Why should I get my pet groomed?

Grooming not only keeps your fur baby clean, it helps to keep them happy and healthy. Why? Let us tell you more!


Brushing helps eliminate dead skin, dandruff and loose fur. By regularly brushing, you keep them healthy!


No one wants skin problems such as ticks, fleas and dry patches, or issues with nails, teeth, ears, and eyes such as infection or inflammation. When found early, these problems can be treated, before they have a chance to become more serious.


It's important for your fur baby to be socialized. By bringing your dog or even cat in to be groomed regularly, you're allowing them to become more well adjusted to the process.


Shedding is also a major issue that can be remedied with regular grooming. While all shedding cannot be completely avoided, daily brushing and weekly baths with a conditioning shampoo will help cut back on the need to vacuum the carpet.


A pet’s dental health can have tremendous effects on its overall physical well-being. By keeping your animal’s teeth clean, you will also help keep the animal well between vet check-ups, and can also avoid expenses related to professional cleanings.


Nail trimming is probably one of the most overlooked parts of general dog care. But long nails aren’t just an eyesore, they are unhealthy and uncomfortable for your dog as well. First, nails that are too long force your dog to change their gait. Long nails make your dog start walking on sides of their feet. This is not only painful, but it causes bone deformations and arthritis if left untreated.