Deluxe Grooming
1. Haircut: This service involves trimming or styling your pet’s fur. It can be done to maintain a specific length, remove mats or tangles, or achieve a desired aesthetic. Haircuts are commonly offered for dogs with longer coats but can be done for other pets as well.
2. Bath: A bath is a process of cleaning your pet’s coat and skin using water and pet-friendly shampoo. It helps remove dirt, debris, and unpleasant odors. Bathing frequency depends on your pet’s breed, coat type, and activity level.
3. Dry: After the bath, your pet needs to be thoroughly dried to prevent them from getting chilled or developing skin issues. Towel drying is usually the first step, followed by blow-drying on a low or cool setting. Some pets may require hand-drying or air-drying.
4. Brush: Brushing your pet’s coat helps remove loose hair, tangles, and mats. It distributes natural oils, promotes healthy skin, and enhances its appearance. Brushing frequency varies depending on the breed and coat length.
5. Nail cutting and filing: Trimming your pet’s nails is important to prevent overgrowth, discomfort, and potential injuries. Nail clippers or grinders specifically designed for pets are used to carefully cut or file the nails. It’s essential to avoid cutting into the quick, which can cause bleeding.
6. External anal glands draining: Some pets, particularly dogs, have anal glands that occasionally need to be expressed or drained. This procedure involves applying gentle pressure to empty the glands, which helps prevent discomfort, infection, or other anal gland-related issues. It’s often done by groomers or veterinarians.
7. Cologne: Applying pet-safe cologne or deodorant spray after grooming can help keep your pet smelling fresh and pleasant. These products are designed specifically for pets and help mask any residual odors.
8. Bandana or Bow: Adding a bandana or bow is a decorative touch to enhance your pet’s appearance. These accessories come in various colors, patterns, and sizes and can be worn around the neck or attached to the collar.