It all starts in the tub...
I offer a personal touch to your pets grooming.
No stress as they will be the only one here being groomed.
Go home do your gardening, housework or just plain relax. I will call prior to them being finished.
Every groom starts with a bath and dry, then clipping of the nails, trimming around those feet and clean up of the eye area then onto the body.
Get that drying done!
Your pet is fully table dried. This is done using an air force dryer, not a heat dryer which can dry out your pets skin if used for a prolonged period of time. Fluff drying dries the coat away from the body for a longer lasting fluffy look.
Relaxing after a day at the grooming shop
After a day getting groomed, it is time to relax. Here is my own dog Bently taking time out to enjoy the smell of the flowers in the park.
What is included in the grooming?
Each groom includes the bath / dry and the specific style groom you are looking for. Nail trimming is included. Ear plucking is included if you and your vet want this done.
I sometimes find it necessary to explain why groomers use the neck tie ups. They are NOT used to choke your dog. They are NOT used to hurt your dog. They are used to keep your pet safely on the table so we can work with both hands on your pet instead of worrying they will jump off. I consider it a seat belt for the table.
Anal gland cleaning is not performed unless it clearly looks like there is an immediate need for it with you hopefully visiting your vet for a follow up. I am not a veterinarian, therefore, an impacted anal glad could be a medical condition only fixed by your vet. I do not find it necessary to clean out anal glands at a very young age either. Doing this will only increase your pets needs to have it manually done groom after groom. These are usually drained out naturally by your pets body. If you have questions regarding your pets anal glands, please feel free to ask me.