Pet Grooming


Why Dogs, Cats and other Furry Pets require regular Grooming ?

Regular Grooming is extremely important for your pet. Not only does it keep pets’ skin and coat clean and manageable, it also enables you to do a quick health check to ensure your pet stays in tip-top condition.

Here are five benefits of professional pet grooming:

  1. Grooming maintains a healthy coat and skin.
  2. Regular nail trims not only help keep the nails short but also help to reinforce healthy foot structure and posture, which will reduce the risk of infection.
  3. Your pet will look and smell great.
  4. Regular visits may result in early detection of issues with ears, skin, teeth and more.
  5. Shiny, healthy and properly brushed coats will shed less.

The “MUST HAVE” Grooming Services for Pets

c12Brush Out

One of the most important parts of grooming your pet is brushing. Short, harsh-textured coats generally need less brushing than long , silky or curly ones. However, all dogs and cats need to be brushed as it helps to remove loose hair and dirt. For a dog or cat, with heavy coat, brushing prevents tangles and mats, making your pet more comfortable and reducing the need for frequent clipping and trimming. A proper brush out entails use of multiple brush types which depends upon the level of matting and length of the hair of the pet. Regular brush out prevent shedding that is good for the pet and the pet owner.

Ear Cleaning

Removing hair and wax from inside the pet’s ears is a very important step in maintaining a healthy ear environment Dogs and cats have hair deep within the inner ear canals that need to be trimmed and cleaned every 4 to 6 weeks; otherwise there is a risk of inflammation and ear infection.

clippingnailsmainNails Clipping

The toenails of dogs and cats keep growing long rapidly. Unless the dog or cat runs around on hard surfaces that help keep toenails short, the toenails have to clipped regularly. But clipping the claws can be an agonizing and complicated chore as an inexperienced hand can cut off the quick (the blood supply in the nail).

Dental Care

Bacteria and plaque-forming foods can cause build-up on a pet’s teeth. This can harden into tartar, potentially causing gingivitis, receding gums and tooth loss. Many pooches show signs of gum disease by the time they turn four years old because of lack of proper mouth care.

pawPaw Care

The pads on the bottom of your pet’s feet provide extra cushioning to help protect bones and joints from shock, provide insulation against extreme weather, aid walking on rough ground and protect tissue deep within the paw. The paws need proper care to make sure they are free of wounds, infections or foreign objects that can become lodged. Also ,the bitter cold of winter can cause chapping and cracking in your pet’s paws, which can cause serious infections.

Sanitary Cut

Keeping your dog’s sanitary area clean helps prevent symptoms associated with anal gland irritation. Sanitary trim and anal gland cleaning is an essential service to keep your pet disease free.