Whether your dog is small or big, it is important to get him/her groomed at least every few months. When you take your dog to see a professional groomer who will make your dog look beautiful and healthy. Grooming your dog will cost you extra money, but it will be worth it. Here are some of the benefits of grooming your dog.
Certain dogs, such as Poodles and Yorkshire Terriers, have continuously growing hair and need haircuts often. If they do not get regular haircuts, their hair will start to look very messy. A professional groomer will know exactly how to cut your dog’s hair so that he/she looks neat and handsome. The groomer will also be able to cut your dog’s hair without accidentally injuring your pet's skin with scissors.
It is important for all dogs to get their nailed trimmed regularly. If you allow your dog’s nails to get too long, he/she can get them caught in the carpet. It is best to let a professional groomer cut his/her nails because the groomer will know the appropriate, safe and healthy length for your pet's nails. A professional groomer will know how to make your dog cooperate so that he/she does not jump or panic during the process.
Detection of Skin Diseases
An experienced dog groomer will be aware of a dog’s anatomy and be able to detect skin diseases like rashes, discoloration, lesions and bald patches. They will also be able to check for parasites that live under his skin. If these conditions are detected early, you will be much more likely to treat them.
Dead Skin Removal
When a professional grooms your dog, he will remove the dead skin that sits on his coat. Doing this will make his/her coat look shinier and improve circulation to the skin. Removing dead skin from your dog’s coat is even more important in the winter because the air is very dry.
As you can see, it is very beneficial to take your dog to the groomer at least every few months. Pam's Paws is proud to provide expert service to your furry family members and we look forward to having you and your four legged loved ones here under our care.
Excerpt from http://www.doggroomers.com/