COVID19 – Health & Safety Procedure

To our valued supporters, our utmost priority is the health and safety of our clients, staff and beloved dogs and puppies during this corona virus outbreak and we ask for your help and understanding to prevent the spread of Covid-19 at FurBaby.

FurBaby Dog and Puppy Grooming will remain open and continue taking appointments as long as the government allows businesses to remain open. (As you may know, our Cafe/Boutique/Barkery has closed, but Dog and Puppy Grooming & Dog and Puppy Daycare remain OPEN.)

We have four fully qualified, talented Fur Stylists who are available for bookings. If you require a booking to get your dog or puppy groomed and styled to perfection, please make a booking via our online booking system:

Click Here to Book a Groom

We have put the following procedures in place in the effort to make hygiene our biggest priority…

When you arrive at FurBaby for both pick up and drop off, we ask that you please sign in to the SafeWA Covid-19 Register. You can either use the SafeWA App or the manual register that will be located at the front of the building.

As you would know FurBaby has always been tremendously conscientious in cleaning and disinfecting our premises and between each pets grooming appointment with the highest grade of cleaning chemicals available, this has not changed and will only continue to get more thorough. All grooming equipment is disinfected during the day, and a final disinfectant procedure happens daily at the cease of business to ensure dogs in our care are kept safe.

We ask that no one enters the FurBaby premises for Grooming. Instead, wait out the front and knock on the Grooming windows. The groomers will meet you outside wearing personal safety gear. We welcome all clients to use the gardens around the Salon to walk your dog whilst you wait. Please ensure that your dog is kept on a lead at all times and that you maintain a minimum 1.5 metres distance from any other client whom you may meet. We are doing this to enforce social distancing at FurBaby. We will call you with a time where your dog will be ready for collection.

We have slip leads, made from biothane material which is non porous and easy for us to sanitise between handlers. We ask that when the Groomer comes outside to meet you, you remove your dog’s belongings, and we will walk them inside using our slip leads. Whilst, we understand this is extreme precaution, we would prefer to ensure that all items entering our Salon are sterilised, and the only way that we can mandate this is by eliminating external items entering.

If you would like to cancel or reschedule your grooming appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We truly understand that all our clients and their families health and safety is of the utmost importance, however we urge you to support small, local business while you are able to. We request that you give us as much notice as possible though, as we still have a business to run and if the Groomers do not have work they will need to be sent home.

Needless to say, if you, or anyone in your household, has been exposed to coronavirus, please cancel your booking ASAP. Just call and let us know your situation and we will accommodate as much as we can to get your dog groomed when it is safe to do so by all.

We would prefer you use EFTPOS facilities for payment at FurBaby, just so we can remain contactless. However, if you want to pay by cash, we just require you to have the exact amount as we are no longer holding any change, the choice is completely yours.

According to a post recently by Grantham Street Veterinary Clinic: We have been asked recently what risk there is that pets act as transmitters of COVID-19. COVID-19 appears to be primarily transmitted by contact with an infected person’s bodily secretions, such as saliva or mucus droplets in a cough or sneeze. COVID-19 might also be able to be transmitted by touching a contaminated surface or object. These are known as fomites. The best information we can find comes from the American Veterinary Medical Association which describes a fomite as an object such as a dish or a doorknob that may be contaminated with infectious organisms and serve in their transmission. A person may touch an infected fomite and infect themselves by then touching their mouth, nose, or possibly eyes, but this appears to be a secondary route. Smooth (non-porous) surfaces (e.g., countertops, door knobs) transmit viruses better than porous materials (e.g., paper money, pet fur), because porous, and especially fibrous, materials absorb and trap the pathogen (virus), making it harder to contract through simple touch. Because your pet’s hair is porous and also fibrous, it is very unlikely that you would contract COVID-19 by petting or playing with your pet, even if they were contaminated by being coughed on by an infectious human. However, because animals can spread other diseases to people and people can also spread diseases to animals, it is good hygiene to thoroughly wash your hands before and after interacting with animals. Also ensure your pet is kept well-groomed and regularly clean your pet’s food and water bowls, bedding material and toys. Information from the American Veterinary Medical Association Information Network.


We send nothing but love and healing thoughts to everyone during this very hard time. If you need anything at all please do not hesitate to contact us on 94406690, this number will be continuously available. Stay safe everyone!!