Dayton Dog Trainer has many excellent partners in the dog grooming and dog groomers industry, around Dayton, Ohio and Surrounding Areas.
Every dog, regardless of breed, size, age or coat type as well as condition, needs to be groomed on a regular basis. Our caring, professional staff at Dayton Dog Trainer are available when you need them and provide an array of dog services including, dog grooming, ear cleaning, nail trimming, anal sack draining, to make sure your dog or puppy is happy, healthy as well as looks great and feels great!
Professional Service, and a Staff that Cares!
At Dayton Dog Trainer, you’ll find the most caring professionals in the dog grooming industry. We are pet owners who love animals and, like you, want the very best for our pets. While most professional dog grooming services are tailored to dogs … some cats, especially those with long hair, may need professional feline grooming in addition to the care you provide at home. Dayton Dog Trainer can also assist you with setting up an appointment for dog grooming or cat grooming.
Dog Grooming Services
Regular dog grooming can prevent problems, such as excessive shedding, skin disorders, paw disorders, painful foot and toe pads, hair mats or matting, bad breath, gum disease, mouth disease rotting or decaying teeth known as tooth cavities … as well as assisting you with identifying several other problems or issues that may go unnoticed, without the proper attention dog grooming brings to your dogs. At Dayton Dog Trainer, we absolutely love dogs, and we are certain that your canine companion will leave one of our dog grooming salon partners … happy, healthy, looking and feeling great!
Dayton Dog Trainer can save you time and money, as well as make you and your dog happy, with the final result our partners in the dog grooming industry are able to provide. Choose from an individual dog grooming service or purchase an entire dog grooming package to cover all your dogs grooming needs.
Frequent dog grooming visits with regular hair cuts are even more important for dog, than for humans. Long hair breeds tend to retain dirt and bacteria and is more prone to matting. Some breeds require little to no hair clipping or shaving … but others will require dog grooming on a monthly basis. Dayton Dog Trainer’s dog grooming partners can help you determine the schedule that is most appropriate for your dog. Contact us today to setup a dog grooming appointment.
Regular dog grooming visits with bathing, keeps your dog’s skin healthy and their coat clean and shiny. It also helps to remove loose hair and keeps your dog or puppy (and your house) smelling fresh. Whether your making a visit to a dog grooming company or not, dogs should have their hair / fur brushed thoroughly before bathing … and shampoo’s that are specially designed for dogs should be used. These shampoos can be purchased at any dog grooming facility as most dog grooming facilities offer professional dog care products. The pH level in human shampoo can be harmful to your dog and should not be used. Contact us to setup an appointment for a dog grooming visit.
Brushing your dog’s fur, helps to reduce shedding … stimulates circulation and prevents parasites such as fleas and ticks. Regular dog grooming can also prevent painful fur matting. If you encounter a clump of matted fur, use a mat comb or rake to gently loosen the fur. Please note that different coat types, require different tools, all available through our online store or at our dog grooming partners’ shop. All dog grooming companies offer hair brushing as part of their most basic of dog grooming services.
Another reason to visit your local dog grooming facility it to have your dog’s nails trimmed. Dogs need to have their nails trimmed regularly. It’s more than just for show … overgrown nails can:
- cause a dog’s foot to splay which can lead to gait and posture problems or even lameness
- grow into a dog’s tender pad and become infected
- split, break or be torn off all together
- cause damage to a person’s clothing and skin as well as furniture, carpets, etc.
The ears of a dog are very sensitive and susceptible to infection, excessive wax buildup and parasite infestation. A gentle cleaning with the proper products will eliminate most problems or issues … but, if constant itching, scratching or odor persists, you should see a veterinarian. Most dog grooming facilities will offer dog ear cleaning as part of a dog grooming package or separate dog grooming service.
Just like humans, dogs need their teeth brushed every day. Besides freshening their breath, it reduces tartar and helps prevent periodontal disease. Using a toothbrush and toothpaste specially designed for dogs, will provide the best results as well as being the safest for your canine companion. For chronic problems, you should consult your veterinarian. Teeth brushing is another dog grooming service offered by most dog grooming facilities.