Over the years we have been fortunate enough to be able to not only provide grooming services but also educate the community on the needs and different forms of grooming your animal. We’ve been lucky enough to discuss various style grooming, the need for adequate professional grooming, the benefits for a dog health from grooming and the different forms of grooming needed. Our target to ensure the proper treatment of our animals fuels our ongoing mission. These are lifelong companions that offer an absolute form of unconditional love, the least we can do is promise to care for them and make a commitment to them.
This is a very exciting and fun part that accompanies the grooming process. Whatever the breed, the coat can be styled in the variety of ways. Born out of our team’s consultation with you we need to better understand your dog’s livelihood it’s days routine and what percentage of time is indoors versus outdoors. The ideal successful grooming relationship is that we align with your lifestyle. We have many clients that own dogs that are strictly apartment dogs that go on small brief walks around the block and others who accompany them to a long bike ride. Our business is all on the basis of understanding your lifestyle in your pet’s lifestyle to customise the solution that works for you.
Benefits Of Dog Grooming
The benefits of dog grooming very simple normal self-explanatory; the importance of early introduction to the grooming process cannot be overstated as this gets your animal accustomed to the idea and regularity of frequent health maintenance. The single most primary benefit of regular grooming is that your animal will consistently undergo health grooming to ensure they live in lead a healthy lifestyle. To avoid any major form of health concern and a costly vet bill, a regular professional groom is a small price to pay for your fluffy friend.
A matted coat is a thick, dense bundle of hair it is intertwined so deeply and significantly but it begins to pull on the skin of your animal. In turn this causes significant discomfort to your animal overtime. Much of this is caused due to lack of grooming, bathing and combing your animal’s coat. It is very easy to have a brief run through of your animals to find any bundles of matted hair. Breeds with longer or more freely flowing hair tend to experience matted hair bundles more frequently than short smooth hair breeds. Regardless of the breed, we urge that as the owner, you take on the responsibility for regular grooming such as combing and cutting out any early signs of matted hair.
Dental cleaning in your animal needs to begin as early as the puppy stages. This primarily begins with understanding your breed and therefore the healthiest food and diet for your animal. Dental hygiene is a major concern if neglected as this can lead to rotten gums and even worse health concerns that require immediate veterinary attention. You can easily pick up a teething bone that your dog will use to almost brush his or her own teeth. Our teams are happy to make this part of the consultation process in a regular grooming process for you and your animal to ensure the cleanest form of dental hygiene.