Grooming Salon

We tend to believe that being clever, intelligent, well-mannered, nice, obedient and loving may be all the qualities a dog should possess. But in addition to all of these, let us not forget the importance of being beautiful and well-groomed: what might be only aesthetics in our opinion is comfort and health for our four-legged friend!

Our grooming salons use only internationally recommended, professional products for achieving the best possible results. A full grooming – according to the breed and lifestyle of your pet – might include a personal consultation, clipping, bathing, drying, brushing or combing, cutting or trimming, plus the treatment of the eyes, teeth, ears, claws, paws and anal glands.

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Grooming services:

Prior to starting the grooming process, our clients have the opportunity to consult with the groomer and speak through their needs and expectations. Our colleague will, according to the breed and habits of the dog, recommend the appropriate grooming method and content, but – as always – the last word will always be that of the owner.

As dog owners and lovers we know that in some cases clients might bath, sometimes also groom their pet themselves. However, for a truly aesthetic and professional result and thereby the lasting maintenance of the dog's health we recommend a professional grooming session every 8-10 weeks.

Whitening of the eye- and mouth region:


Many dogs, but especially their owners suffer from the dog’s coat around the mouth and eyes turning brown, often caused by a misappropriate nutrition; these spots are a well-visible and not too fortunate and aesthetic. In our Pest location you can try out our revolutionary eye- and mouth-region whitener, exclusively with products from the US. The treatment (3 x 20 minutes) will be done during the regular grooming session, making the entire process only approx. 30 minutes longer. The procedure needs to be repeated 3 times (every week), in order to reach the final result. The entire process can be repeated every second month, if needed.

Plaque and Tartar Removal:


Dental plaque and tartar are responsible for a number of illnesses, including, but not limited to bad breath, gum inflammation, parodontium inflammation, and loss of teeth. Plaque and tartar removal is/was normally performed in anaesthesia on our dogs, which means a substantial strain and stress for them. Not long ago, however, a tooth cleaning device was invented in Austria capable of producing ultrasound.

The application of ultrasound has a preventive effect against all sorts of tooth-related diseases. The component toothpaste creates microbubbles, which loosen up the plaque and tartar structure. The energy of the ultrasound penetrates 12 mm deep into the gum, where it kills bacteria and stimulates the tissue.

As we are performing this intervention while the dog is fully awake (neither anaesthetic, nor sedation), we can only provide service for calm and friendly pets. We, unfortunately, cannot treat dogs with severely neglected teeth, but can certainly help in recognizing this state and provide counsel or recommendation. The device does not buzz, shake, and the intervention is totally painless. We provide a fully professional and safe treatment for your beloved dog.

Our grooming salon offers services in the following fields, among others:

  • Healthcare treatment:
    • Cutting the claws
    • Paw hair cut
    • Haircut above and in front of the eyes
    • Anal hair cut
    • Anal gland treatment
    • Ear hair cut, ear cleaning
    • Eye cleaning
  • Dematting, Clipping, Stripping
  • Thorough cold/hot bathing
  • Drying
  • Combing/Brushing
  • Cutting/Trimming/Style trimming (standard, hobby, fantasy)


Dog grooming colleagues

Szén Terézia


Terézia has had dogs since her earliest childhood. She has had Airedale Terriers since 2001, and it was during their grooming that she decided she’d become a groomer too. She received her dog groomer’s diploma in January 2016, and the rehabilitation dog masseuse degree the same year. She is a supporter of guide dogs. Many years of seminars, experience and trainings have had Terézia to become one of the best dog groomers in Budapest.

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B Tóth Sarolta


Saci graduated as a professional dog groomer in 2007, with excellent results. She has a dog past spanning over 18 years, starting with the Miniature Poodle, after which she became a Boxer fanatic, a passion still lasting today. Saci’s favourites also include the Westie. She does dog sports, flyball and also dog training, as Saci is a professional dog trainer at the same time, having been a tutor in dog schools in and around Budapest.

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Katona Kinga


Kinga has been crazy about dogs since her childhood. For over 9 years now, she has been both a dog and cat owner, and she grooms them too, regularly. In her free time she reads professional books and publications, she deems her professional progress as extremely important. Kinga is a regular guest on dog events, exhibitions. She graduated in 2010 as a dog groomer, and has ever since developed into one of the best in our grooming team.

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Simon Kitti


Kitti has been a dog lover since her earliest childhood, having grown up among dogs and having taken care of them. Today, she shares her apartment with three dogs: an American Staffordshire Terrier and two Yorkies. Becoming a professional dog groomer has long been her dream so she obtained her groomer diploma in 2017 and has worked in the profession ever since. She loves all breeds and is a member of our Sugár Mall team.

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Dúl Klaudia


Klaudia has been a huge animal fan since her early childhood and decided, thus, very early on to devote her life to dogs professionally. She graduated in 2010 as a pro dog groomer and has been working as such ever since. Currently Klaudia shares her home with five Brazilian Bull Mastiffs, with whom she is a regular participant in Hungarian and international competitions. Klaudia, one of the best in Hungary, is also an avid promoter of animal welfare.

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Stefán Vivien


Vivien has shared her space with dogs since her birth – her family had two Bernese when she was born. After that arrived a little black street terrier, then came Diogenes, the German Vizsla. Nowadays Vivien is sharing her apartment with Opus, the German Dog. She obtained her dog groomer’s diploma in 2020 and has been in our Buda groomers’ team since 2022.

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Sipos Veronika


Veronika was only five when the family got their first dog, a German Shepherd. With 11 she got her first own dog, though, a Newfoundland. They lived 12 years together. After that Veronika volunteered in many shelters and adopted Mona, a Jack Russel dachshund mix. Veronika got her dog grooming diploma in 2019 but she did so excellently that we immediately decided to keep her in our dog grooming salon in Óbuda.

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Nagy Alexandra


Alexandra was already a pet owner when she was 7 – a Westie, whom she accompanied to the grooming salon regularly. She was always surrounded by animals: dogs, cats and horses. Alexandra lives with two cats. She obtained her first diploma in 2019 in the agrarian field, then followed the dog grooming diploma. Her favourite breeds are the Shiba Inu, the Border Collie and the Fox Terrier. Alexandra is a member of our Buda team.

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Jakab Eugénia


Gina has been a dog aficionado since her earliest childhood – the world of dogs is her favourite. It is for this reason that she decided to become a pet professional. Gina obtained the dog groomer’s licence in 2019, followed by the pet handler diploma in 2021. She has lived among animals ever since – as of today she lives with an English Cocker Spaniel and is an esteemed colleague in our city-centre dog grooming salon.

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