What a trans-fur-mation! Shaggy dogs are given much-needed trims as groomers open their doors after lockdown
- Pampered pooches got a much-needed trim after three months in lockdown
- The dogs were almost unrecognisable after getting their unruly manes trimmed
- Some long-haired dog breeds normally get their hair cut at least every six weeks
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People across England and Wales flocked out on Monday to tame their lockdown locks as hairdressers and barbers reopened after lockdown restrictions eased.
But humans weren’t the only ones being treated to a long-overdue haircut as pampered pooches went to the barbers as groomers also reopened this week.
Many long-haired dog breeds, including poodles, labradoodles, spaniels, and pomeranians, normally get their locks trimmed at least every six weeks, so they were in dire need of a haircut when groomers finally opened their doors.
Bone Idol groomers in Brighton, East Sussex, shared some of the dramatic transformations after pooches were given a much-needed trim on their first day of reopening after lockdown on Monday.
Bone Idol owner Scott Learmouth said: ‘Our customers and their dogs love coming to the salon, and we love to see them, so the lockdown once again has been really hard for everyone.
‘On the first day of opening, and for the foreseeable future we have a packed schedule, and it is really satisfying to see the transformations from drab to fabulous once more.’
Here, FEMAIL shares a selection of the most dramatic haircut trans-fur-mations after these hairy pooches got a trim for the first time in three months.
Humans weren’t the only ones being treated to a long-overdue haircut as lockdown restrictions eased on Monday as Lola the cockapoo (pictured) went bark to the groomers
Bone Idol groomers in Brighton, East Sussex, shared some of the dramatic transformations after pooches were given a much-needed trim, including Mop the Shih Tzu’s new look (right)
Bobby the Lakeland Terrier needed his fur shaved (right) after three months in lockdown, which supplied a healthy winter coat (left)
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Joey the border terrier left behind and impressive mountain of hair (right) almost half the height of him after he went in for his post-lockdown trim
Many long-haired dog breeds, including poodles and goldendoodles (above) normally get their locks trimmed at least every six weeks, so they were in dire need of a haircut
Mango the labradoodle got rid of its shaggy locks (left) after it visited Bone Idol groomers (right) on Monday
Another pleased customer was Nora the labradoodle, who looked much smarter (right) without her shaggy mane (left)
Alan the poodle left Bone Idol groomers in East Sussex looking much smarter (right) than when his owners first brought him in (left)
Meanwhile, cocker spaniel Otto looked almost unrecognisable after getting his impressively large fringe (left) trimmed out of his eyes to show his face (right)
Leo the pomeranian’s fur was almost down to the floor (left) before getting a well-needed post-lockdown trim (right)
One happy pooch after their haircut was Fern the poochon (right), who almost couldn’t see under their crazy fringe (left)
While Romeo the cocker spaniel abandoned his unruly mane (left) and opted for a much smarter look after visiting the groomers on Monday
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