Do I have to pay online with Paypal?
No, we will accept checks that match the address of dog grooming service location.
Where do you get the water and power to groom my pet?
We use our own water tank and generator to heat the water to groom your pet. Unlike other mobile groomers, we do NOT need to plug into your home’s electricity. Our clients don’t have to supply anything–just your pet! Pet owners do not need to be present for us to groom your pet. However, we do like to see or speak with you on the very first grooming appointment so you can specify the services and type of cut you would like your pet to have. -Yes, our mobile groomer can come to your workplace or business and groom your pet there!
How do I maintain my dogs coat between grooms?
The best way to maintain your dogs coat between grooms is to brush it every couple of days. After brushing, it is important to make sure that you get all the way to the skin. The best way to do that is to use a comb from the skin out. The coat type, as well as the length will help you determine how often this needs to be done. Once the hair is severely matted, shaving the coat off is the only humane remedy.
How do I know when my dog has an ear infection?
The best indicators that your dog may have an ear infection are. Very red and angry looking with inflammation and they are usually very dirty and smelly. There can also be pain associated with touching. Your dog may be itching it excessively or shaking their head frequently.
How do I know when it’s time to trim my dog’s nails?
It is important to remember that if your dogs nails are pressing on the ground, it is causing the toes to be bent backwards some. Over time, this pressure can lead to arthritic feet. The nerve can shrink back with frequent trims. I recommend every 4-6 weeks. Walking and running on cement can keep them cut back naturally. So, staying active is a healthy lifestyle for dog and owner!
Do I need to get my dog groomed regularly?
Getting your dog groomed regularly can prevent many problems and keep your dog healthy and comfortable. You will always be well informed on any problems that can arise such as skin conditions, ear infections, teeth condition. It will prevent excessive matting, toe nails getting too long etc. The recommended 4-6 weeks is best for full grooms and many people opt for a simple bath and brush out in between full grooms.