Medical Bath
Medicated pet grooming services are specialized grooming services designed to address specific medical conditions or concerns that affect pets. Here is a detailed overview of what a medicated pet grooming service involves. 
1. This plan will take into account any skin conditions, allergies, infections, or other medical issues the pet may have.
2. Specialized Products: Medicated products designed to address specific conditions. These products may include medicated shampoos, conditioners, ear cleaners, skin treatments, or soothing balms. The groomer will select appropriate products that are safe and effective for the pet’s condition.
3. Skin and Coat Treatment: The groomer will focus on addressing any skin or coat issues the pet may have. This may include treating dry skin, managing excessive oiliness, relieving itching or inflammation, or addressing specific skin infections. They may use appropriate shampoos, conditioners, or topical treatments to help alleviate these issues.
4. Bathing and Cleaning: The groomer will carefully bathe and clean the pet, paying special attention to the affected areas. They will use gentle techniques to ensure the pet is comfortable throughout the process, taking care not to aggravate any existing conditions.
5. Brushing and Detangling: Depending on the pet’s coat type and condition, the groomer may perform brushing and detangling to remove tangles or loose hair. This helps maintain a healthy coat and prevents further discomfort or irritation.
6. Nail Trimming: Regular nail trimming is essential for a pet’s overall well-being. The groomer will trim the pet’s nails to an appropriate length, taking care not to cut into the quick (the sensitive part of the nail that contains blood vessels and nerves).
7. Ear Cleaning: If the pet has ear issues, the groomer will gently clean the ears using appropriate products and techniques. This helps prevent infections, remove excess wax or debris, and promote ear health.
8. Finish and Styling: Once the medicated grooming procedures are complete, the groomer may finish the session by styling the pet’s coat, if desired. This can include trimming, shaping, or blending the fur to achieve a neat and aesthetically pleasing appearance.
It’s important to note that while medicated pet grooming services can provide relief and improve the pet’s condition, they are not a substitute for veterinary care. If your pet has a medical condition, it’s always recommended to consult with a veterinarian for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.