Grooming Your Purrfect Paw Pal
Caught your pet coming home with god-knows-what sticking to their fur and as they try to rub themselves against you or jump you, you’ll start to smell something: a stench so powerful it’s going to knock you out? You may even catch yourself thinking that it may be time to bring your pet to a groomer. Here’s what you need to consider before you hand your furry friend over to a professional pet grooming service:
Leave it to the professionals
If you decide to bring your little furry sidekick to the groomers, make sure that those pet groomers are licensed and know just exactly how to take care of your pet.
Your pet’s age and medical history
It’s important to inform your groomer about how old your dog is and if they have any medical conditions or allergies that they would need to take into consideration when they groom your pet, especially if your dog has arthritis, which would entail your pet having a hard time standing for too long during the grooming process.
Sometimes, we may get a little uneasy when our fur children interact with strangers; let alone a groomer. That’s why to avoid fearful and aggressive reactions from your pet, it’s important to give your groom the rundown on the do’s and don’ts when interacting with your pet.