7 Posh Pet Groomers In Hong Kong
Looking to pamper your pet? From imported Japanese and Korean bathing products to special grooming techniques, we're listing seven of Hong Kong's finest groomers to cater to your pets every need.
1/7 Paw Palace
Paw Palace offers high-end products and services combined with the idea of "five elements of nature" in a unique Japanese-style hot spring hotel. Expect nothing but quality grooming services provided with the finest Japanese and Korean products.
Paw Palace isn't just a spa and salon, it also has a boutique and wellness clinic.
Paw Palace, 4A&B Po Foo Building, 1 Foo Ming Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2576 3999, facebook.com/PawPalaceHongKong
2/7 Whiskers N Paws
Whiskers N Paws is a pet paradise. Located in Ap Lei Chau's Horizon Plaza, the spacious pet store come groomers stocks a wide range of supplies, including dog and cat food, treats, toys, accessories and more. The store also offers a full menu of grooming services for your pampered pooch, with the friendly staff taking care of everything from nail and coat trimming to shampoo and conditioning, teeth brushing and more.
If you prefer to do it yourself, the store also houses a self washing station, equipped with everything you need to leave your dog looking (and smelling) great.
Whiskers N Paws, 10/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing St, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong, +852 2552 6200, wnp.com.hk
3/7 Fluffy Little Things
Fluffy Little Things offer massages, professional grooming services and even daycare services for parents with busy schedules. Created to provide a space where humans and their pets can spend time together, there's an indoor and outdoor terrace for both parties to relax and unwind.
And did we mention the super cute photo booths?
Fluffy Little Things, 1/F, 21 Wood Road, Wan Chai, +852 2368 9833, fluffy.com.hk
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4/7 Hot Tails Salon
Hot Tails Salon offers a range of fine shampoos, deep conditioning treatments and baths, along with relaxing aroma spas and even mud spas for your pet. With a full-service styling salon on site, your pet is groomed to perfection by their gentle, skillful and experienced staff.
There's also plenty of snacks and chew toys on offer, so your pet can stay occupied throughout their spa day.
Hot Tails Salon, 1st Floor, 1 Sing Woo Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong, +852 2892 2226, facebook.com/HotTailsSalon
5/7 Private i Concept Store
This pet-friendly concept store offers a whole host of options for your pooch. Along with pet grooming services, Private i has its own veterinary clinic, animal nutrition centre, dog training facilities, doggy day care and a dedicated dog pool.
The pet spa menu includes indulgent treats such as mud and milk spas and massages, along with traditional coat trims.
Private i Concept Store, Shop A, G/F & 1/F, 9 Kingston Street, Fashion Walk, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2577 2239, privateiconceptstore.com
Located in Kennedy Town, Dogger is a neighbourhood groomer that's run by doting dog owners themselves. Some customers even travel all the way from Tuen Mun to Dogger for the professional grooming services, so you know it's got to be good.
Besides grooming, the salon also offers obedience training, daycare and pet supplies.
Dogger, 98 Catchick Street, Sai Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2388 4088, facebook.com/hkdogger
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7/7 Ruff & Fetch
With locations in both Stanley and Jordan, Ruff & Fetch caters to your pets every need. The fully certified and experienced groomers will make sure your furry friends look their very best – even offering a dedicated shuttle service to pick up your pet for its pampering day.
Along with grooming, Ruff & Fetch stocks an array of pet treats and products, as well as offering pet hotel and day care services.
Ruff & Fetch, Shop, The Paseo, 7 Kwun Chung Street, Jordan, Hong Kong, +852 2348 0262; Shop 302, Stanley Plaza, 23 Carmel Road, Stanley, Hong Kong, +852 2348 0272, ruffandfetch.com
This article was originally published on July 26, 2017 and was updated on 26 June, 2020.