Chiddingly Dog & Cat Grooming
Welcome to Chiddingly Dog & Cat Grooming. Chiddingly Dog & Cat Grooming offers a professional dog grooming service to customers in Lewes, Ringmer, Uckfield, Heathfield, Hailsham, and the surrounding areas.
My name is Sue Vincent and I trained at Plumpton College as a professional dog groomer. My fully equipped grooming salon is located on Foxhunt Farm and offers quality care with the latest equipment and training. I am also fully insured.
If you are in search of a dog or cat grooming service and would like the assurance that your precious pet will be taken care of by a friendly, experienced groomer, then Chiddingly Dog & Cat Grooming is the right place. I offer a professional and reliable service for customers from Lewes, Ringmer and the surrounding areas. I always complete my work to the highest standards and having spent my entire life surrounded by all sorts of animals am confident that I can put your pet at ease.
It normally takes 2 hours to complete each dog and there is a very good little tea shop that customers can visit about 3 miles away in the next village, East Hoathly. Alternatively, if you would like to stay while your dog is being groomed you are more than welcome to do so. I also have nice, safe cages for the visiting dogs where they can watch proceedings or just have a snooze.
I have a good reputation for dealing with the more difficult dogs and am very sensitive with old or very young dogs that may need special attention.
I am a mum of three and a gran of three and have been happily married for 39 years. I am very lucky to live in a beautiful part of the country close to the South Downs. We live on a farm with three Shetland ponies and 2 lovely dogs.
I used to run a business offering hire of chinaware, glassware, tables and chairs – in fact anything that is needed for weddings, parties or any events. I ran that for 16 years before selling it and retraining as a dog groomer. I am very lucky being able to work from home and have a converted farm building, which I love, in which I do my dog and cat grooming.
Lots of my doggie customers are local and I also receive customers to whom I have been recommended by the local vets. I advertise in the local parish magazine and the rest are really from word of mouth.
I don’t mind what I do for the dogs and find the dirty, smelly, hairy ones a happy challenge! I love to see the before and after. The only service I don’t offer is hand stripping the wire types of terrier but if the owners are happy to have them clipped instead they are very welcome.
I aim to provide the trim that suits your lifestyle and your pet’s comfort. Since all breeds are different, I am open for any special requests
Warm bath using a range of top quality shampoos and conditioners. All dogs are hand dried, I do not use cage or cabin drying.
Clipping your dog’s nails will not only enhance the appearance of your pet, but most importantly ensure better foot health and eliminate painful injuries.
All dogs benefit from the grooming and trimming process for comfort and well-being – it’s not just about the finished appearance.
De-matting is an occasional necessary process for your dog, by using the proper products and tools I can make it as stress free as possible.
I ensure that the grooming is carried out to the highest breed standard. The well being of your pet is my priority.
Address: Foxhunt Farm, Stalkers Lane, Chiddingly, Lewes,
East Sussex, BN8 6HFMobile: 07719 578596
Phone: 01825 872990
Directions to Foxhunt Farm, Stalkers Lane, Chiddingly, Nr Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6HF
From A22 Hailsham/Eastbourne
Along A22 to Golden Cross. Turn right between the garage and antique shop and continue to the end of the lane where there is a T junction. Turn left and continue into the village. When you pass the Six Bells pub on your left, pass a small row of houses and take the next turning on the right – Parsonage Lane. Go to the end of the lane which will turn into Honeywick Lane. Carry on round to the left and take the next left hand turn which is Stalkers Lane. We are about a quarter of a mile on the right opposite a red Post Box.
From East Hoathly/Uckfield/Lewes
To Halland roundabout and continue as if you were going to Eastbourne. When you get to the next roundabout, take the turn for East Hoathly and continue into the village. When you reach the village, take the sharp left hand turn in front of the Kings Head. Continue on that lane and you will go round a corner, soon after that there is a small but very important turning to Graywood on the right, take that turning. At the end of that lane is a T junction, turn left and then in 50 yards, turn right into Stalkers Lane. About half a mile on you will pass Scotland Farm on the left and there are only fields and woods for another quarter of a mile. As you start to go round a corner, there is a red Post Box on the right, our drive is on the left.
At the May Garland pub, turn left into the lane alongside it – Chiddingly Road. After about half a mile the road divides where there is an oast house. Take the right hand fork and carry on down and then up a hill. Take the turning on the right – Smithlands Lane where there is a red letter box on the corner. Go along the lane and ignore the first left but take the second left into Stalkers Lane signposted Graywood and East Hoathly. After about a quarter of a mile we are on the right opposite a red Post Box.