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It is important to introduce your puppy to grooming the right way, and a puppy intro does just this, with lots of comfort and cuddles ofcourse.
If you wait too long to begin the grooming sessions, your puppy may not be agreeable to it later on, especially when it comes to nail clipping.
Our puppy intros includes, pre health assessment, a warm double shampoo wash with special puppy shampoo, a super soft gentle dry to introduce them to the new sounds and sensations, nails trimmed, face trimmed and feet tidied.
Ideally a puppy introduction should be done as soon as the puppy has had their jabs and are able to go on walks, rather than when they need their first full hair cut as this can be very overwhelming for a puppy that isn’t used to receiving a groom.
This is especially important for long-haired and thick coated dogs, which require more intense grooming sessions as compared to short-haired dogs. It takes more time to brush their fur and they need to get used to staying still for this starting at an early age. That is not to say dogs with short, clipped fur do not require grooming, they do.
You can begin grooming a puppy when they are as young as three weeks old. Experienced breeders will even begin acquainting their puppies with grooming before they go to their new homes so that by the time they are picked up by their owners, they are already used to it.
Another benefit of grooming is that it allows you to check your dog for any abnormalities. This includes skin problems such as ticks, fleas and dry patches, or issues with their nails, teeth, ears, and eyes such as infection or inflammation. When found at an early stage, these problems can be treated right away, before they have a chance to become more serious.
Simply put, Grooming helps keep your dog happy and healthy, gives you and your dog a time that is set aside just for the two of you,
So don’t delay, start grooming your puppy early!