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Before The Spa

Taking your dog to a pet spa involves a bit more than just getting him into the car and then into the building. Most spas require at least a rabies vaccination once the dog reaches a certain age. You need to find out if there are any other restrictions or requirements before taking the dog to the spa.

Once you arrive at the pet spa in Plymouth MI, you can usually either leave the dog with the groomer or wait for the duration of the visit. Most spas have one person at each station who can work on dogs. There are also different stations that the dog might go to with someone different performing a specific job, such as clipping the nails or cleaning the ears. The way that you prepare the dog can impact how he reacts to the people who are grooming him. Be gentle with him, talking to him about the spa. He might not completely understand, but once he’s getting bathed and brushed, then he will begin to relax.

A tip would be to take your dog outside to get plenty of exercise. This will make the dog tired so that he will be a bit calmer on the day you go to the spa. Exercise can also relieve some of the stress that the dog has if he doesn’t like being around people or other dogs. When your dog is at the spa, play with his ears and his face. Reassure him that you’re still there and that he’s going to be treated well.

Try to brush the hair about a week before the appointment. It will help to remove any matted hair that might be present, making it easier for the groomer to wash your dog and brush him. Examine your dog for any skin irritations or other issues that the groomer needs to be aware of because there are medicated shampoos and topical medications that can be used for these problems. Make sure your dog uses the bathroom right before the appointment so that he will be comfortable while waiting and while being pampered.


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