The rescue organizations that will benefit from Style To Rescue in 2021:

Many Tears Animal Rescue

Wheels to Paws UK

Hessa’s Homeless Hounds

Petwelfare Stafford

Poodles from Portugal

Scottish Terrier Emergency Rescue (STECs) 

Doodle Aid

Vita Canis Style to Rescue 2018

​The intention of our competition is to recognize the groomer’s ability to take whatever grooming job comes their way. And create a clean, well-groomed dog using rescue dogs from shelters. The groomer will use his or her grooming expertise while handling these dogs with compassion. 

​It is our hope that the rescue dogs will benefit in every way from the grooming experience. To the point of ultimately being chosen for adoption by their new forever family. 

​Our priority throughout the day is the health and well-being of the rescue dogs. 

​We have a strict list of criteria to which the groomers must adhere in order to remain in the competition. Stewards and the judges will ensure that these are met. These include creating, as much as possible, a stress-free environment for the dog being groomed. And always grooming to suit the dog’s coat condition and conformation. Each groomer will have time with their allocated dog, preparing it for the grooming. During this time they can get to know their dogs better. There will be a maximum of 25 entrants per session. Bathing times are staggered reducing the number of dogs on the tables at any point in a session. 

Also, we have Vita Canis 100% natural products that groomers use with the dogs. To help relax and comfort them in their new surroundings. 

​We desire that every rescue organization benefits from this event financially (prizes and raffle). And through increased publicity. Style to Rescue is run on a not-for-profit basis by volunteers.

What People Say...

Just to let you know we LOVE the Comfort Blend we got from you at Crufts. The girls love the smell and try to lick it, and I find walks are a lot calmer these days. THANK YOU!! Calming Floral Spray is next on my list and maybe a burner with some stones.”
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