Client Question: Why are Pet Grooming Services Important?

March 27, 2017 in Pet Grooming By Gregg Docktor

Once you complete your study and become a Professional certified Pet Groomer, you will be exposed to a world of pets that need your grooming services. But a number of pet owners do not understand the complete benefits of pet grooming services. They may think that their pet only needs their nails clipped or another singular service, so it is important to spread the knowledge that you have learned in school to your customers who care for the lives of their pets. Pet grooming services are so much more than just a haircut; they are beneficial to the health of our furry friends!

Hair Cuts for Health Care

Some breeds of dogs have hair that grows continuously and needs to be cut at the very least every few months. Without a cut, this continuously growing fur can create mats that can be a breeding ground for infectious agents on a dog’s skin. Additionally, allowing for mats of hair to form will create pain for the pet when a cut finally does occur. Lastly, a nice professional haircut always makes a pet look much more presentable and well-taken care of.

The Benefits of Nail Care

Pet grooming services include nail care because it is important to clip a pet’s nails frequently. If they are neglected and grow out too long, they are at risk for getting caught in flooring or breaking, causing pain to the animal. Additionally, frequent clipping allows for the quick (a soft nerve-filled cuticle within the hard coating of the nail) to recede and allow for shorter nails. Lastly, allowing professionals to trim a pet’s nails ensures the safety of the pet as an expert pet groomer will know how to handle a pet carefully and safely.

Early Detection of Something Wrong

During classes at Merryfield Pet Grooming School, students are required to research and learn about the anatomy of pets. This will allow them when they become pet grooming professionals, to accurately identify if skin conditions or other medical issues are affecting a pet. Although pet grooming professionals are not veterinarians or provide any medical care, they are experts in pet beauty and are able to recognize pet behaviors and conditions. This means that a client that has a pet that is often groomed is more likely to be nClient Question: Why are Pet Grooming Services Important?otified of a pet’s health problems before they can be mended. Early detection can save pet lives, and much of pet disease early detection happens in the pet grooming industry.

The Removal of Unwanted Dead Skin Cells

When a pet’s coat is healthy, it is a sign of good health. Pet grooming services include bathing, combing, and brushing; all which work to remove dead skin cells from a dog’s coat. Frequent grooming and removal of this dead skin allow for better circulation, resulting in better health for pets along with a beautiful shiny coat.

Want to be a Professional that Provides Pet Grooming Services?

Do you love pets? Do you wish to own a business or work in the pet industry? Pet grooming services may be a path you wish to embark upon! The Merryfield School of Pet Grooming, located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida can get you on your way to a new and exciting career in pet grooming. We are the only pet grooming school in the United States that is nationally accredited; meaning that we provide federal financial funding to students that qualify! Want to learn more about our school and what you will learn in class? Check out our website for additional information! Have any questions about our school or the pet grooming industry? Call us today so that an informative member of our staff can get you the information that you need at (954) 771-4030.

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