It is fact that professional groomers know their business and do their job of dog grooming well. When it comes to taking care of your beloved pup, nothing is too good for him. That includes a regular regime of bathing, dental care, ear cleaning, and possibly even some luxuries that your dog might enjoy. It’s okay to spoil your pooch a little. Give your pup what he deserves. It’s a good way to keep him healthy and happy.
To optimize your dog’s health and happiness, you must keep him clean and well groomed. Do you know anybody who likes the smell of a dirty dog? How about seeing a dog that is infested with fleas or ticks? Or a dog with matted hair? Of course not! To avoid these situations, regular dog grooming is critical. Many dog owners are discovering that it is far more convenient to enlist the help of a professional groomer than to tackle the job on their own. A good professional dog groomer is well trained to bathe your dog, clean his ears, trim his nails, brush his teeth, and even give him a massage!
Any dog, no matter what breed, needs a bath from time to time. No one wants to pet or cuddle a dirty, stinky dog, and since they’re capable of spreading harmful diseases, it’s important to keep them clean. Besides, a clean, well-brushed dog just looks better! With the expertise, supplies, and tools an experienced dog groomer uses, you can be sure that your pup will be properly shampooed, dried, and brushed.
For those dog owners whose dogs have very short hair, a haircut is obviously not even a consideration. However, if your pup has a long coat, a frequent haircut should be the norm, especially in hot weather. Now, there are people who can do a somewhat decent job of trimming their dog’s fur, but it’s not always recommended. Dogs are pretty squirmy creatures, as a rule, and you can usually tell a professional cut from one given by the dog’s owner. Maybe the dog doesn’t care what his coat looks like, but the owner should have some compassion!
Build-up of bacteria in your dog’s mouth is not good. It can spread to other organs in the body and cause diseases. Preventing this problem is easier than treating it when it occurs. Therefore, grooming of your dog should also include proper dental care. You dog needs to have his teeth brushed the same as humans do. It is important that you have this done by someone who can do a good job. If you’re not qualified to handle this task, take your pooch to a professional dog groomer. There your pup will receive a good thorough teeth brushing, and the results will be healthier teeth and better smelling breath.
Keeping your pet’s nails trimmed is important for his health and comfort. When you take your dog in for grooming, he will also benefit by getting his nails trimmed. This is the safest way to avoid harming your animal. A pet groomer can professionally trim your dog’s toenails so they no longer scratch, and to avoid pain while walking. Overlong toenails cause the nail to turn sideways, or even to dig into the foot. It also becomes easy to catch them on hard surfaces, or to break or split them.
While your pup is at the groomer’s, make sure he gets his ears checked and cleaned. Proper cleaning of your dog’s ears is important for good grooming and overall health, since hearing is one of the most important of their senses. As part of a preventative ear care program, and to minimize the chance of an ear infection occurring, have your dog’s ears tended to once a month, if possible.
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