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Grooming is good because it helps to regulate and avoid negative situations for the pet stories such as: skin problems, hair loss and parasites. It helps to identify other problems that can go unnoticed such as otitis, anal sac diseases, ingrown nails, poor oral hygiene and others. Each grooming job is an opportunity to detect any abnormalities and seek immediate solution with your vet.
Dematting is a very important task in hair grooming. Hairs stuck together and shaggy hairs do not only provide the dogs an ill-kempt appearance, but they are also the hiding place for different parasites, and it may be also the hotbed of diseases. In the case of dematting, the purpose is to fully free the fur from tangles, the dense undercoat should be dematted, and the dead hairs should be removed.
Brushing your dog’s teeth is as important for their oral hygiene as brushing is to ours. We brush twice a day, every day, and pay regular visits to the dentist. But, have you ever thought about your dog’s dental hygiene? Brushing your dog’s teeth is a great way to keep their smile healthy and bright. Plaque and tartar can build up in our pet’s mouths the same way that it does in our own, causing dental problems like inflamed gums, bad breath, and tooth decay.
Deshedding a dog is basically a removal of a dog’s loose undercoat hair. When you deshed your dog, you’re helping them get rid of hair that will eventually end up on furniture and clothes. This will benefit your dog in many ways, making them more comfortable and keeping their coat and skin healthy.
NON ANESTHETIC DENTAL SCALING
It is a procedure to remove plaque and tartar that accumulates on your dog’s teeth without the use of anesthesia or sedation. This process can take about 40-60 minutes. With a hand or ultrasonic scaler we will clean each tooth’s surface, and also under the gumline to get rid of any plaque or calculus that accumulates in that area, the insides of the teeth will also be cleaned. Non-Anesthetic Teeth Scaling's are a smart way to prevent your dog from developing any serious oral conditions in the future. A Non-Anesthetic Teeth Scaling is recommended every 5-6 months to insure good oral health throughout your pets life. Also, a good home care regimen can help minimize plaque and tartar build-up between scaling's. Please refer to FAQ to learn if your dog is a candidate for a Non-Anesthetic Teeth Scaling.