Dog grooming or pet grooming is an important part of dog care. All Breeds require grooming, how much depends on the breed, age, or health of the pet. Regular grooming helps to ensure the dog is healthy and comfortable. It is important to note that while many dogs"shed", others (such as the Bichon and Poodle), do not shed as profusely, and require grooming by a professional every 6–8 weeks.
The main reasons for grooming include:
Decreased chance of various health problems, such as thrush, scratches, and other skin problems.
General cleanliness of the dog.
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.
Forging a closer bond between dog and owner.
Reducing infestation of external parasites on skin.
Hollybarn Dog and Puppy Training don't provide dog and puppy grooming services we leave that to the qualified professionals - but here are some of the groomers we've worked with and recommend.
A new professional dog grooming salon is now open in Fuerty, Co Roscommon under Keshia Casey.
Glamorous Dogs are a professional, locally run grooming salon dedicated to providing your family pet with a first class "top-to-toe" makeover grooming session.
The owner, Keshia Casey, qualified as a professional groomer at Cavan Training School.
She provides a unique, personal touch that keeps your pet looking their best and pet parents coming back again and again.
For further information contact Keshia on 087 273 1228 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org