Checking for fleas, ticks, ear infections
Shaving, brushing and clipping
Shave the paw pads
Sanitary shave around the tail
Finishing with a scented spray
Checking for lumps, bumps, hot spots, skin lesions
Pre-bath brush out and cleaning to remove dirt, hair and mats
Gentle massage and bath with a vet recommended quality shampoo
Drying your pet with a clean towel followed by a dryer in a ventilated clean cage
Regular grooming removes dead hair, dirt, dandruff and prevents matting.
Regularly groomed dogs have a healthier and shinier coat as brushing and grooming brings out the natural oils in the fur.
Regular grooming stimulates the blood supply to the skin helping it avoid problems and irritation.
Grooming allows you to keep a check on any abnormalities, including ticks, fleas, dry patches, unusual bumps or skin lesions.