Grooming is something few dog owners may consider before bringing man’s closest friend to their homes. But grooming can be an important element of dog ownership that keeps pooches healthy and looking their finest.
Some dogs are more cooperative than others during grooming sessions. Likewise, some pet owners are apprehensive about grooming their dogs, knowing that dogs may easily be hurt during the grooming process. Professional dog groomers can make grooming that convenient for uneasy dogs and owners while providing a host of additional benefits. Contact here
• Safety: Among the troubles owners experience when grooming dogs on their own is that dogs have a tendency to move around a lot when getting their hair trimmed. Unlike humans who rest easy in barber or salon chairs and let their hairdressers ply their trade, dogs have a tendency to fidget or maneuver around during haircuts, and even the slightest movement can result in cuts or scratches that can hurt dogs and make sure they are even more nervous. Professional dog groomers are well-versed in cutting the hair of fidget-prone pooches and learn how to calm dogs to allow them to enjoy pain-free haircuts.
• Nail trimming: Trimming dogs’ nails serves multiple purposes. Nails that are not trimmed can break, and such breaks can make dogs more vunerable to infection. In addition, nails that get to grow too much time can be painful to pooches, pushing the nail in to the nail bed and creating strain on the toe joints. But trimming dogs’ nails is much less simple as trimming humans’, as dogs’ nails contain nerves and blood vessels referred to as the “quick.” If the quick is cut, dogs can experience significant pain and even bleed. The prospect of that outcome is one reason many pet owners are hesitant to trim their dogs’ nails. Professional groomers do that every day without cutting the quick.
• Appearance: Humans like to look good, and dog owners like their dogs to look good as well. Experienced professional groomers learn how to style dogs’ hair with techniques that produce the dogs look good and feel safe. Different breeds of dog require different grooming supplies, and professional groomers will have all the tools necessary for particular breeds.
• Long-term health: Even the most attentive pet owner might not notice certain signs that suggest your dog may be sick or developing a condition that can threaten its long-term health. Dog groomers deal with dogs every day and are in a great position to recognize any abnormalities which may be indicative of a more substantial problem. Owners might not exactly notice rashes, lesions, skin discoloration or lumps right away, but dog groomers, especially those who have groomed particular dogs before, may become more more likely to notice such irregularities. This provides an important safety net between grooming sessions and vet visits.
Pet owners want their dogs to be happy and healthy, and professional groomers can help make that happen.