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Essential Pet Grooming in Baltimore

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Essential Pet Grooming in Baltimore

Grooming is essential for your pet’s health and wellness. Your pet’s grooming schedule depends on the breed of dog or cat you have, its coat type, age, and a variety of other factors. Here’s what you need to know to set a regular routine from Woofs & Wags’ pet grooming in Baltimore.

Best Practices for Grooming

Combing and Brushing

Whether your pet has long flowing hair or short hair, they should be brushed at least once per week. Brushing or combing your pet’s fur removes dirt and other debris, such as dead and shedding hair. Brushing or combing your pet’s fur promotes the production of oils to help your dog or cat maintain a healthy coat of fur.

Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth

Dog’s teeth are often easier to brush than a cat’s teeth. Unless your cat is friendly and allows you to pry its mouth open, it may be in your best interest to hire a professional groomer. Your cat should have their teeth brushed at home at least two to three times per week. You should brush your dog’s teeth at least once per day. Brushing your pet’s teeth prevents plaque buildup, bad breath, and disease.

Bathing Your Pet

You need to wash your pup once every three to six weeks. Bathing your dog helps keep its skin healthy and prevents it from becoming excessively oily. If your dog is more adventurous than most and loves mud and dirt, you will have to bath your furry friend more often. Bathing your pooch more than once per week can create an imbalance in your dog’s natural oil production and cause the skin to dry out and crack. Bathing your cat, again, may not be in your best interest unless your kitty trusts you. In general, you should bathe your cat every four to six weeks. If your cat has long fur or is outside most of the time, they will need a bath more frequently.

Looking for Pet Grooming in Baltimore?

Woofs & Wags Pet Lodge provides a variety of pet grooming services in Baltimore. With 50 years combined experience in the industry our staff can assist you in your pets’ coat care. We offer overnight dog and cat accommodations, doggie day camp, professional pet styling, and a puppy pro shop for treats and products. Whether your pet needs a bath and brush with styling, or coat conditioning for special events and shows, our Pet Stylists have you covered. Contact Woofs & Wags today.

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