Oscar, my bichon who loves getting dirty though is not too fond of getting baths, drags me into Orlagh's whenever we get him groomed! He just can't get in quick enough! Not only does he come out looking gorgeous, he's a tad tired from all the playing with Orlagh's brood of bichons! Orlagh does such a great job, showers him with affection and always has time for a natter. I can highly recommend Smoochable Pooches! Good luck with the new venture!
Posted By: Aisling Byrne
Thanks a million again for doing my 2 boys yesterday! They are just so much happier now their coats are done & their skin can breathe. They're running around with a new lease of life, are just thrilled with themselves, as am I. They look fantastic & you've made our lives (and hoover time!) so much easier.
You're now Aunty Orla here as they really adore you too. I think Milo would happily live with you! I don't know what we'd would do without you. Thank you so much!
Posted By: Tracey Barlow
Muffin our 1 year old Bichon Frise absolutely loves going to Smoochable Pooches. She goes regularly and looks forward to her visits. Orlagh looks after each dog as if it were one of her own. Muffin has even had a sleepover and she has taken a liking to Púca. It's a bit of a love / hate relationship! We were with Orlagh last Saturday and Orlagh was impressed at Brian's home grooming, just a few areas like tails & armpits to be careful of :) Thanks for everything as always, see you in early April, xxx
Posted By: Lee & Brian
Shankill, Co. Dublin
Our wonderful bundle of Fluff "Biscuits" has been groomed by Orlagh a number of times and she is if possible a magician with animals. They automatically are charmed by her care and as Biscuits had an injury she took the utmost attention so he was comfortable and at ease.. I think she has a touch of the Crocodile Dundee in her or some magic and she does a wonderful job on the grooming and your animal will be ready for an Oscar for presentation..Your the best I mean that !
Posted By: Nuala McLoughlin
Orlagh has worked miracles with our semi human bichon frise, Darcy. No one, including family could go near him with a brush, much less a scissors. We had to bring him to the vet, who had to anaesthetise him and he would emerge pink like a pig!!! Orlagh offered to try to groom him and we let her take the challenge, (expecting to get a call after half an hour to take him away). Three(ish) hours later Orlagh called to say he was ready, I couldnt believe when I collected him - a show dog bichon - without even a sedative! Now he goes regularly for grooms and to catch up with his friends Bainin, Corcra, etc. Three cheers for the Greystones dog whisperer!
Posted By: Paula Thompson
Our Labradoodle Suki is an absolute joy and it is fantastic to bring her to someone who adores dogs and gives them more than just grooming. Suki loves going to Orlagh's for her 3 month grooming session. She is wagging her tail going in, looking like a scallywag and wagging her tail coming out, looking like a pampered pooch. The advice on managing her coat has been invaluable and Orlagh ensures that Suki is happy for the whole session.
Posted By: Cathy Clavin
I own 3 dogs - a Labradoodle, and two toy poodles, Ballycullen
My dog Ella is a wonderful Springer Spaniel who loves to swim, run through brambles and jump in muddy puddles, the only problem is, no matter how hard I tried to brush and clean her coat, well to put it mildly she looked like a burst mattress. Luckily we found a very kind groomer who calmed down her nervous disposition and made her look like a movie star!! Thank you so much Orlagh for your kindness to Ella and for working the miracle as she always looks fantastic. I always know that you treat her well as Ella bounds in to see you!!
Posted By: S. Barker