LUCKY dogs will be pampered in a bespoke new 'Scandinavian-style cabin' at an Oxfordshire grooming business.

The cabin, built using 'locally-sourced timber' will fitted with two dog baths, both with 'eco-friendly electric showers'.

There will also be a washing machine just to wash the towels an dog beds, and three separate doggy 'work stations'.

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The plans are all the vision of dog groomer Bethany Keene, of Shrivenham.

She has applied for planning permission to create her new canine salon at Longcot, near Faringdon, on land next door to Farmer Gow's family visitors attraction.

Explaining her vision for the cabin she said local timber would help it 'blend with the surrounding farm and countryside'.

She also told Vale of White Horse District Council that she plans to have evergreen trees and a garden area in front of the canine cabin.

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Her application added: "I have plans to make the new grooming salon as eco-friendly as possible, using all natural, ethically sourced products and using all the plastic alternatives I can. For example, using shampoo bars instead of bottles.

"I am finding alternative uses for the dog hair waste to decrease the amount going to landfill. For example, putting clean fur inside bird feeders, so they can use it to create their nests.

"I am also looking at the prospect of offering an apprenticeship, for someone local to learn the trade of dog grooming.

"I would also like to offer a ‘hire a table’ service for other local groomers who cannot afford their own premises.

"Another idea is to run educational classes for local dog owners to further their canine knowledge."

Members of public can see the full plans online and submit their comments at using planning application reference number P19/V0634/FUL.

The council is aiming to give Ms Keene a decision by June 11.