Unless your pet is a very active outdoor dog his nails will need to be trimmed on a regular basis – anywhere from once a week to once a month. Older dogs tend to end up with long quicks, elongated nails and often extremely hard nails. Nails can also grow back a bit deformed if there has been some sort of trauma to the nail bed
Clipping can be required anything from every four to 12 weeks, with regular – usually daily – maintenance brushes and cleaning in between. Terrier types and some other breeds may need 'stripping' rather than normal grooming to remove dead hairs in the coat as these dogs don't shed hair as well as others.
Removing mats and tangles from your dog's coat. Matts are a serious problem and maybe harmful to your dog.
When matts become very close to the skin it may cut off the blood circulation to that particular area.
WASH & DRY
Hydro-therapy bath with all-natural shampoos. Very patient service to ensure a good experience for the dog!
EAR CLEANING & PLUCKING
Some ear hair is there for a reason of course, so it's important to offer a sensitive and carefully judged service.
General physical to ensure your pet is healthy, including checking for lumps or injuries, and recommending any required treatment.