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Why Get your Dog Groomed Regularly?

Why Get your Dog Groomed Regularly?

While you may think of dog grooming as a treat or simply an easy way to get your furry friend looking and smelling great, the benefits of having your dog regularly professionally groomed go far beyond that. A regular groom will help to remove dead hair, dirt and debris that can harbour all sorts of bacteria and parasites, including fleas and ticks.

Knots and tangled hair can lead to matting which is uncomfortable for your dog and can cause nasty skin irritations. While clean skin is essential, Having your dog's nails trimmed regularly is also crucial. Regular nail trims will prevent sore feet and joint problems while keeping the area free of debris.

When a dog feels clean on the outside, they will also feel happy on the inside and naturally be more friendly, calm and energetic.

Each dog's grooming requirements will differ depending on their breed and lifestyle. However, we recommend you introduce your puppy to grooming once fully vaccinated and continue giving them the gift of regular grooms at least every 8 to 12 weeks for a healthy, happy dog!

Have peace of mind knowing that you are taking care of your dog mentally and physically by booking an appointment with our groomers today.

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