Type: Business Sale
Price: $96,000
Property Type: Services


This boutique dog grooming salon specialises in all aspects of grooming: Bathing, clipping, traditional breed scissor styling, deshedding and specialised skin and hygiene treatments.

Situated on the main artery (highway) to the beautiful D'Decastrenau Channel townships of Southern Tasmania, this business in an excellent location, being visible and accessible set slightly back so that customers can drop off and pick up their dogs easily or walk in and make bookings.

The business has been growing consistently for over 5 years with new customers booking almost every day. Along with the solid, loyal clientele the business is strong with potential to grow even more.
An average of 10 dogs are groomed per day (incl. at least 3 large dogs) and operates over 5 days a week. At present it supports 2 full-time groomers plus an assistant.

1698 Channel Hwy is a house divided into the business on one side and living accommodation on the other. There is a reception area where accessories and treats are sold and clients can wait comfortably. This flows into a super functional grooming salon. A door leads from this room outside to an adjacent drying shed within a secure dog yard.
The neat half a house allows the salon owner to live where they work which is a huge cost benefit. It has one bedroom,bathroom and kitchen with huge lounge, off street parking and pretty garden. Both the business and flat have air conditioning.

Owner is retiring but is willing to provide training for 6 weeks if the purchaser is after a career change because this is a fantastic lifestyle business for someone who loves dogs.

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