Whether you bath your dog to remove dirt, fox poo or odour, they will end up smelling great.
A professional groom will sort out those unruly hairs, tidy up those messy bums and ensure your dog looks and smells great!
Do you hate that doggy house smell?
Regular dog grooming can help eliminate those odours from your house at the same time.
Regular bathing and bushing helps maintain a healthy coat by removing dead hair, smell and dirt. Brushing will help stimulate blood circulation promoting healthy growth and reduce the need to bathe frequently as aides shedding.
Spending regular time grooming our dogs builds a positive relationship. Just spending 10 mins a day, brushing, touching their feet and ears helps them learn that handling them does not result in pain and helps reduce stress and helps them with socialisation.
As as owner, if you are regularly brushing it may just be a bath and brush. However a full dog groom will resolve the following issues:
removing matts; cleaning ears; trimming nails, tidying excess hair around the eyes and pads.
Regular grooming is an ideal time to check your dog over for changes such as developing lumps, cuts, grazes or swelling; which don’t normally get noticed during daily interactions.
Although many dog owners prefer to groom, their dogs,
on their own, getting your dog professionally groomed will
save you time and energy.
It takes a lot of patience and care to groom a dog,
especially a fluffy one, a puppy or one with behavioural issues.
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Not all groomers are qualified, it is an unregulated industry. Professional qualified groomers have had extensive training, learning about the different coats on dogs, different behaviours and breeds, along with how to carry out a health check on your beloved pet even before learning about how to clip and/or scissor.
Expressing anal glands, shampooing a muddy dog or one that has rolled in fox poop, removing fleas and ticks are not the most pleasant things to take care of, but come with the price of owning a dog. A professional groomer knows how to take care of and clean all these seemingly yucky things and more.
You don’t want to use your own scissors and electrics razors to groom your dog. Professional groomers have the right tools to get your dog looking its best, from different kinds of clippers and blades to an adjustable grooming table. They are equipped with the correct shampoo for the dogs skin and coat.