To remove odors from dogs' hair and skin, we use a shampoo designed specifically for them. These shampoos contain various odor-killing ingredients. Your pet's coat is shampooed, conditioned, and dried during grooming. Bathing removes accumulated dirt and grease from the hair, and unpleasant odor improves skin health and gives the hair shine. The cosmetics we will use depend on the texture of the hair. Our shampoos are high-quality, chemical-free and will not harm even the most sensitive breeds.
In a busy grooming shop, a cage dryer may be used to partially dry dogs while they are grooming other dogs, but that is not the case with us since we give your dog our full attention during the mobile grooming service. Since dogs usually feel uncomfortable in cages, owners demand us to dry their fur pals differently. In these cases, we use fans or soft towels. Adequate blow-drying requires a quality hair dryer (built-in in our grooming van) and appropriate brushes, wider or narrower, depending on the type and length of hair.
It is very important to clean a dog's ears often to avoid various infections that are difficult to treat. If you notice some unpleasant smell from the ear or notice that your dog is constantly scratching it, consult a veterinarian immediately. Removing hair from the ears and cleaning with certain preparations is a mandatory treatment to prevent infections. We will use a dog ear-cleaning solution, a cotton ball or gauze, and a soft towel. Your little pal won't feel any discomfort because our professionals do it gently.
Maintaining your dog's good health requires regular nail trimming. When nails are too long, they will curl into a spiral shape, making walking increasingly painful and even causing infection. As a result of long nails, the toe joints can suffer pressure, causing the forelimbs to be realigned. Additionally, longer nails are more likely to be torn off or ripped off by force, causing serious pain to the animal. Our grooming services include trimming nails which is easy and painless.
Preventing tooth decay requires good dental care for your dog. If you have never brushed your canine's teeth before, you should get used to it as soon as possible. After a gentle massage of its gums and cheeks, we use a washcloth or wrap the finger in gauze. After that, we gently scrub with that until it's comfortable. Next is brushing the teeth with either a toothbrush or a finger brush. We brush it across its mouth, down toward the cheeks where tartar and plaque can accumulate.
Blueberry facials are dog shampoos made from blueberries. As a result, dogs' coats become brighter and tear stains can be reduced. Besides being hypoallergenic, tearless, and lick-safe, it naturally exfoliates as it cleans and hydrates. We gently massage your dog's face while evenly applying the blueberry mixture. In the same way that facials are relaxing for humans, this should be the same for animals. The mixture is carefully rinsed off the face of your dog and gradually patted dry.
It involves shaving the belly and the area around a dog's rear end to keep it more hygienic. There are some dogs that will never need a tail trim, but others need to have a channel cleared under their tails to maintain hygiene. Sometimes females have a discharge around the vulva that leaves the hair sticky. In these cases, sanitary cleaning is the best option. Our professional groomers understand how sensitive the skin on dogs' sanitary and potty areas is. We work slowly and carefully.
Anal sacs may not need to be expressed by some dogs at all, while others may need it three to four times a year. When you notice your pet licking its bottom frequently, scooting its bottom on the ground, standing stiffly, or hunching, they may require their anal gland expression. With our index finger rubbed with Vaseline, we insert it into the dog's anus and carefully feel for the sac around the side of the anus. A paper towel is used to catch the liquid after it is squeezed gently.
Many pet parents are posting pictures of their dogs' cute manicures and nail art on the Internet, so it is becoming extremely popular nowadays. The nail polish used on dogs is usually odorless and water-based, unlike the stuff used on humans, which is often acetone-based. Also, the remover for dog nail polish is usually acetone-based. When we do your dog's manicure, we ensure that she is comfortable with her feet being handled and that she does not lick or sniff her toes until the polish is dry.