Professional Dog Grooming in NYC
As much as you tend to your dog’s appearance, nothing compares to dog grooming by an experienced and talented professional. Our certified and experienced professional dog groomers (near me) located in Soho and Tribeca are here to help 7-days a week. pupculture professional dog groomers have been trained at accredited academies where the emphasis is on proper technique, scissoring, breed standards, mixed breed cut design, and canine skin issues.
If you want your pet to stay looking its best during a cold or rainy day but are pressed for time, we also offer pet pick-up and drop-off services.
- Dog Bath
- Clipping Nails
- Grooming Haircut
Dog Grooming Gallery
Bathing Your Dog
The benefits of bathing include improve the hair coat’s shine by cleaning the skin and coat to remove loose hair, scale and debris. Each pupculture dog grooming guest receives a gentle bath using only the finest products, including hypoallergenic and oatmeal shampoos for more sensitive dogs, as well as a soothing and moisturizing conditioner. Bathing your dog when needed is an important part of general pet care. For dogs with healthy skin and a healthy coat, the most common reason to bathe is to remove an unpleasant odor or because they’ve accumulated dirt on their coat. For dogs with specific skin conditions, we can make recommendations, however we strongly advise you to discuss this with your veterinarian.
Brushing Your Dogs Hair
Brushing your dog’s hair regularly will keep the coat shiny and healthy. pupculture our grooming guests are given a thorough brushing and de-shedding treatment, which removes matting and smooths out the undercoat. Long-haired dogs usually require daily brushing to prevent matting and tangling, while medium-haired dogs should be brushed at least weekly. Short-haired dogs can typically go a few weeks in-between brushing. Regardless of hair type, we recommend brushing your dogs hair daily for the bonding experience and enjoyment of the pet.
Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth
Dog’s cannot brush their own teeth, and most pet owners do not brush their dogs teeth regularly for a variety of reasons; including lack of time, inconvenience or level-of-difficulty. Regardless, it is healthy for your pet to have his teeth brushed regularly. You should provide safe chew items daily. Chewing is a basic and natural behavior for dogs and they need regular opportunities to chew on appropriate items. Chewing also helps to keep teeth and gums healthy. Chew items including dog chew toys and dental chews are available in our organic dog food & premium supplies boutique. You may also offer a natural raw meaty bone once or twice a week. Always talk to your vet first to check that raw meaty bones are suitable for your particular dog. Remember, bones must be raw and human-grade
Clipping Your Dogs Nails
Our professional dog groomers trim your dog’s nails and will make sure that the experience is not traumatic. All pupculture dog grooming sessions include clipping your dogs nails when needed. Many dogs dislike having their paws handled which can make nail trimming difficult for both dogs and owners. Many dog owners are also uncomfortable with the process for fear of hurting their dogs, due to a lack of experience or proper tools. Most dogs need nails trimmed monthly, but your dog may need more or less depending on the rate of nail growth. Dogs that experience pain from clipping nails too short will develop an aversion to nail trimming. The best way to avoid this is to trim the nails correctly and exercise caution every time.
- Check the condition and length of the nails including any ‘thumb’ nails, also known as ‘Dew claws’ higher up on the front and back feet.
- If the nails are too long carefully trim a small amount off the tip as required (our Groomers can show you how to do it safely).
Cutting and Brushing Your Dog’s Hair
Brushing and combing your dog’s hair coat is an important part of general pet care. pupculture groomers are trained on standard breed cuts we will happily groom your dog to your specifications. A variety of low-impact professional drying techniques are used to make each pet most-comfortable, and to meet the specific needs each dog’s breed and age requirements.
Brushing helps to keep your dog’s coat in good condition by removing loose hair and preventing hair mats/knots. Brushing also helps to distribute healthy natural skin oils over the hair shaft, promoting a shiny coat and helping dirt to slide off the hair. This can also help to reduce the need to bath and therefore reduce the frequency of bathing.
Brushing and grooming are activities that help to strengthen the positive relationship bond between dogs and their owners. Brushing should be a pleasant and comfortable experience for dogs and owner.
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