Trimming the Fur

DOG GROOMING

The Benefits of Hiring a Professional Groomer

Just like humans, a dog’s hygiene is very important. Professional groomers suggest that your dog be groomed every 6 to 8 weeks accompanied by fur brushing 2 or 3 times a week. There are many benefits to using a professional groomer, let’s take a look at some examples:

  • Proper grooming techniques and fur length for your specific dog and their breed needs

  • Grooming prevents matting

  • Hassle free nail clipping

  • Monitoring for possible illness or signs of early troubles

  • These people are professionals, they have an expert eye for dog style and needs

 

Grooming Experience

Grooming your dog at home can prove to be quite the strenuous task. Often times, our dogs resent grooming’s and tend to show signs of aggression, stress, fear, and anger towards their owners. Many people find themselves prolonging the grooming because of this. Unleashed offers a hassle-free grooming experience, one where you can drop off your pup, run an errand or two and pick them back up with their fur in tip top shape. Need more than just a cut? We’ve got you covered with our A La Carte options. With Nail trimming, De-shedding, teeth cleaning, and our special hypoallergenic shampoo and conditioner baths being among the most popular.  

Early Trouble Detection

One of the most important advantages of hiring a professional groomer is early trouble detection. Professional groomers are often very familiar with the canine anatomy and the specific needs of a wide array of breeds. A regular grooming gives the groomer a unique opportunity to spot anything unusual in its early stages. Things like bleeding gums, alopecia (fur loss), lumps, and rashes to name a few. Early detection offers big benefits to a professional groomer and sometimes the difference between nipping a problem at the bud and allowing for successful treatment.  

 

Trouble free nail clipping

Most dogs throw a fit when it’s time to trim their nails making it difficult for loving owners to finish the clipping. Overgrown nails force your dog to walk on the sides of their paws resulting in discomfort and pain. Dogs should have their nails trimmed once a month, a professional groomer can handle this headache for you with ease.