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Regular grooming is a vital part in the well-being and healthiness of your dog which can improve their lifespan. How much grooming a dog needs depends on its breed, age, and health. Regular grooming forges a closer bond between dog and owner and helps to make sure that your dog remains healthy and comfortable. The main reasons for daily grooming include: 

  • decreased chance of various health problems, such as skin conditions and discomfort caused by excessive matting

  • general cleanliness of the dog and reduction of ‘doggy odour

  • monitoring of the dog's health by checking for cuts, heat, swelling, lameness, or changes in temperament, all of which could be indicative of illness

  • reducing the likelihood of infestation of external parasites on the skin.

However, whilst the daily care of your dog is a responsibility that comes with owning an animal, you will still want to visit a professional  groomer  every 6-8 weeks, to ensure that your Even though many dog owners take great pride and pleasure in the day-to-day  grooming of their dogs, it can be very demanding and professional grooming can help you save a lot of time and energy, especially if your pooch is a long haired breed or has behavioral issues.

A dog groomer will have all the appropriate tools and products to make your furry friend look their best and are experts in styling different breeds, with precise attention to detail. A good groomer will listen to any concerns and requests that you have and will always put the welfare and wellbeing of your pet  first and foremost. Big dogs can be difficult to move or carry around and an experienced dog groomer will be able to take care of this for you, as well as being confident in dealing with nervous dogs or those with health issues. They will also be able to alert you to any lumps, scratches or existing injuries that you may have missed and stop little problems becoming bigger ones.

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