Jim’s Mobile Dog Wash & Grooming

Jim’s Dog Wash offers professional mobile dog grooming services to all dogs right across New Zealand. If you proudly own one or more dogs who simply need a good freshen up or something a bit more such as a full clip or complete groom then we’re here to help. Maybe you’re pet-sitting for a friend or relative and want to surprise them with a clean fresh pooch when they return home. Either way Jim’s Dog Wash can help you now!

  • Dog Washing
  • Dog Grooming
  • De-shedding
  • Nail Clipping
  • Flea & Tick Removal
  • Clipping & Styling
  • Dog Walking

We Come To You!

Our team of fully trained groomers come to you. Your best friend will be our only customer, there are no queues, no other dogs, no cages and best of all, you don’t have to do the drop off and pick up from the salon!

Jim’s Dog Wash Franchisees are extensively trained and provide washing, clipping, full grooming as well as nail clipping and ear cleaning. Now all you have to do is spend time with your fresh, clean and healthy dog!

Our Mobile Salons

Our trailers are specially designed with your dog’s comfort in mind and are fully equipped with temperature controlled water and instant gas heating for the cooler months of the year. Our warm, high velocity dryers remove the moisture quickly and help to also remove loose hair from the undercoat

Contact us today for more information on our Dog Grooming Services

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