Have you ever had a ponytail that was just a little too tight?
A mat can feel the same way to your dog - a constant pull on the skin.
Matts that are not removed will become irritating & painful for your
dog and risk becoming a host for parasites and bacteria which leads to sores and infection.
De-matting your dog is a vital element of looking after your dog's coat & maintaining his overall well-being.
🐾 GENERAL HEALTH INSPECTION
The hands on grooming process gives the opportunity to give a close inspection of the dog and identify any abnormalities
on its body such as lumps, sores, bald spots and infection, allowing prompt action to seek veterinary advice before the
problems develops and becomes more serious and more costly.
🐾 TEMPERATURE CONTROL
A coat that is clogged with matts or dead undercoat prevents air reaching your dog's skin. This means that the skin is
unable to breathe as well and the dog will find it harder to regulate his body temperature.
🐾 HEALTHY COAT
Brushing is an essential part of pet care as it works to distribute the natural oils of the skin throughout the hair,
promoting a healthier coat and cleaner skin. As well as aerating the coat and ensuring healthy growth, brushing promotes
good blood circulation and removes dirt, debris and dead hair. Regular brushing reduces the amount of hairs shed in your home.
On an emotional level grooming should be a pleasant and comfortable experience for both dog and owner and can help strengthen
the positive relationship between the two of you.
🐾 ELIMINATES DOGGY ODOUR
Regular grooming helps to reduce doggy odour, keeping your dog and home smelling fresh.
🐾 EMOTIONAL WELL BEING
Your dog will be happier having a brushed out clean, comfortable coat.