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Why using our Professional Grooming Services is healthy for your Dog

Although many dog owners prefer to groom their dogs at home, having your dog professionally groomed can save you time and energy. It takes a lot of care and patience to groom a dog, especially a fluffy one, a puppy, or one with behavioural issues.

Let’s take a look at what our professional groomers offer.

A professional wash grooming session with Klippers Dog Grooming or Groomz 4 Swagger typically consists of your dog being brushed, bathed, and dried, as well as trimmed or clipped with clean, sanitised brushes and clipper blades.

Our Groomers brush and/or comb out mats before the bath, making it easier to lather your dog with shampoo. They clean your dog’s ears and check for signs of infection. When the coat dries, your dog is trimmed, clipped, or shaved, if needed or requested.

Our Groomers trim most dogs over the eyes, at the tips of the ears, and on the bottoms of the feet. They cut your dog’s nails to a comfortable length, since long nails can become painful.

We have the right tools

Our Professional groomers have all the right tools to get your dog looking their best, from different kinds of clippers and rounded scissors to an adjustable grooming table. We’re equipped with nontoxic, gentle shampoos for dogs with skin allergies or irritations, or those with fleas.

Our groomers also know different coats require different brushes – and our groomers have them. The more dead hair they remove from your dog, the less you’ll find on your living room rug.

We have been trained and know how to safely handle your Dog

Dogs who are old or become anxious or aggressive when you try to groom them must be handled gently and confidently, and some may need to be muzzled whilst being groomed (this is something our groomers can do).

Professional Grooming Offers Health Benefits

In addition to us keeping your dog looking and smelling great and reducing the amount of time you need to spend grooming your dog, our professional grooming services offer these other health benefits:

  • Regular (but not too frequent) baths wash away dirt and help prevent skin irritations for your dog.

  • Detangling keeps coats from becoming matted and causing painful pulling on your dogs skin.

  • Using correct brushes for coat type removes damaged and dead hair, allowing new growth for a healthy coat.

  • Careful brushing distributes your dog’s natural oils and gets rid of dead skin.

  • Handling during grooming allows early detection of lumps, bumps, and skin irritations and

  • Nail trimming reduce the risk of nail tears and cracks and painful posture.

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