Reasons to groom

01Avoid expensive Vet visits when all this can be prevented with regular 4-6 week grooming maintenance for your best friend.

02Your dog will feel better, look better be healthier and happier.

03Your dog's ears have hair deep within the inner canals that need to be removed every 4 to 6 weeks; otherwise, you risk inflammations and potential ear infections which is very uncomfortable and painful.

04Clearing your dog's private areas of hair is just plain good hygiene. This guarantees your dog's excretions and stool will not stick and be carried indoors and your dog will stay fresher and cleaner longer.

05Anal glands are the most neglected part of your dog's body. As they fill up, some can burst causing very expensive surgery and unnecessary pain. A thorough groom includes expressing these glands.

06Matted hair pulls and causes great discomfort and pain for your pet, creates a breeding environment for fleas, ticks and their nests and also causes skin problems.

07Long and overgrown nails force your dog to walk on the sides of their pads which causes pain and in the long run, this contributes to arthritis in the paws, legs and hips.

08Crust in the corner of the eyes causes sores and can lead to your pet's discomfort. These sores can only be seen after removing the thick crust upon grooming.

09Dogs cool off by panting and by air circulating around and through their pads. Long hair impairs that ability. Trimming this hair should also keep them from slipping on your tile floors and injuring themselves.

10Bathing with professional high quality products helps remove old hair, dirt and oil from the skin. The physical action of being washed is pleasant to most dogs, and it may make your groomer aware of a lump or bump that may have appeared or changed suddenly from the last visit

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