You are likely to know that a day at the spa can do incredible things for our mind body and soul. This is exactly why there should be no misunderstanding about how the exact same treatment can do wonders for our fluffy companions. Our society is slowly becoming more and more pet focused and pet obsessed… as it should be. It should be understood that regular frequent grooming does not require or is not the same thing as frequent spa treatment for your animals. Common spa treatment for your animal can include but is not limited to pawdicures, acupuncture, conditioning the coat, antioxidant facial, mud bath and possible massage.
We, as humans, make our nail maintenance in Health a regular part of our day. A pedicure is a common part of our regular hygiene. Going that one extra step and allowing your pet to receive a pedicure might just be what the doctor ordered. Overall a pedicure for your dog is more about health than anything else. If your dog frequently spends time out doors they may naturally receive consistent filing, however if unattended, their nails without a pedicure can lead to unhealthy talons and lots of scratching. Should you not want to invest in your companion’s healthcare, our team will provide you with all the information to do it yourself and take care of your animals.
Again, as humans we don’t think twice about conditioning our hair while in the shower at least 1 to 2 times a week. Yet many of us can go months if not years without shampooing or even thinking about conditioning our animal’s coat. To do this successfully our team aims to maintain your animal’s natural oils throughout the coat, which facilitate in preventing tangles and moisturising their skin. Our qualified professionals use a hypoallergenic dog conditioner to achieve only the best results. The frequency of conditioning should not be as frequent as a regular shampoo however if your dog does have longer hair we advise you to consider making this a regular part of your animals grooming routine.
Far too often enough our team is laughed at and told that massage is simply unnecessary for our pets. However there are several studies that actually dictate major benefits and health improvements attributed to the proper animal massage. According to the studies proper canine massage physically and rapidly improve bodily function. Contributions to improve health include digestion of food, breathing respiration and circulation of blood. In addition our team believes that the proper form of massage can actually promote injury healing and temperament assistance while decreasing anxiety. Contact our qualified professionals to chat today about how massage amongst a variety of other spa treatments can improve your animal’s health.
In contrast to do a traditional water bath with soap, shampoo and conditioner…Mud baths are gaining in popularity rapidly for our furry family companions. While regular bath is designed to strictly cleanse your animal this treatment particularly is focused on assisting soothing flaky or itchy skin. Through the use of a mud bath you achieve this by appropriate moisturisers, minerals and simply mud. This may seem counterproductive to most however mud bath combined with a light appropriate massage can do wonders for your animal skin.