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Puppy Grooming for the Spring Season

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Puppy Grooming for the Spring Season

As warmer weather approaches Baltimore, it’s time to think about spring puppy grooming. Dogs that require grooming like poodles, golden doodles, terriers, and more will not shed their winter coats. So, it is up to you to take your pup to a local groomer to get them a cut that will be comfortable for warmer temperatures. Read on to learn more from W00fs & Wags.

Puppy Grooming Tips

You can certainly go online and buy a pair of trimmers if you want to handle your own puppy grooming. However, you will miss out on many of the perks that come with professional grooming. When you turn to a professional, your pet will get more than just a trim. Professional grooming typically includes a thorough cleaning, trimming, blow-dry, and light perfuming.

Professionals have a great deal of experience and the proper tools to give your pup an even trim—something that you might find is nearly impossible. They can also do it within just an hour or two depending on the size of the facility, number of groomers available, and their scheduling. Most people who attempt to trim their own pups end up taking days to complete the project, which results in an uneven appearance. Puppies are notoriously squirmy and hard to groom. They are not used to the experience and don’t have the patience to sit still for a cut.

There are many different coat types and a lot of different trimming styles. When you work with the same groomer, you can receive a consistent cut that becomes your dog’s trademark style instead of explaining exactly what you want each visit. A regular groomer will also get to know your pet and become their friend, making it easier to leave your puppy at the groomer as they grow up. A regular groomer also acts as a second set of eyes who will recognize changes in your pet and help you identify when they may need treatment at a vet.

Woofs & Wags

If your pup is ready for puppy grooming in Baltimore, contact Woofs & Wags. With 50 years combined experience in the industry, our staff can assist you in your pets’ coat care.

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