Why Dog Grooming Matters

Regardless of what kind of dog you own, grooming is an essential part of their health.


You should frequently groom your dog if they have long hair (once a day) or several times a week (if they have short hair)


Grooming is about more than just having a shiny coat, you should groom your dog often for several reasons;


  • It teaches puppies to enjoy being handled, which can prevent them from biting in the future; it also deepens your bond. We recommend you start your grooms early so your pooch gets used to being groomed.
  • It removes dead hair, dirt and dandruff and stimulates the oils to spread over your dogs coat, which makes it healthier for your dog and less itchy.
  • It prevents matts from getting down to the skin (where hotspots can form)
  • Any skin disorders or cuts that maybe hidden in their fur is more easily noticed. Some of these conditions can be deadly if left untreated.
  • It allows you time to check for unusual lumps and bumps that you may not otherwise be able to see or feel.
Dog Grooming


When your puppy is comfortable being handled, you are ready to begin brushing and combing. Puppies should be introduced to professional grooming when they are about 10 to 12 weeks old or have had their second round of vaccines.


Most dogs will require grooming every four to eight weeks.


For young puppies and dogs who have never been groomed, more frequent grooming or brushing at home should be done to get the dog used to being handled and to avoid grooming issues into adulthood.

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Grooming Matters

No matter what kind of dog you own, dog grooming is an essential part of a dog's health, stimulates the oils within the hair for a perfect coat.

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