How to Groom Your Dog
Bathing your dog when needed in an important part of our pet care. For dogs with healthy skin and healthy coats, the most common reason to bathe is to remove an unpleasant odour or because they’ve accumulated dirt on their coat. The benefits can include cleaning the skin and coat which helps to remove loose hair, scale and debris and improve the hair coat’s shine. While cleaning your dogs we make sure to use premium brands of shampoo so that your loved ones don’t get hypo-allergenic problems.
Nail trimming is an essential part of dog grooming, and trim nails are one clear sign of your dog’s good health and hygiene. Professional groomers will perform the task for squeamish owners, but dog nail trimming is a simple procedure if done correctly. Since nail trimming can be an anxiety-laden experience for many dogs, we start handling your puppy’s feet when they are young, so they become accustomed to the process.
GROOMING STYLES AND TRIMS
Being a professional grooming for years, we often see a lot of confusion on the different grooming styles available for each breed. Until finally we thought of showing clients the different trims that we provide to dogs.
This is a typical shave down, with generally a ½ inch of hair or less on their body. These are a favorite since kennel cuts are inexpensive, easy to maintain, and can look very stylish.
Teddy Bear Trims
Our most common request, this style makes your dog look like an adorable teddy bear club. Normally the hair is left a ½ inch or longer, first using clippers, then scissoring the dog for a flawless finish. Teddy bears can take a lot of upkeep but keep your dog looking like a puppy.
Each breed has their own specialty trim with their own set of rules. These are usually modified show dog trims meant for everyday pet owners.
Author – Vatsal Harsh