Why Routine Grooming is Essential for Your Pet

 In Pet Grooming

Your fur baby is an important member of the family, and their well-being is a priority. Sometimes fur babies get into mischief and get a little dirty. Now and then they shed their coat on the couch a little more than you’d like, so you’ve juggled the thought, “should I professionally groom my pet?” Below are a few reasons why the answer is, yes. Here is why routine grooming is essential.

Your pet is in good hands
Every so often, you remember to bathe your fur baby, but run out of time to do it often enough. Or, maybe you are too frightened to clip their nails, and now they have grown too far. Never fear! Grooming your pet has the answer. Grooming professionals know precisely how to care for your pet’s hygiene. They offer a haven for your fur baby, and a groomer has all of the necessities required to clip nails, brush teeth, cut hair, and wash fur to squeaky, clean perfection.

The sweet smell of less shedding
Routine professional grooming for your pet can help eliminate pet odors within their fur. The specialized soap used to bathe pets during grooming helps keep the skin and coat clean and smelling good. Additionally, most professional soaps feature a fur controlling ingredient that helps minimize shedding in between grooming sessions. You and your pet could enjoy the couch together, worry free!

Your pet’s comfort and health
Some pets have thick or long fur, and it can become too hot for them to enjoy warmer climates. Regular grooming sessions can be booked to maintain a short and worry-free coat that you and your pet can appreciate. Grooming your pet supports a healthy pet too. For example, tooth care helps keep teeth secure and gums healthy for pets that are prone to gum disease.

Furry friendships
Grooming establishments see all sorts of furry clients daily, which is good news for your pet. Friends! Groomers are adequate at handling many pet temperaments. More so, as your pet awaits your pickup, they can roam with other pets and engage in socialization. Meeting with a groomer frequently can help your pet warm up to other animals and people.

If you’re ready to get your fur baby professionally groomed, check out Andes-Straley Veterinary Hospital, or contact us┬átoday!