Dog Grooming for Your Pup
Proudly Serving Buffalo, NY
Get the style your pooch is looking for at Love Your Dog. Our exceptionally talented groomers do all styles from comfortable, low-maintenance looks to show-ready, fabulous styles. We are up to date on advanced techniques and products suited for different skin and coat types. Also, we apply training techniques and positive reinforcement to ensure that your dog’s experience is a positive one.
We pride ourselves on hard-to-handle/behavioral/training grooms. We work with dogs who need extra love to get through the grooming process.
Did you know? Besides improving your dog’s overall appearance, grooming also helps maintain your dog's health. Come to us to keep your furry friend looking and feeling his or her best all year long.
Our Dog Grooming Services
- Haircuts - To prevent tangles and matting, regular baths and brushing are necessary. Matting can pull at the hair and skin of your pup and cause bacterial infections and pain. Baths also help reduce shedding and keep your dog smelling fresh and clean.
- Nail Trimming - It is important to cut your dog’s nails when they begin to grow out. When you can hear the clicking sound against your floor, this may be an indication that it is time to have your dog’s nails trimmed. Overgrown nails cause discomfort to the overall body and can lead to health concerns.
- Ear Cleaning - We can properly clean out your dog’s ears. Healthy ears are a pale color, cool to touch, and odor-free.
- Teeth Brushing - Proper oral health is important for dogs. Just like with humans, plaque and bacteria can form on a dog’s teeth due to their food. This can harden into tartar, turning into gingivitis and tooth loss.
Call us today to schedule an appointment for your pet with our groomers.
Add a tooth brushing to any spa appointment – at any time!
Home Hygiene & Dog Grooming Tips
It is certainly beneficial for owners to learn good hygiene and grooming habits in order to keep their dogs looking sharp and feeling good in between visits to the groomer. Here are some tips!
Have the Right Tools
There are a variety of tools you should invest in when it comes to grooming. Nail trimmers, slicker brush, styptic powder, toothbrushes, wide/fine-tooth combs, and dog shampoo are some must-have items for home grooming and hygiene.
Use the Right Brush
Depending on your dog’s coat, certain brushes may work better than others. Brush your dog daily. Brush your dog every other day to remove dirt and debris, prevent matting, and control shedding. Ask us for any direction you feel you may need on proper brushing at home!
Have a Doggie Toothbrush
Purchase a dog-specific toothbrush along with some dog-friendly toothpaste and brush your dog’s teeth a few times a week to help remove plaque and tartar. You will want to take good care of your dog's teeth as dental problems can lead to other more serious issues.