Even though pets are different, dog wash may last for about two to four hours. We spend a lot of the time in de-matting, drying, and prepping. Other factors that may determine the bath's duration are the length of the pet's hair and the pet's condition. Upon reaching the client's doorstep, our groomers will assess the pet's situation and the services it requires. After knowing your expectations, we will begin by cleaning the pet's ears.
They may also pluck hairs to combat any existing infection. The next step involves brushing the pets and giving them rough cuts. Where there is overgrowth, our groomers will remove mats to ensure that the pet's skin breathes. It is also vital in providing easy cleaning by the soap and helps in minimizing the drying time.
The second step involves placing the pets in the tubs. Our groomers apply various methods in bathing based on individual pet's requirement. We ensure that the solution of soap water gently powers the pet's skin. Our groomers have different shampoo treatments, including aloe and oatmeal. These special shampoos assist in managing particular skin conditions, moisturizing, and soothing. Our professional groomers allow the pet owners to provide their shampoos or conditioners in grooming the pets.
Blow-dry is the third step. After proper rinsing of the pets, our groomers may blow their hairs dry using hand-held dryers that seem superior to standard hair dryers. It hastens the drying process. Blow-dry aims at eliminating dead hair, undercoat, or excess hair that persists after bath. It assists in straightening longer coats, fluffing of curly coats, and prepares the skin for the last procedures.
Note that the groomers will exempt sensitive regions such as the face, paws, and ears from the process of hand-drying to prevent stressing the pet. After getting the puppy approximately 80% dry, our groomers will carefully place them under their stand dryers to allow the sensitive areas to dry. Wipe the greasy films around the pet's eyes using a damp cloth.
After the cleaning and drying process is complete, the pets get to the finishing stage. For pets with short hair, it means nail trimming and brush out. More brushing is imminent for dogs with longer hair. It's at the finishing process that hair and toenails growing under the feet get trimmed. Our pet groomers are skilled in ensuring that even the most hostile pets are tamed to take a bath without much wrestling between them and the pet owners.
Our groomers also identify the most suitable time that brushing would be less stressful for the pets. Mostly after mealtime or playtime. The mobile grooming services help in brushing and assist in identifying any underlying dental problem in the process. If the pet pulls away, cries, or winces, it's an indication of pain in the oral region. The pet owners will then seek veterinary services.