Welcome to WaggyWorks of Piddington, near Bicester. We are a countryside salon, based in our home offering dog grooming and walking services within easy reach of Brill, Waddesdon, Long Crendon, Thame, Bicester, Buckingham, Aylesbury and the surrounding areas of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.


At WaggyWorks we have many years experience of showing and grooming to Crufts level specialising in Standard Schnauzers and hand stripping. We aim to give your dog the best possible grooming experience using only professional products and methods.

Once you arrive at the salon and admired our beautiful views, we will discuss your pet’s needs in detail. From this consultation we will make suggestions as to the best style and organic shampoo products to suit the needs of your pet which will leave their coat feeling and looking soft and smelling clean and wonderful. The grooming session is exclusive to your dog and we are dedicated to making your pet feel relaxed and happy in a country environment.

Your dog is fully insured when it is with us and for added reassurance here at WaggyWorks we have attended canine first aid courses so your dog will be in the best hands! For added safety we have now installed commercial level cctv.

Please call now to arrange an appointment or if you have any questions regarding an individual price please do not hesitate to contact us.

We also offer associated services such as occasional dog walking and puppy packages to suit you and your dog.

For any enquiries or to book please call us on 07970 252662.

Our Waggyworks facebook page has up to date pictures and news so please do take a look!

Please bring your dog to the appointment as dry as possible and please do not de-flea your dog within 48 hours of visiting us. We are unable to take dogs heavier than 20kgs.




21 Ludgershall Road, Piddington, Near Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX25 1PU

   The Crufts Schnauzer superstar – Miccosukees Moonlighter

We also offer a professional photography service, please search on facebook for:

‘olivia slade equine and canine photography’