Yorkshire Terrier Dog Day at the Spa

Yorkshire Terrier Dog Day at the Spa

 

If you have a dog, one service you should definitely invest in from time-to-time is professional dog grooming Las Vegas. This is something that an increasing number of pet owners are recognizing the importance of. With that being said, in this blog post, we are going to take a look at the benefits associated with professional dog grooming, as well as giving you some insight regarding how often you should get your dog groomed.

What are the benefits of professional dog grooming?

There are many different benefits that are associated with professional dog grooming in Las Vegas especially, so let’s take a look at them in further detail:

 

  • Properly brushed, healthy, and shiny coats will result in less shedding
  • Regular visits can often ensure that any issues with teeth, skin, and ears are detected early
  • Your pet will smell great and look great too
  • Regular nail trims will not only ensure your dog’s nails are kept short but they can reduce the risk of infection because they will reinforce healthy foot posture and structure
  • Grooming maintains healthy skin and a healthy coat

 

As you can see, the benefits of professional dog grooming are evident. However, a lot of pet owners struggle when it comes to determining how frequently they should get their dog groomed, so let’s take a look at this.

How regularly you should invest in dog grooming

There are a number of different factors that will impact how regularly your dog should be groomed. Your dog’s breed and the type of hair they have plays a critical role. Of course, when it comes to nail trimming, the breed is irrelevant. All dogs should have their nails trimmed at least once per month. However, we have some advice regarding general grooming based on your dog’s coat type.

 

If your dog has a curly and wavy coat, this means that he is likely to mat. Because of this, professional grooming is recommended every four to six weeks to stop severe matting. If you have a terrier, you can go two to three months between grooming appointments, as they are less prone to matting. For silky-coated dogs, it depends on how short your dog’s hair is cut. If your dog leaves the groomer with more than an inch of hair, professional grooming appointments should be booked every six weeks. For shorter hair, between two and three months is suitable.

 

For dogs with thick undercoats, you should take your pet to the groomer every three months at least. For double-coated long-haired dogs, you need to make sure you take your dog to the groomer as soon as you notice any matting – don’t try to cut mats out yourself. For short-haired dogs in general, you will only need to visit a groomer now and again.

 

Hopefully, you now have a better understanding of why professional dog grooming is so important for your fluffy friend. Not only can it ensure your dog looks and feels great but it can help with their health in terms of early detection of any issues. Follow the advice that has been provided above with regards to the frequency your dog should get groomed and you can’t go wrong. Ready to get your pet groomed professionally? Contact Woof Gang Bakery & Grooming today to schedule an appointment or visit our appointment booking form!