Bath and Dry

We recommend bathing your dog at least once every three months, but some may require more frequent baths if he or she spends a lot of time outdoors or skin problems. 

 

Everyone loves the feeling of being clean and pampered, your dog is no different.Regular bathing also helps promote your dogs and your families health.

 

For more information or to book an appointment, please call 01803 526486

Clipping

If your dog has a continuously growing coat, clipping every 6-8 weeks is ideal. If you are able to brush your dog regularly and prevent mats from forming, grooming is not as necessary, but if your dog matts easily you may need to clip the coat short more often.

 

Hair N Hounds are on hand to take care of the dog's needs.

 

For more information, or to book an appointment, please call: 01803 526486

Nails & Ears

As a rule of thumb, a dog’s nails should be trimmed when they just about touch the ground when he or she walks. If your pet’s nails are clicking or getting snagged on the floor, it’s time for a trim. For leisurely living dogs, this might mean weekly pedicures, while urban pooches can go longer between clippings.

 

Your dog’s regular grooming routine should include regular ear checks. This is especially important for dogs who produce excessive earwax or have a lot of inner-ear hair. 

Anal Glands

Anal glands produce fluid with a distinctive odor that identifies him and tells other dogs his sex, approximate age, health status, and other things.

 

Healthy anal glands express, or empty, this fluid when the dog has a bowel movement. Unfortunately, some anal glands don’t work as they should because of inherited malformations.

 

For more information, or to book an appointment, please call: 01803 526486

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