Posts from November, 2018
Pets depend on us for food, shelter, medical care, and companionship, but that doesn’t mean they can’t take care of themselves. Self-grooming, for instance, is just one of the many incredible, inherited features of our animal friends. However, they sometimes need our help to finish the job. Incomplete (or non-existent) grooming can negatively effect pet health – but not if we can help it!
About Looks and So Much More
Pet grooming certainly adds a nice touch to your pet’s appearance, but the regular experience goes way beyond bows, fresh smells, and less hair. Indeed, the benefits of pet grooming are far-reaching.
If we told you that routine pet grooming appointments are one of the quickest ways to detect disease or developing health conditions, would your pet receive the professional attention they need? We hope so!Continue…