A Dog Groomer wants you to know your dog is in for a treat, because it’s grooming day! Depending on your pooch’s preferences, your dog could benefit from any number of services a dog groomer can provide:
- Bath, brush out, ear cleaning and nail trim package
- Healthy Skin and Coat Treatment
- Scented Shampoos and Spritzers
- Shed-Less Treatment
- Nail Trims
- Blueberry Facial
- Paw Massage
- Ear Cleaning
- Cologne Spritz
- Bandana, Tie or Bows
- Canine Blowout
You see how nice your canine looks and smells when you pick them up after their visit to the grooming salon & spa. What you may not realize is there are things you can do on a regular basis to help keep your dog looking and feeling great between grooming visits.
- Be specific about what you need. Your dog groomer wants your pooch to look his or her best for you, and explaining what you want your dog to look like is essential. You can even show your dog groomer a picture of what you want the result to look like, and they can let you know how feasible it is.
- Brush your dog between grooming appointments. You usually shower and care for yourself daily, right? Well, your dog needs its fur brushed between grooming appointments. This is good for your dog, and it’s a fun bonding time for both of you.
- Educate yourself. Learning the procedures and understanding the terms can help you better communicate with the groomer. Understand that a groomer has thorough knowledge of an animal’s body and might be able to catch a problem in between vet visits.
Terrific! You’re all set for your dog’s grooming appointment. Until then, it’s okay if they want to spend time running through mud puddles.