Arnie's of Essex

Arnie’s of Essex is the first of its kind Luxury Dog Grooming Salon in Witham. We chose Witham as it is central to so many areas and our salon is located 3 mins from Junction 22 of the A12.

We offer a 5 star service to all clients and will happily accept all breeds and sizes. Our salon is kitted out with the very best equipment to ensure your dog receives the best possible groom in a calming and relaxed atmosphere.

We do not cage the dogs and have a dedicated play area for them whilst they wait for collection.

All grooms are an exclusive one to one service.

We opened on 15th September 2018 and since then bookings have been flying in, we were fully booked for 2 weeks ahead within a few days. Please follow our page on Facebook for latest updates and be sure to message us with any questions www.facebook.com/arniesofessex . We are also on instragram @arniesofessex

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Email:
info@arniesofessex.co.uk
Website:
www.arniesofessex.co.uk
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/arniesofessex
Instagram:
@arniesofessex
Phone:
01245 700956
 
01376 618975
 
07885 293941 (Whatsapp)

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