What are the BENEFITS OF MOBILE GROOMING?
- Eliminates separation anxiety & physical stress for your dog
- Personalized individual attention and expert care given to each dog
- Special attention given to older pets
- No cage confinement
- No cage drying
- No exposure to other animals
- No car sickness or dirty pets riding in your car
- No steps (ramps used & lifting when needed)
- No tranquilizers
- Services performed in a clean, climate controlled & safe environment
- Eliminates inconvenient grooming shop drop-off and pick-up hassles
- Eliminates long stays at the grooming shop (our appointments last from 1-2 hours)
- Only all natural, non-toxic shampoo products used
- Same groomer provided each visit to encourage bonding and trust with your dog
- Appointments available six days a week
- How often should I have my dog groomed?
- How often should I have my dogs nails cut?
- Should I bathe my dog in between his grooming appointment?
- When and how do Groomers check your dogs anal glands?
» This question is best to answered with a consultation. Most smaller dogs require a full service groom every 6-8 weeks. If you are diligent about your at home grooming you can postpone your groom for another two weeks. There also is the option of a bath and tidy service which will extend the life of your funky haircut.
» Dogs toenails should be done approximately every 6-8 weeks. It also depends on the age of your dog and the amount of walking on rough surfaces. It is important to keep your dogs nails trimmed as the quick will grow closer and it will make it difficult to shorten your dogs nails.
» It is important to realize that dogs have natural oils that need to remain on their bodies to balance there skin ph. Bathing your dog weekly is not necessary. If you choose to bath your dog a few times before your next grooming appointment make sure you brush them prior to the bath and remove any excess undercoat or matts. The water will tighten the coat and make your pet really uncomfortable…..or experience a very close shave!
» Anal glands are two small sacs located laterally beside the rectum. Pet Groomers are only trained to express them externally. If you are having serious problems with anal glands a veterinarian can express them internally. I as a vet tech and certified professional groomer just check them as inexperienced groomers may rupture the anal glands from applying to much pressure in all the wrong places. Checking the anal glands at your regular grooming sessions should be enough for an average healthy pet.