All dogs are in need of routine grooming no matter if they're the shortest of short hair pedigrees, have a wirehair coat, or sport long, sleek layers. Come visit us at Spoiled Rott'n Pets & Their People in Huntingdon, PA for all of your pooch grooming needs. You'll discover shampoos, brushes, coat conditioners, and medicated products on our counters that are formulated to keep your dog's fur and skin looking bright, clean, and healthy. Uncertain which solution is right for your pup? Give us a call and our expert team can guide you through the various selections that are offered, which ones are the best for your dog's kind or hair coat and the outcomes they produce. If you're short on time, call us, email, or shop the website and we'll have everything ready for you to go when you walk in the door.
The Importance of Selecting the Perfect Shampoo for Your Dog
You could be enticed to use human-grade shampoo on your dog for the sake of convenience. The challenge is, human-grade shampoo isn't made for use on anything other than your scalp and hair. Dogs have special hair and skin needs that require shampoos and conditioners with particular formulations such as dry skin relief, insect-repelling properties, or even dry coat cleaners for the times when you can't give your dog a complete bath.
Take into consideration the fact your dog is highly likely to roll in the garbage, get into a tangle with a skunk, get fleas or ticks, get dry, itchy patches, and it quickly becomes evident why you have to have coat products that are designed to take on these complications. Human-grade shampoo won't have the appropriate components to de-scent, repair dryness, or eliminate unwanted hitchhikers. We at Spoiled Rott'n Pets & Their People sell a full variety of dog grooming products that satisfy your needs to keep your dog smelling great and looking good.
Use the Appropriate Brushes and Combs for Your Dog's Coat
Dog coats come in a variety of textures with hair follicles differing from pin straight to tight curls. Several dogs grow thick undercoats while others have nearly no undercoat at all. All coats call for using the right kind of brush to decrease pulling out healthy hair and avoid skin injury. Your dog may appreciate a good scratching with the brush, or they may be thin-skinned and require the lightest of touches. If you're unsure of what types of brushes are best for the job, don't hesitate to ask our experts at Spoiled Rott'n Pets & Their People in Huntingdon Stop in or give us a call at (814) 506-8061 number] to discuss the kind of coat and specific issues your dog has. We'll show you what brushes and combs are the greatest for your dog.