The Local Mobile Dog Groomers in London
Experts in Mobile Dog Grooming
We can help you take care of your pet. This is not a straightforward process, especially once they grow up. This is why we like training dogs to enjoy being combed and trimmed early in life.
Bathing the dog is probably the hardest job you will ever have to do. Dogs are highly resistant to baths, and this is why we always entice them slowly. We make sure to offer them toys, walks and treats every time they co-operate for the bath, and this makes them associate baths with positive experiences. A hairy dog will usually have more dirt than you can handle in a single session. However, our highly qualified local mobile dog groomers will bring back a sparkling-clean dog.
Dog cleaning tools should be selected based on the fur type of your pet. We use pinhead brushes and bristle brushes on dogs with short hair. The pinhead brush is used to remove mats and knots, and the bristle brush is used to remove the dirt and dead hair. If the dog has a long coat, we will use a comb to untangle the matted hair. Dogs with long coats need daily care and attention since they form knots easily. Puppies with silky hair also need a lot of attention. For dogs with such coats, we will use a pinhead brush to untangle the knots, and then we will use a bristle brush to bring out the natural shine.
We will also clean your dog’s ears. The tools chosen for this job can determine how steady your dog will be throughout our sessions. We never use cotton swabs because they irritate dogs. Instead, we go for cotton balls. We can also use our fingers, usually with gloves on. We can also just wash our hands after cleaning the dog’s ears. An important item used in the ear cleaning process is the ear rinse. This should never contain alcohol, antibiotics, or any sort of toxic materials. We always keep all these tools within arm’s reach since no one wants to leave the dog unattended as they go for an item. Leaving the dog can give you a new job of getting him back in position. Ear cleaning always starts on the outside. We always go inward until we start getting some resistance.
Clipping nails is also a big part of mobile dog grooming. Domestic dogs don’t always run around on hard surfaces, and this makes their nails grow too long. For such cases, we will hold your dog’s leg up and then clip small pieces of their nails at a time. This is meant to avoid accidents. In case these accidents eventually occur, we always have a kit ready to prevent further bleeding. You should not worry since our team is very highly trained in cutting dogs’ nails.
To relax your dog for the preening sessions, we may use aromatherapy. This works perfectly on anxious dogs. Besides soothing dogs, this technique will relieve itching. Some essential oils we can use for this procedure include peppermint, lavender, and German chamomile.
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