Dog Grooming – Bath and Brush

Dog Grooming – Bath and Brush
  1. Brush

We brush your dog’s coat to remove loose hair, prevent matting, and distribute natural oils. Different dog breeds need different types of brushes. Long-haired breeds may need daily brushing, while short-haired breeds may need less frequent brushing.

  1. Bath

Since human shampoos can damage their skin, we use a special and organic shampoo for dogs. We make sure to rinse your dog thoroughly to remove all soap residue as it can cause skin irritation.

  1. Nail Cut

We trim your dog’s nails to keep them at the appropriate length.

  1. Ear Cleaning

We clean your dog’s ears by checking them regularly for dirt, wax or signs of infection. We use a dog-specific ear cleaner and cotton to gently clean the ears.

  1. Dental Care

To prevent dental problems, we brush your dog’s teeth with a special dog toothbrush and toothpaste. Dental chews and toys can also help maintain oral health.

  1. Haircut

Some dogs, especially those with long or thick fur, may need to have their hair trimmed regularly.

  1. Anal Gland Expression

Some dogs require their anal glands to be emptied periodically. If your dog shows signs of discomfort, slipping or excessive licking of the rear area, you can come to us.

  1. Eye Cleaning

We wipe the area around your dog’s eyes with a damp cloth or eye wipes to remove tear stains or discharge.

  1. Skin and Coat Health

Make sure your dog’s diet is nutritionally balanced to support healthy skin and coat. Omega-3 supplements can also help maintain a shiny coat.

Dog Daycare

Dog daycare is a service that provides daytime care for dogs, allowing them to socialize, exercise, and receive supervision while their owners are at work or otherwise occupied. Here’s what you need to know about our dog daycare:

  1. Socialization

Our Dog daycare allows dogs to interact with other dogs in a controlled and supervised environment. This can help improve their social skills and reduce behavioral problems related to isolation or anxiety.

  1. Exercise

Dogs in daycare often have access to playground area where they can run, play, and get exercise. Regular physical activity is essential for a dog’s overall health and well-being.

  1. Supervision

Dog daycare facilities typically have trained staff who supervise the dogs to ensure their safety and intervene if any conflicts arise.

  1. Peace of Mind

Our dog daycare can provide peace of mind for your dogs who are unable to be with you during the day, knowing that your dogs are well-cared for and not lonely or bored at home.

  1. Benefits for Dogs with Separation Anxiety

For dogs with separation anxiety or behavioral issues, daycare can be a helpful solution as it provides companionship and stimulation during the day.