The Most Common Breeds I Groom
Your dog should be groomed every 6 to 8 weeks. Maintaining a regular grooming schedule not only ensures your dog stays looking their best, but importantly keeps most dogs from getting matted (which can cost you more if matting is bad) and can cause unnecessary discomfort for your dog.
What’s more, their nails will grow uncomfortably long, which can even be damaging to their paws.
Grooming to Your Desired Style
Together we’ll discuss exactly how you want your dog groomed before I groom your dog so you can rest assured you’ll be delighted when you pick them up.
I can style your dog any the way you want as long as they have the coat to support your desired look be it a classic cut for your breed to punk!
If you don’t see your dogs breed listed on my website (too many to list) please give me a call and let me know what kind of dog you have and what grooming services you’re looking for. I will do a fantastic job for you, one you’ll be very happy with 🙂
You can get a good idea of the services and fees based on the size of your dog here.
Dog Breeds Groomed Include…
- Poodles My specialty
- Yorkie (Yorkshire Terrier)
- Maltese & Maltese Cross
- Bichon Frise
- Miniature Schnauzer
- Poodle crosses
- Shih Tzu
- Welsh Terrier and all other Terrier Types
The main reasons for grooming your dog regularly include:
- Decreased chance of various health problems, such as thrush, scratches
and other skin problems
- General cleanliness of your dog
- Monitoring of your dogs health by checking for cuts, heat, swelling, lameness
or changing in temperament, all of which could be pointing to sickness
- Creating of a closer bond between you and your dog
- Spotting any infections, bumps, infestations or other unpleasant issues
that may require Veterinarian medical attention
If you have any questions at all please just pick up the phone
and give me a call any time at (778) 996-3351
I look forward to meeting you and your dog(s) soon!
Owner, Designer Dogs Grooming Studio