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Dog grooming can be defined as the taking care of the hygiene and cleanliness of a dog, as well as the process of enhancing the physical appearance of a dog. A person who earns a living by grooming dogs is called a groomer.
All breeds of dogs require regular grooming which in turn ensures that the dog is comfortable and healthy. Grooming is recommended by professionals every 4-8 weeks. When you introduce a brush for the first time just do a few strokes and stop and If you have never clipped your dog’s nails before, try cutting only one nail or two when you first use the clippers, this will help her adapt to grooming gradually.
When you approach the dog calmly it will help both you and the dog to relax for the grooming session.
Cost of dog grooming
Dog grooming costs largely vary with the size and type of the dog as the services can be offered in a salon and one can also decide to buy all the required equipment and groom the dog at home. Grooming at home can be very convenient as dog owners do not have to worry about transporting their dog to the salon and having to go back hours later to pick them up. Give the dog a full-service grooming to give a feel-good feeling all through.
Why it is important to groom your dog
It is important to note that dogs have feelings too and their love for to be grooming makes them feel better; when their fur is unclean, they just don’t feel like themselves, therefore, a good haircut and fur washing will really help them feel their best and you will notice that the dogs dart and run around after a good bath.
Protect them from disease
A dog groomer needs to care for the dog’s dental health by brushing, giving dental chews and water additives; this will improve their well-being and avoid smelly teeth.
Taking care of the dog’s health will involve wash and bath from time to time to avoid dirt on the skin and other infections; Ensure you trim down their toenails to prevent them from scratching.
Dogs like to meet their fellow dogs especially those that visit salons for grooming and they feel good when clean; just like human beings, dogs love to meet their friends and play together
In conclusion, grooming reduces the possibility of various health problems, like thrush, scratches, and also reducing the likely infestation of parasites on the skin. When grooming is done, the groomer will easily notice when the dog is unwell and prescribe treatment immediately.