Regularly grooming your pet has many benefits, not only for hygienic reasons, but also for their health and comfort. Some of the positive effects of regular grooming include:
Long-haired dogs who require haircuts such as poodles and schnauzers should receive a grooming session every 6-8 weeks. In our experience, short-haired dogs can also benefit from a similar grooming schedule, but the frequency can be decided based on your own personal preference. If the short-haired dog is a shedding breed, and decreased shedding is a goal of the sessions, a 6-8 week frequency is a good goal for the shedding season in the spring and summer months. Or, if your dog has an encounter that leaves them smelling badly (such as a run in with a skunk) professional grooming may also be called for.
Many cat owners inquire if they should groom their cat. Cats are very clean animals, and regularly groom themselves. However despite your cat’s best efforts, they do need help regularly trimming their nails, being brushed, and receiving the occasional bath. Cats who are older or overweight might need regular grooming because they have difficulty getting those hard-to-reach spots. Long-haired cats such as Persians or ragdolls require regular grooming to prevent matting. If you do not want to provide regular grooming for them at home, our groomers have extensive experience washing, bathing, and brushing cats. For a fear free experience, we offer sedation for cats who may be nervous about the professional grooming process.
Located behind Arby’s off Hwy. 371 in Baxter.