“Dogs aren’t our whole life, but they make our lives whole.”
~ Roger Caras

Pet Grooming Improves Pet Health

Why groom your dog or cat? According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, you should groom your pet on a regular basis to avoid potential health issues.

ASPCA suggests the following tips:

  1. Bathe or brush your pet on a regular basis to cut back on hairballs in cats and dirt and tangles in dogs.

  2. Trim your cat’s or dog’s claws regularly to avoid infections caused by the nails growing into the pads on the bottom of their feet.

  3. Gently clean your pet’s eyes and ears, checking for any signs of infection, such as mucus surrounding the eye or an excess of debris in the ear.