Mobile Dog Grooming Services
Pet Grooming Onboard, At Your Door
Mobile Dog Grooming ServicesK9 Clips is a full service dog grooming facility. We only work on one pet at a time in our mobile grooming center, meaning your dog gets our full attention.
We offer our full line of pet care services in-house as well as at your location with our Mobile pet Grooming service. Our mobile service can come right to your home to groom and do a check on the health of your doggies!
Don’t let your furry friends risk their health, we can bridge that gap between vet visits and make sure all is well! We don’t JUST come give your dog a bath, from tooth brushing to toenail cutting, we take care of all parts of your dog!
Our full service pet grooming includes all of the following:
- Mobile full service dog grooming with curbside convenience
- Massaging bath with all natural shampoos and conditioners
- Haircut of your choice – breed specific or other
- Nail trimming
- Ear cleaning
- Tooth cleaning / check for tooth decay
- Medicated bath or flea bath if necessary
- Towel dry and warm air drying
- A general check over looking for any issues like fleas, ticks, infections, lumps, etc.
- The absolute best treatment for your dog, we treat every single animal we care for as if they’re our own.
We proudly use all natural and organic products that are proven to be safer for your pet and the environment in all pet grooming.
K9 Clips Mobile Pet Grooming
We Groom Dogs & Cats!
How Often Should Your Dog be Bathed?
Bathing your dog isn’t just good for their hygiene, it’s also an excellent chance to check for abnormal scratches, bumps, fleas and other abnormalities.
These things are easier to see when their hair is wet and flat against their body. Determining how often to bathe your furry friend comes down to a few different factors.
- Hair Length: This is pretty simple, it just comes down to long vs short hair. Long hair is a lot more apt to find and trap all kinds of dirt and debris. Short hair is going to be far less apt at picking things up, thus require less constant cleaning.
- Activity Level: Dogs that tend to stay indoors more tend to naturally be healthier. If your dog is outside digging holes, playing around in the dog park, or swimming, they’re going to get dirtier far faster.
- Allergies or Skin Conditions: Some dogs have allergies or other health issues that require more or less frequent bathing. If your good boy or girl has super sensitive skin, then you may need to look in less frequent baths with special shampoos. On the contrary some conditions require much more constant washing, it just comes down to your pets specific needs.
At a minimum, it’s advised to bathe your dog at least once every three months. You can wash your dog as frequently as every other week (with gentle shampoo, at that rate).
When in doubt, use your judgment — if your dog starts to smell, it’s probably time for a bath. Is it bad to bathe your dog every week? It can be.
Your dog needs natural oils produced by the skin to promote hair growth.
Plus over bathing can cause irritation and dryness, so you really don’t want to over do it.
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