Pet Palours in Hermanus

The coastal town of Hermanus in the Western Cape is known on an international scale for offering the best land-based Southern Right Whale watching during mating season. As a popular destination throughout the year, the town also boasts a host of centrally located activities, accommodation and services alike. It’s also renowned for its hospitality towards its residents and any visitors gracing its shores, including jet-setting pets! 

With several animal-friendly establishments in the town, not having to leave your furry family member behind means that you don’t have to worry about them being left alone or neglected by ‘pet-sitters’, therefore enjoying your holiday to the fullest. As you and your travelling companions make your way down to the spa for a pamper, why not treat your pet to the same experience? 

There are several businesses located within Hermanus that take pampering your pet very seriously. Whether they need a shave to keep cool, a clean and trim or even a massage to calm their nerves, you can be sure to find these parlour services here. As pet grooming is not only a treat but also a vital part of animal health, you can even bring your pet in after a hike or beach walk for a medicated dip. This preventative treatment eradicates their skin of fleas or ticks that they might have picked up along the way. 

Each of the teams operating these establishments are experienced in these services and most importantly are all deeply passionate animal lovers. From routine grooming to nail trimming, you can be sure that your furry friend is in good hands. In some cases, these businesses also offer pet rehabilitation, training and stress management. Skilled and compassionate staff can work with your animal, using specialised techniques that enables them to relax while receiving treatments, ultimately altering their behaviour to a calmer state of mind.  

Some businesses even offer mobile grooming services. Which means, if your pet had too much of a good time splashing in the mud, you don’t have to worry about transporting their dirty paws in your vehicle. Additionally if your pet is particularly skittish the highly-trained staff can come to your home, guest house or lodge to groom your pet while providing them with peace of mind, knowing that you’re close by.  

With several luxurious treatments, that accommodate all skin types, breeds and behaviours, you can be sure that your itchy Maltese Poodle, stressed out Great Dane or bouncing Jack Russell can receive top-quality pampering in a world-class location.

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Dog Training, Puppy Socialisation, Dog Grooming & Day Care.

Kennels, grooming parlor and cattery.

ThinkingPets was started in June 2006 by Karin Pienaar (Landsberg) and was later joined by Professor Peter Neville and Wendy Wilson.