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April Dog of the Month

April Dog of the Month


Born in 1999, Jack is one of the more senior citizens that join us at Paddington Pups. He is loved very much by all the team and has been part of the pack since 2012.

Jack is a wonderful dog and brings a smile to everyone’s face with his loving and kind nature.

Even though he is now blind Jack knows his way around Paddington Pups and has his favourite areas, which he heads straight to when he comes in.

He loves hanging out with the groomers and watching over the other young pups as they race around!... Click here to read more....

Paddington Pups are Finalist in Australian Small Business Champion Awards

Congratulations to the Paddington Pups Team; we’re finalists in Australian Small Business Champion Awards 2017!

The Australian Small Business Champion Awards have become the most prestigious and comprehensive program that recognises small business  throughout Australia. The Awards seek to recognise the hard work of small businesses and their contributions to their local community and Australia’s economy. They recognise businesses whose values include exceptional customer service, commitment, leadership, endurance, courage, innovation, performance and generosity. Paddington Pups is honoured to be among the finalists for 2017. Winners will be announced in April, so paws crossed we will have some more good news to announce in May.... Click here to read more....

Paddington Pups Grooming Progress



Grooming progress









About a year ago, I wrote an article on what a day at Paddington Pups is like for our grooming guests, but I still get questions from clients, new and old, about what goes on during their pup’s visit. So – now that we are all set up in our brand new location – I thought it was about time for a refresher!


First of all, before any puppies arrive, we get our hydrobaths ready. This gives the heaters time to warm up so that each puppy can be comfortable with a variable temperature suited to the season. After that the groomers go through the daily schedule to figure out how the day will go and who is going to groom which puppies.


We require that all our grooming clients arrive before 8:30am so we can get started, ... Click here to read more....