Dog Grooming Service
Dog grooming is not just about keeping your dogs cleanliness, and it’s not just about maintaining your dog good looks. Dog grooming is about both your dogs physical health as well as their appearance.
Best practices suggest to begin training your dog from a young age to be comfortable with dog groomers. If you wait too long to begin the grooming sessions, your dog may not be keen to it later on, especially when it comes to nail clipping and ear cleanings.
This is really important for long haired dogs as well, which require special grooming needs compared to short haired dogs. It takes more time to brush their long fur.. That is not to say dogs with short, clipped fur do not require being taken to the dog groomer.
One example, brushing, is beneficial for all kinds of dogs no matter what breed they are. Brushing removes dead hair, dirt, and dandruff. Its important to brush often because it brings out the natural oils in the dogs fur. As you brush, the natural oils are spread all over your puppy’s fur giving the coat a healthy shine.
When should I start dog grooming?
You can begin grooming a dog when they are as young as three weeks old. High end breeders will even begin brushing their puppies before they go to their new homes so that by the time they are picked up by their new parents, this makes the dog feel more comfortable while the dog is being groomed.
An important benefit of having your dog groomed is that it allows you to check your dog for any abnormalities. This includes skin problems such as dry patches, fleas and ticks, or issues with the dogs nails, teeth, ears, and eyes such as infections or inflammation. When found early on a lot of these problems can be treated before they have a chance to develop into something more serious. Ask our Dog Groomer for more information.
To keep things simple, our dog groomers helps keep your dog healthy and happy. So don’t delay, start grooming your puppy early. and call us now for a free consultation.