Yorkshire dogs can now enjoy being pampered with support from NatWest

Pampered pooches can benefit from a pawdicure as well as other treatments at a new dog spa.

Jessica Elvidge has just opened Princess Paws Grooming and Spa in Huddersfield with support from NatWest.

The Lockwood-based business provides general dog grooming services such as bathing and clippings alongside bespoke spa services.

Spa treatments include mud baths aimed at rejuvenating skin, facials, glitter spray finishes following washes and natural coat colourings.

Pets can also enjoy a day at the spa as Princess Paws offers full packages with treatments and grooming.

Jessica said:

“We know people care about their pets’ wellbeing, and we want the spa to be a place where pets can come and get a bit of pampering.

“The mud bath is probably the only time of their lives where dogs will be allowed to get muddy.

“The colouring packages are all natural colours so they will enhance the coat.”

In addition to pet grooming services Princess Paws offers dental treatments and sells a range of doggie toys and accessories such as collars and leads.

After working as a dog groomer for four years, Jessica came to the decision she wanted to open a business of her own to look after pets.

She turned to NatWest Relationship Manager Ian Court for support. He secured funding to help with start up costs.

Princess Paws opened in March and Jessica is delighted to see her business idea come to fruition.

She said:

“Ian has been brilliant in supporting me as I have set up Princess Paws.

“He has been there when I have had queries and has been a wonderful resource.”

Ian said:

“I was delighted to support Jessica and her new business Princess Paws which will no doubt keep dogs in and around Huddersfield looking their best.

“I wish her every success for the future.”

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Ian Court with Jessica Elvidge and dog Missy

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