Spa Treatment Gold Coast


Experienced Doggie Day Spa Treatment Gold Coast QLD

Get your pets pampered with our exclusive dog day spa Gold Coast QLD. We have a range of dog spa services to suit the needs of each dog. We use recommended products, solutions and powders for your pets to ensure that they are safe and healthy. Our organic pet spa is designed to offer deep spa services that would benefit pets such as dogs and puppies. We use natural and organic products as they are free from chemicals and good for your dog’s skin.

Range Of Dog Day Spa Services Gold Coast QLD

The dog day spa services include –

  • Dog Massage Gold Coast, QLD
    Our dog grooming services include massaging your dog as it helps to improve bodily activities such as digestion, respiration and circulation and promoting wellness and healing.
  • Deep Conditioning & Re-moisturizing Gold Coast
    Our doggie day spa emphasizes on this service as a dog conditioner can help in retaining natural oils on a dog’s coat, especially if your pet has long hair. Conditioning protects the moisture of the skin and prevents tangling.

  • Bubble baths, Warm Water Baths, Blow-Dry
    Get your doggy pampered with bubble baths. These are good for dogs and puppies to help heal allergies and skin issues, and for senior and aged dogs and hip dysplasia dogs. This bath removes trapped dirt, bacteria, odour, and itching.
  • Pawdicure
    If pedicure is for humans, pawdicure is for dogs. The dog uses it paws a lot and touches many stuffs as it walks. Our specialised organic pet spa check, clean and trim the nails regularly and apply moisturizer to avoid cracking and breaking of nails during summer and winter months.


If the dog is an inside dog then it is advisable to bath it once a week. If you have an outside dog then every 2-3 months is acceptable if it is not a long haired breed.

Minimum every 6 weeks & every 4 weeks in high summer. You can also alternate between a Face Feet and Tail and a Full Clip year round. Over the summer period a dog should be clipped 3 to 4 times over the summer months in Queensland.

Yes, they can become depressed due to their inability to move freely as matting under the arms and hind legs restricts movement. The skin in extreme cases can become Necrotic and die off causing septicemia. This will be a very expensive visit to the Vet.

This is a common skin condition experienced by dogs that have very sensitive skins. It generally occurs in the nether regions by either young dogs who’s skin is not yet conditioned to being shaved or white and apricot breeds.

Hot Spots are caused by an infection of the epidermis. Caused by either fleas, mites or matting. It becomes a breeding ground for Bacteria which is exacerbated by excessive scratching due to the nails breaking the skin of the animal during scratching and therefore leaving the door open to infection.

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