Grooming is a vital part in the well-being and healthiness of a dog which can improve their lifespan. All Breeds require daily grooming, how much depends on the breed, age, or health of the pet. Regular grooming helps to ensure the dog is healthy and comfortable. It is important to note that while many dogs shed, others such as the Poodle, do not shed as profusely, and require grooming by a professional every 6–8 weeks maximum.

The main reasons for daily grooming include:

  • decreased chance of various health problems, such as thrush, scratches, and other skin problems and make the dog look pretty
  • general cleanliness of the dog
  • monitoring of the dog’s health by checking for cuts, heat, swelling, lameness, or changes in temperament, all of which could be indicative of illness
  • forging of a closer bond between dog and owner
  • reducing infestation load of external parasites on skin.

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Full Groom

  • Bath & Drying
  • Ears Cleaning
  • Anal sacs expression
  • Paw pad trimming
  • Nail Clipping
  • Trimming & styling

Basic Groom

  • Bath & Drying
  • Ears Cleaning
  • Paw pad trimming
  • Nail Clipping

Nail Clipping

Do you hear that clicking sound when your pet walks on a hard surface? That means he/she is overdue for a nail clipping.

Keeping your pet’s nails trimmed is a vital part of the dog-grooming process. This is particularly important because if they get too long, it can cause health problems, such as torn nails and even broken toes.

Other services

  • Detangling and Dematting
  • Deticking