her passion working with animals. She got to understand many breeds of dogs and their temperaments. She worked with training German Shepherds in tracking and protection.

At the kennels Ruth helped out with the groomer there, this giving her the insight to the grooming world and the love of dog grooming.

She then went on to do a dog grooming diploma, dog grooming practical & theory, salon management, canine health, safety & first aid.

Ruth groomed dogs in Wales before moving to Birmingham and has worked within a very busy grooming parlour for a number of years before setting up her own salon.

Ruth is a great lover of all animals and has had many growing up, from Rabbits, fish, dogs, cats, hamster, gerbil, rescue ducks, stick insects, ferrets to name a few. She now has a toy poodle named Troy and a french bulldog named Ruby,

She also boarded unwanted pets from rescue centres across the midlands until they could be accommodated.

 Ruth has gained her

'Animal Nursing Course'. Diploma

Level 2 and 3 City and Guilds in dog grooming

Teaching certificate

I pride myself on giving an excellent service giving you and your canine 100% attention. I work in a way that your dogs get my full attention at all times that they are with me. They are treated as if they were my own, giving them a lot of love. I take on board their personalities, whether it being strong minded to the most shy of dogs. I have a lot of patience so nothing is rushed with your dogs groom always ensuring the comfort and well being of your dogs comes first. This is my main priority whilst they are here in my care.I will groom to the style that you want. At Clipperz they are home away from home they are able to free roam.

I take health and safety very seriously and occasionally the use of spacious open top kennels are required. Unless they are from the same household, large dogs are not mixed together or mixed with smaller dogs. The kennels are also used if a dog is aggressive, and for emergencies.
The safety and welfare of all dogs and staff are priority.

 

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