San Diego Mobile Pet Grooming Blog
There are lots of reasons dog parents call mobile pet groomers. Sure, it is convenient, dogs love it,
and the dogs look fabulous after a grooming appointment. But there are other reasons as well.
Let’s face it. Washing a dog is not as easy as it ought to be. After all, it’s just you, the dog, a little soap and some water. How hard can it be? The fact is, dog baths at home aren't always an easy or pleasant task—for you or the dog. And sometimes it just goes wrong.
Even Water Loving Dogs Sometimes Hate Baths
There are a multitude of reasons why a dog could hate a bath, like the temperature of the water, the noises of being sprayed, or just feeling tied town. All of these could cause the dog to become afraid or uncomfortable—and determined to make the job difficult.
Washing a Dog At Home is Smelly
Oh, yeah. The wet dog smell. Enough said.
Washing a Dog is a Very Wet Project
Washing the dog at home pretty much assures that you and everything else will get much wetter than the dog. This is because the dog has to escape at least twice and turn the house into a water park in the process.
You Can Build New A Dog With The Fur
One quick shake from Fido sends more than just water everywhere. It also launches a blanket of dog hair from your home to Timbuktu. Once you finally get all the fur vacuumed up, it's time for the next bath.
They Un-Do the Work as Soon as Possible
There is just something about an at home bath that causes dogs to run crazy wild right after and head right for the dirt for a celebratory roll.
*Sigh.* Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
It Always Takes Longer than You Expected
Between chasing down the reluctant bather to cleaning up the mess after the task, dog baths are a big project. No, we mean really big.
Grooming our dog is one of the essential tasks of dog ownership, but it does not have to be the messy and time-consuming project it often turns out to be. Contact us today and Awesome Doggies Mobile Pet Grooming service can turn bath time trauma into sudsy success, and in the end the mess goes away with us!
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