If you have a dog, or thinking of welcoming a pet dog into your life, you must know about grooming and bathing care.Keeping your dog’s coat in pristine condition is important for his or her health.
Regular grooming not only helps keep your dog’s coat clean, but it also reduces the risks of skin irritations, keeping your pet and your home clean as well.
The benefits of bathing can include cleaning the skin and coat which helps to remove loose hair, scale, and debris and improve the hair coat’s shine. For dogs with specific skin conditions, bathing may be part of their medical treatment plan as recommended by their vet.
So, how often should a dog be groomed?
Depending on your dog breed and the length of his fur, regular grooming is usually recommended at least every three weeks as a general rule.
Dogs fur type:
Dogs with smooth coats they should still be bathed and brushed regularly. Some examples of smooth-coated dogs are the Bull Terrier and the Daschund Recommended once every 4 weeks to 6 weeks.
A dog with a double coat needs slightly more TLC than a smooth coat. Double-coated pooches may have long or short hair. Some examples of double-coated dogs include the Chow-Chow, Rottweiler, and Border Collie.
This type of coats develops mats and it is best to take him or her to a professional groomer to remove them safely and properly.These breeds must be groomed every three weeks for bath & brush and at least every two months full grooming to avoid matting.
Dogs with wire coats are far more susceptible to mats and tangles. Terriers are the most popular breed for wire coats. Every three weeks bath & brush required and every second-month full grooming.
Dogs with long coats tend to need consistent grooming routines to keep them healthy and free from mats. Some of the long-coat breeds include Yorkshire Terriers, Shih Tzu and Maltese.
There are also two different types of long coats: silky and coarse.
- Silky. A silky long coat is a single coat that grows continuously and requires more frequent trimming. A very close cut can last as long as two to three months.
- Coarse. A coarse, long coat is slightly less prone to matting and can go around two months between grooming sessions.
Curly coats are the most likely to mat. The Bichon Frise and the Poodle are two examples of curly-coated pups, recommended daily brushing at home and regular professional grooming bath brush every three weeks and full grooming every 8 weeks.
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DOG GROOMING SERVICE PACKAGES
|Size||*Bath & Brush + Haircut||*Bath & Brush No Haircut||*Bath & Brush + Furminator||*Bath & Brush + Ticks Fleas||*Bath & Brush + Medicated||*Haircut only|
|*Small (up to 7kgs)||265||210||265||300||300||250|
|*Large (16kgs up)||370||315||370||400||420||350|
ALL PACKAGES INCLUDES NAIL CLIPPING AND EAR CLEANING
*PRICES MAY VARY PER BREED AND HAIR LENGTH
*50 AED PER EXTRA HOUR
|Full Grooming + Medicated Shampoo||Additional Services|
- Sanitary trim
- Ear cleaning
- Facial wipes
- Nail grinding
- Fungal & Ringworm Treatment
- Teeth Brush :
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