Our day care has a grooming salon on site to ensure that when you pick your dog up, they will look and smell fantastic.
Professional groomers staff our grooming salon. They know how to keep the grooming process from becoming too stressful for your dog.
due to the fact that the grooming salon is located on our premises means that the dogs are not as fearful as they might be in an unfamiliar environment.
It is important to note that being groomed by a professional is beneficial for more than just your dog's appearance, it is important for their good health as well. Here is a look at some of the most crucial aspects of grooming your dog:
Brushing your dog's hair helps to aerate their coat and improve their circulation. A dog's hair can become very tightly matted so that the matted areas pull on the hair strands and cause discomfort for the dog. With proper brushing, the natural oils are distributed throughout the coat so that it develops a sheen.
Parasite and Disease Detection
One of the best reasons that you should have a professional groom your dog is the detection of parasites and diseases. A professional groomer will be able to tell right away if your dog has fleas, ear mites or other problems. They will also be able to spot skin lesions and other early symptoms of serious diseases.
Nail clipping is one of those areas that may seem to be relatively minor, but that can have significant ramifications for a dog's health.
Dogs with unclipped nails are unable to walk correctly, which can cause a strain on their leg muscles and torque their spine.
Also, unclipped nails can become ingrown which can result in an infection.
Another benefit stems from the fact that the chore of clipping nails is often a stressful task for dog owners.
Dogs tend to find the process unpleasant, and there is the risk of cutting the nail too short. An experienced professional groomer will know how to make your dog cooperate while also knowing precisely where to clip the nail.
For dog breeds that have continuously growing hair, haircuts are essential. Haircuts also help your dog to feel better in addition to looking good. A professional groomer will have the appropriate equipment to cut your dog's hair properly as well as the skill to make it look good and feel comfortable.
Brushing your dog's teeth on a regular basis is important. It is a good idea for your dog to start having their teeth brushed early in life so that they get used to the process. Brushing your dog’s teeth helps to prevent periodontal disease, which can have significant effects on your dog's overall health.
As with the chore of nail clipping, brushing a dog’s teeth can be a time-consuming and messy experience for an owner. A professional groomer will know how to get your dog to relax while having their teeth cleaned. They will also know how to get teeth cleaned thoroughly to prevent periodontal disease.
It is possible for many people who have allergies to still own and live with a dog as long as that dog receives proper grooming.
Grooming can also help to fight pollen and ragweed allergies as these allergens often get brought into the home in the dog's hair.