Canine Health and Hygiene
Grooming your dog is an essential part of canine care as it improves their quality of life. Having your pet groomed by a professional on a regular basis often helps in the detection of arising medical issues at an earlier date. A professional groomer can help to identify medical concerns including, the following:
- Skin Conditions and Allergies
- Coat Conditions and Health
Most dogs only need to be bathed every 2 to 4 weeks, unless they have a penchant for rolling in the mud. Bathing your dog too often can be unhealthy, as it will wash away natural oils necessary for proper skin and fur health. When we bath your dog, we only use hypoallergenic shampoos that are safe for pets with sensitive skin.
Not only does brushing leave your dog's coat looking great, it also distributes healthy natural oils and removes dead skin and hair. If possible, try to brush your dog every few days as regular brushing leaves them looking and feeling fantastic.
You should check the length of your dog's nails every 2 weeks. Keeping your canine's nails short helps them walk comfortably and prevent potential injury.
Prevent infection in your dog's ears by keeping them clean. Cleaning your pup's ears at least once a week will make them more comfortable.
Brushing your dog's teeth is vital to their well-being. We recommend brushing your pet's teeth 2 to 3 times a week to promote proper oral health.