Pet Grooming

  • Teeth-brushing

    By | June 4, 2018 | Blog

    Cat dental health is not always a topic of a concern for cat owners. Dental disease can become a harsh reality for cats by the age of four if left unchecked. Many cats can get gingivitis as we humans do as well as other types of periodontal diseases. Many

  • scared-of-bathing

    By | April 4, 2018 | Blog

    Does your dog struggle with bath time? If this is the case, getting your dog to enjoy splashing in water and being massaged with shampoo should all be about treats and praise. Bathing plays an important role in the health of your dog’s coat and skin,

  • Fleas_SJ_01-

    By | December 18, 2017 | Blog

    Dogs and cats provide the perfect environment for fleas with their soft, warm fur. Fleas feed on your pet’s blood and can cause health problems later, ranging from allergic reactions to serious skin illnesses. Fleas are mostly found on your pets during

  • Tick

    By | November 28, 2017 | Blog

    Sometimes you can feel a tick or two when you pet your cat or dog. Unlike fleas, ticks are larger and more obvious when looking for pests on your pet. They tend to be large enough to see, ticks can also be found around the ears, paws, head or neck area of your

  • Cat bath_SJ_01-

    By | October 20, 2017 | Blog

    Why should I use Pet Shampoo on my pets and not my human products? Dogs groom themselves and most seem to love to play and roll in disgusting things. Cats on the other hand groom themselves quite regularly, yet they roll in dust and do tend to get themselves

  • SH_Skin2_SJ_01-

    By | August 31, 2017 | Blog

    The condition of your dog’s skin and coat is very important. You can tell a lot about your dog's overall health, nutritional status and well being by taking a look at their skin and their coat. The skin is the largest organ of the body and when it is not

  • teeth clean

    By | June 14, 2017 | Blog

    Being a pet owner includes numerous responsibilities including ensuring your pet's dental hygiene. Cleaning your pet's teeth can go a long way in minimising health problems that may require invasive and costly dental treatments if left unchecked. Many pet

  • hair

    By | May 16, 2017 | Blog

    Hairballs are unpleasant and develop as a result of your cat's grooming. When a cat grooms itself, loose and dead hair will often be swallowed. This hair will be passed into the digestive tract and will ether stay there or move through the intestines and come

  • catsmell

    By | May 10, 2017 | Blog

    While cats can be quite obsessive at grooming themselves, there are times when they need a bath. We all know cats hate being put into soapy water, washed down, and cleaned in their sensitive areas but sometimes there is no way around it. Why would I bath my