Moving To A Warm Climate? 3 Services A Pet Groomer Can Provide For Your Dog

Hi there, my name is Burt Wilson. If you are a lizard enthusiast like me, you know that your reptiles are as important to you as the friendliest and fluffiest puppy or kitten. However, while we are mammals, our scaled kindred spirits have a different biology that requires special attention. I feel like most reptile homes aren't perfect for reptiles, so I decided to create this website to correct many misconceptions about owning them. But I also have a passion for literally any other type of pet and have kept all of them. While you will be learning primarily about reptiles, you will sometimes see articles covering all sorts of other critters.

Moving To A Warm Climate? 3 Services A Pet Groomer Can Provide For Your Dog

Moving To A Warm Climate? 3 Services A Pet Groomer Can Provide For Your Dog

24 April 2017
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Pets & Animals, Blog


Visiting a dog groomer shortly after moving can be a necessity when you're going to be living in a new climate. While you may already be prepared with new clothing for the warmer temperatures at your new home, you need to keep in mind that you'll have to make some changes for your dog as well. Rather than take care of grooming entirely on your own, consider the following reasons why visiting a groomer should be one of the first things you do after settling into your new home.

Remove Any Matted Fur

If your dog has any matted fur, it's important that you get it removed right away. Not only can matted fur look bad, it can also lead to your dog feeling much hotter than usual. Matted fur can often occur where their joints bend, such as in their armpits or under their stomach, making it a smart idea to get these areas trimmed so that matted fur doesn't lead to your dog being too warm.

Get Rid of Excess Hair

Along with checking for any matted fur, visiting a dog groomer can also be a good idea for simply trimming their fur. If your dog has medium to long hair, you're likely going to need to get some of their fur trimmed after moving since you don't want to have issues with their hair making them uncomfortable. You'll likely want to get the hair all over their body trimmed, making it a good idea to schedule a haircut as soon as soon as you can so that your dog doesn't get overheated when heading outside when it's warm.

Advice for the Ideal Haircut

Along with making sure of their fur is trimmed, you'll want to prioritize getting a good haircut. Since you'll be bringing your dog to local dog parks and meeting new people, you'll probably want your dog looking their best. This will be much easier when you visit a groomer and ask for their professional advice about haircuts. When you live in a warmer climate, the groomer will likely have good information regarding popular haircuts and what will be well suited for your dog's breed and the typical summer temperature outside.

Taking your time getting an understanding of how your dog's hair should be can help you and your dog feel comfortable after moving. With the above tips, your dog will be comfortable, despite how warm it gets their new home. For more grooming tips and heath-related advice for your dog, visit the Spring Hill Veterinary Clinic.

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Hi there, my name is Burt Wilson. If you are a lizard enthusiast like me, you know that your reptiles are as important to you as the friendliest and fluffiest puppy or kitten. However, while we are mammals, our scaled kindred spirits have a different biology that requires special attention. I feel like most reptile homes aren't perfect for reptiles, so I decided to create this website to correct many misconceptions about owning them. But I also have a passion for literally any other type of pet and have kept all of them. While you will be learning primarily about reptiles, you will sometimes see articles covering all sorts of other critters.

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