If your dog’s nails get too long they can split or break, which is painful and sometimes results in infection. Long nails can also cause an irregular gait that leads to skeletal damage.
Your dogs nails are checked and trimmed, if required, on each grooming visit.
I carry out proper ear care for your loyal companion by cleaning their ears and removing any excess wax and hair on each visit.
I will also check for any obvious signs of ear mites or any other infection. Ear mites feed on epidermal debris and ear wax, causing inflamation which the body reacts to by causing more ear wax. Regular cleaning reduces the risk of ear mites.
If your dog is persistently scratching their ears or shaking their head you should seek advice from your vet, who will treat them accordingly.